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Conscious tools will not resolve an unconscious process.


When you have unresolved inner conflict, it often shows up as unwanted behaviour patterns. This can feel like you’re ‘at war’ with yourself.


Attempts to try to ‘work through’ these unwanted behaviours often fail because conscious tools (such as trying to change your thoughts from a negative to a positive) are used to try and resolve an unconscious process. 


And meanwhile, that annoying part of you that you don’t like or want  just keeps on showing up.


Do any of the below statements sound familiar?


“I keep putting myself down in front of my colleagues. I know it’s hurting my reputation at work, but I can’t seem to help myself.”


“Every time I sit down to write the ‘About’ section on my website I just go blank and all my inspiration dries up. I know how to write this way, I just can’t bear the thought of doing it for myself. ”


“I really want to enjoy this time with my family, but I just can’t shake the feeling of guilt that I’m not doing enough/not succeeding enough/not productive enough in my business.”


These are all statements I’ve heard from clients I’ve worked with over the years who have gone on to successfully (and peacefully!) heal their inner conflicting parts.


Fighting these internal battles depletes your vitality and disrupts your peace of mind. It also has a knock-on effect on your relationships, both personally and professionally.


What would it feel like instead, to have all that energy that’s tangled up in those internal conflicts available so that you can do the things you really want to do with your life?

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