Updated: Mar 25
Many people I work with often feel like there is a part of themselves that they would like to get rid of in order to be okay. I’ll hear them say, “If only I wasn’t anxious, then everything would be perfect.” Or, “If I wasn’t so lazy, then I would workout more at the gym.” Or, “If I had more confidence, then I would finally have friends and be happy.”
These intrusive thoughts and negative self-talk can just swirl in our mind in an endless spiral. And when we feel like the only way to resolve this unwanted part of us is to push it away, it’s as if we are dismissing some part of ourselves. These suppressed thoughts and feelings eventually lead to an overwhelming feeling of shame like there is something fundamentally wrong with us.
But when we go about it this way and dismiss a part of us, it doesn’t work very well or feel that good. We have to learn to embrace and welcome all parts of ourselves because we can trust that it has a deeply positive purpose for presenting in our life.
Core Transformation is a beautiful, respectful and profound process developed by Connirae Andreas, a master NLP trainer and practitioner. This gentle method offers a graceful way to change unwanted thoughts, feelings and habits, and achieve goals you thought unattainable.
Core Transformation can help us to find an underlying sense of well-being, even when life is at its worst. It is an experience of transforming rather than suppressing our intrusive thoughts and least-liked behaviors, by allowing them to move into their core state, like peace, oneness or wholeness.
This process taps into your unconscious mind and allows you to come back to your core state. It teaches you how to heal yourself on a mind, body and spirit level. It is a remembering of a place where your soul knows that everything presenting in your life is for your highest good.