Which one are you listening to? 🧐
A vital part of work I do with EVERY ONE of my clients when they start working with me in my 1:1 package or the Intensive sessions is re-evaluating their inner self-talk 🗣
Searching for both their inner critic and inner mentor. This incredibly juicy exercise really helps us build both confidence and self-esteem and brings that inner critic into the third person rather than always believing it’s ‘ourselves’.
The inner critic (ego) is within all of us, it will never go away so we have to become savvy with how we respond to it!
Your inner critic has lots of different so-called ‘qualities’ but here are a few you might resonate with:
👉🏻 Harsh, rude, and mean
👉🏻 Very black and white
👉🏻 The voice of ‘reason’ / you aren’t ready yet
👉🏻 The broken record thoughts
👉🏻 Irrational but persistent
It’s really important we don’t make our inner critic the enemy, but we give it reassurance, love, and address it.
There are many ways we can do this but one of the ways is to be able to create a character for your inner critic. 🧟♀️🧟🧟♂️
👉🏻 What does this character look like?
👉🏻 What are 5 adjectives that describe your inner critic’s personality?
👉🏻 What’s its name?
(Mine is called Tracey ps. 🙋🏼♀️)
The more we create our ‘inner critic’ into a third person, who is detached from ourselves the easier it is to question it when it arrives.
Start calling the voice by its name when it shows up and start to question its motives…
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