Most people live their daily life unaware that their FEAR is subconsciously affecting their routines and reaction patterns. Fear of not being good enough, left alone or left out. To change that facing fear is important, and that is a CHALLENGE for most, because it means looking at emotions that have been suppressed through life. Facing fear creates new AWARENESS and a more stable and positive daily life surrounded by family, friends and colleges, and the result is emotional wellbeing, thriving and a work-life balance with room for COURAGE to grow.
Step 1 focuses on how much time we spend in our mind and thoughts. When we work on self-realization, we become aware of how we are controlled by our thoughts trying to convince us, that we are not good enough, that others are better than us and that we have something to fear.
Step 2 opens to a new understanding of the emotions and their crucial role in making a NEW basis for working with oneself. This is a challenge, because it forces to put attention to feeling the emotions instead of “just” thinking about what is felt.
Step 3 creates room to balance thoughts and emotions through awareness. Subconsciously, a new platform is created where thoughts and emotions reach common ground. This creates a breakup previously characterized as control by the thoughts. In order for something new to emerge, space needs to be created, through a change that must occur within one’s being.
Step 4 illustrates the integration of body, thoughts and emotions, creating a platform for the authentic and brave individual to share thoughts and creative ideas that will influence not just the individual – but also partner, family and friends