Episode 082: Mother-Father Wounds: Transitioning the Pattern Paradigm

Have you ever stopped to think about the patterns you live with in your life and wonder why you do the things you do?  Those patterns had to come from somewhere, and more specifically, someone.

One of the difficulties we have in life is trying to wrap our minds around the significant experiences we had as a child and determining what those may have meant.  As humans we attempt to give meaning to everything and then create a story around it. In many cases this leads to reacting to similar situations a certain way throughout the rest of your life.

The problem with this is that if no work is done to break the patterns that don’t serve us, we are destined to not change and go through the motions.  If that’s for you, great. If not, you can change foundational thinking patterns starting today.

In this episode you’ll learn:

  • How at a young age you learned insecurity and uncertainty and how you’ve carried that into your adult life
  • That shame, guilt, and judgement had to take place to create the patterns in your life and how you may be reinforcing them on a daily basis 
  • The two things you can do today to bring truth into your life that can lead to a quick and profound impact moving forward

Links & Resources

The Successful Mind Podcast – Episode 035 – The J Curve