Today I sat with tears streaming down my face. Not sobbing; not hysterical. Just tears streaming down my face. Tears from my inner child.
Do you deserve to be loved to the ends of the earth? Do you really believe that? If you don’t, maybe, like me, you have some limiting beliefs. Limiting beliefs that might be holding you back.
I am sharing something very personal with you now. I spent time today exploring my limiting belief and then creating a new belief. At first, I didn’t want to share my new belief with my own family or put on my vision board. My coach (the amazing Fi Feehan) challenged me on that “Don’t you want your girls to know that it’s important to love yourself?”. This then is me stepping into the arena – it’s recorded an hour after the coaching session in which we explored my limiting beliefs.
I might come across as confident and self-assured, however even a confidence coach needs to work on her confidence. The limiting beliefs session was painful but I knew I needed to get to the bottom of what was holding me back. My internal protector was strong and stubborn, and it took a while to figure it out. During the session, I could feel myself resisting. I knew I couldn’t say ‘it’ out loud. But eventually I did. And that is Fi’s very special talent – she is able to draw out of you what is hiding in the very furthest corners of your mind.
The Confident Mother video transcript – do you deserve to be loved to the ends of the earth?
Today I would like to talk to you about your limiting beliefs.
I am coming to you this morning fresh from a session with my own coach, where we explored my limiting beliefs. I felt there was something holding me back and I wasn’t quite sure what it was.
I wasn’t sure if it was to do with a fear of failure or maybe a fear of success or something else. I just couldn’t quite put my finger on it. But I knew … I knew there was something in there. So I spent some time this morning exploring my limiting beliefs.
And it was a tough session. I know I project myself as this confident, outgoing, self-assured woman with a logical, structured and organised approach to life. And all of that is true. I am all of that. I am an action taker. I will always encourage the women who work with me to take action but inside there is this scared child. That’s what Fi (Feehan) helped me to figure out today – to allow that child to say “I don’t feel like I’m good enough to be loved”. What I have come out with is that I now know (and accept) that I deserve to be loved to the ends of the earth.
I feel so amazing. So calm. I had tears earlier. But now I deserve to be loved to the ends of the earth. And actually that’s what I want for all the women who work with me too.
I share something very personal – how I worked on my own limiting beliefs this morning and now I truly do believe that I deserve to be loved to the ends of the earth. What about you?
If you’re stuck feeling overwhelmed or unsure about what you really want, or feel like something’s holding you back, don’t stay that way – let’s have a conversation about what’s working, what’s not working and if that’s confidence related … book in here.
(And I didn’t realise the dog can be seen in the background! We’re dogsitting right now).