IDENTITY & SELF
"A self-concept is what I think about yourself. Your might think: I'm a top-performer, a compassionate person, an intelligent person, or a person who gives, learns, and evolves.
In Positive Psychology we call this your identity and it cascades its way down through beliefs, capabilities, behaviors, and your environment.
Having a well-formed self-concept is important and useful, but this sense of being is a direct experience of my presence, not an idea or belief about who I am. Rather than being self-conscious, this state is one of simply being my authentic self.
You can imagine how much of an impact internal work has an influence on your world... and then everyone else's world!"
Dr. Connirae Andreas
Your Self-Concept Is Made Of...
Your self-concept is a set of processes that creates a sort of map of yourself. This map works a bit like a travel agent, helping you get where you want to go, and have the kind of experiences that you want to have. Your self-concept is made of experiences, which are selected from all the experiences you have had, and then assembled into a particular form. Since you can select and assemble your experiences in many different ways, you have immense freedom to modify your self-concept to make it more effective.
Ideally, your self-concept is aligned with your values, and when it is, you can feel good about that, which is usually called positive self-esteem. You value many different kinds of experiences, and for many different reasons, so it is helpful to be able to prioritize your values in a general hierarchy that indicates which values are usually more important to you. That way you can spend more time in experiences that are valuable to you, and not waste too much of your life on things that are not important.
Are you overly critical of your behavior when you make small mistakes?
Do you experience a lot of inner conflicts?
Do you often think "I am not good enough"?
Is it difficult to accept yourself unless you are “perfect”?
Do you think of yourself as better than other people and look down on others?
Do you think of yourself as inferior to others, and look up to others?
Do you lack a sense of who you are?
How Core Transformation® Can Help You?
The Core Transformation® process by Andreas NLP is incredibly effective in helping people overcome their most painful issues. Most people significantly move toward one or more of the following results each time they apply this gentle transformative process.
As this process aligns with your higher Core Self, it will impact positively all areas of your life. While going through this process, you will gain new choices in many areas of your life, for example:
Becoming more and more the person you want to be
Enough security to be open to feedback
Sense of equality with others
Sense of identity
More wholeness and balance
Being affirming of yourself without needing to compete
Being comfortable around people
Being aware of your own resources
Being able to forgive yourself for mistakes and limitations, while learning from them
Expressing more compassion and kindness toward yourself
Based on Core Transformation: Reaching the Wellspring Within by Connirae and Tamara Andreas
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