Sabotages are by definition things that we do that either stop, slow or damage our progress. When we apply this to our life, sabotages can have serious consequences.
The things we end up doing can include, but not limit to
put us in physical or emotional danger,
stop us from reaching our goals, even if we really want them,
create some crazy mind game obstacles we need to push through, jump over, maneuver around not only wasting time and energy, but tests our commitment and belief.
undermine our self esteem, challenge our self worth, question our commitment to a future self we dream of but have no idea how to create.
We really can feel we are drowning, unheard and unseen in our own pain, choices, and fear.
You might be familiar with some of these actions?
not believing in ourselves - imposter syndrome
unhealthy/unsupportive habits - drinking, lack of sleep, poor dietary habits
Not taking prescribed and supportive supplements
quitting too soon
putting others first, before your needs, including poor boundaries
lack of self care
not being honest with yourself
take on too many activities and distractions
Naturally, you may use one or more of these actions to sabotage your progress. Take heart, you are not alone, but, they are not doing you any favors.
But why do we have them? I think this is one of the most frustrating part of sabotages - we are not consciously aware of them, why we use them so quickly and how to even shift them, for GOOD!
These are the very things we are going to explore in the Sabotage - Friend of Foe Challenge.
We will look at Sabotages through the lenses of
Curiosity. Not only did it kill the (sabotage cat), but asks you to step up.
Awareness is always the first step- what shapes, sizes and why do they show up in your life
Understanding and so you develop self compassion - why do we have them and how we can use them to our advantage
Healing, letting go and transforming - work through the core reasons why you developed the sabotages in the first place and see your life blossom.
The world always was and still is your oyster. Imagine how many pearls you can now gather up after you have removed the shell, the muck and barriers that have been consistently irritating you. Not only is your world your oyster, but you can now harvest the riches you have been hiding away.
Who is this for?
That is easy!! This short, yet profound program, is for you if you:
have had enough of getting in your way and choose to move ahead
want to Reclaim parts of yourself that have been hiding and scared for all these years
feel inadequate, inferior, "not enough of '.....', and want to feel confident, content, at peace and capable again.
are bored, frustrated, stale from not playing, having fun, achieving your goals and celebrating the wins. Who said 'growing up had to become stale, painful and boring!!!?" Who ever you listened to got it wrong. As we become more experienced in life, we are able to play easier, lighter and more on target because we know what we want and enjoy.
are ready to own your life, and create it in a way that means something to you!
Click the registration button below. You will be added to the challenge' mailing list and be part of the Sabotage - Friend or Foe Program. Three days packed with information and a most powerful transformation session that will help you to blast, heal and replace the parts that have been hiding out and hurt for all these years.
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