How you see yourself and what you think you are worth can change very quickly.
You have 2 self-images.
You have an outside image which is how you walk, talk, eat, dress, and speak. This is how the outside world sees you.
You have an inner self-image that is all about how you see yourself.
This is the part of you that questions everything you do, whether you are worthy of having that thing you want or not, and ultimately holds you back from achieving what you truly desire.
One of my most adored quotes by Bob Proctor is
“It is not who you are that holds you back, it is who you think you are not.”
Your self-critic, that one that says you are not good, don’t have time, will do that when the children have finished school, can’t afford that, you have got to be kidding you don’t deserve that, and so on.
Your self-worth affects absolutely everything including how you live, the relationships you have, the money you earn, and potentially everything within your life.
If you don’t feel worthy of having it all, you won’t allow yourself to have it.
So, what do you want and what are you going to allow yourself to have whatever you want?
From the moment you are conceived the DNA from your parents starts to program who you will become. When you are born the people around you influence you every day including your environment.
When you are an adult, you have been programmed with all the positivity and negativity you possess today. It is no one’s fault how good or bad you are with those things but you have a choice as to whether you continue to have those thoughts.
So if there is anything you want to change about yourself, the good news is, that you can. You just need to DECIDE you want to make the change.
Remember when you were at school learning your time’s tables and it was repetition every day to learn them? Well, you have been programmed through the repetition of your childhood.
You can unlearn those habits that don’t serve you and create thoughts that do serve you.
Starting with your self-worth and self-confidence.
Write down a list of things that you are grateful for and write out a list of I am’s every day.
Start with some “I am’s” affirmations, like:
- I am worthy of all that I desire
- I am confident
- I am enough
- I am incredible
By starting this process of writing out what you are worthy of you will start to believe with repetition because writing causes you to imagine and when you imagine you create images within your mind.
Those images can be of whatever you want to create within your life.
Create a worthy you, deserving of all that you want.