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Transforming Your Inner Critic
In this webinar you will learn……

* what holds us back from living the lives we want to be leading
* how we can be kinder to ourselves
* how to improve your self awareness and your emotional intelligence

The self attacking voice in our heads is known as the “inner critic” and it can be loud and harsh. This inner critical voice has been with us since very early in our lives. For many of us, it is our constant companion commenting on everything we are doing and thinking about and it can be very hard on us.

Research has shown that people with strong inner critics are more prone to stress, anxiety and depression. Our inner critic is just using habitual language learnt in childhood - the way our parents, teachers and others spoke to us.

The more we identify with the inner critic, the more we stay in a state of helplessness and disempowerment. Through slowing down, allowing, tuning into our bodies and really starting to listen, we can get more in touch with what really matters to us in our lives and then we start to make different choices and have more clarity when things aren’t going the way we hoped. The path to empowerment and really creating the life we want is through self compassion.

When we can be better friends to ourselves, we can be better parents, lovers, children, friends, neighbours, colleagues and citizens. A compassionate world is created by compassionate people and it starts with our relationship to ourselves.

In this webinar, we will be demonstrating a simple process for transforming your inner critic into your inner best friend. Then, rather than carrying a voice around who's always laying into you, you can have a voice inside your head who's supportive and encouraging and who helps you to be the best version of yourself.

Sep 27, 2019 11:00 AM in Brisbane

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