We continue the series of self-paced videos within Module One - Uncovering Your True Self and Purpose - with Core Beliefs.
We're going to cover:
- What are core beliefs and how do they impact you
- How core beliefs look like
- How to identify unhealthy and limiting beliefs
- What to be aware of when it comes to beliefs
- Action: Identify your personal beliefs with 3 simple questions
Some takeaways from the video
What Is a Personal Belief
Core Beliefs look like this:
Core Beliefs mean:
- Ideas that you hold as being true, as unshakeable facts of life.
- The assumptions you make about yourself, others, and the world.
- Statements that are positive or negative, healthy or unhealthy.
- Perceived truths coming from own experience, norms, and others’ beliefs.
- What is part of your internal dialogue and can be inherited.
What to be mindful of
- Beliefs sit with you until you accept them as true and adopt them.
- Know your beliefs, so you change them and change your whole life.
- Once you accept a belief, you will defend it up till the end.
- No one is sheltered from having core beliefs.
- If you get sucked into certain beliefs, you might lose perspective.
How to Identify Limiting Beliefs
Limiting beliefs have >3 “NOs” when asking:
- Is your belief ALWAYS true?
- Does it enable you to achieve your goals & objectives?
- Does it enable you to resolve conflicts & avoid mistakes?
- Does it enable you to feel like you want to feel?
- Does it protect you & your well-being?
Identify Specific Core Beliefs with 3 Questions
How to identify specific core beliefs
1. What do you tell yourself about yourself on that topic?
2. What do you tell yourself about yourself on that topic?
3. What do you tell yourself about the topic itself?
“Your beliefs become your thoughts.
Your thoughts become your words.
Your words become your actions.
Your actions become your habits.
Your habits become your values.
Your values become your destiny.” - Mahatma Gandhi