SYO104 Flashback – How To Silence Your Inner Critic

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So tell me, have you got voices in your head? Maybe there’s someone in there telling you you’re not good enough, you’ll never be able to do that, your butt looks huge in that, who do you think you are to be... blah blah blah!

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Sound familiar? We’ve all got this voice in our head, unless we’ve done a lot of work to silence it.

Sometimes we’re aware of what the inner critic is saying, because we hear it all the time. And sometimes, even more insidiously, we have programming going on that is unconscious. 

We may not be aware of a specific message, but this subconscious conditioning can erode our self-esteem and hinder us from going for the things we want, or succeeding, or even being happy.

Either way, conscious or unconscious, we need to become aware of the self-talk that is going on, or it will sabotage us for the rest of our days!

So today we’re looking at how we can free ourselves of this inner critic and get some relief!

In this episode:

  • Where your inner critic came from.
  • How hangups and blockages are created.
  • Two practices that reveal the contents of your mind to you.
  • How to replace negative self-talk with positive talk that serves us.

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