Putting people down, criticizing, insulting, judging how someone looks or how much money they have, We have all done it. Even if just in our thoughts. It is a way to convince ourselves that we are acceptable or good enough or special or in someway better than we believe we are. We are filling a need of which most of us are completely unaware.
Early on in life, we are raised noticing our imperfections rather than Recognizing the ways in which we are already perfect. There is part of each one of us that has a need to prove to ourselves that we're okay. And this is the part that is criticizing others or finding them at fault or making them wrong or by making them bad.
It is such an innocent mechanism.
It is such an innocent mechanism. Yet it really has an unpleasant influence on our lives. This mechanism, comes from a time before having any personal power or definition of Self. One of the ways that creates this desire to judge is hearing the word "no". Young children hear the word "no" many, many thousands of times. One UCLA study shows that by the age of 1-year, a child hears the word "no" up to 400 times per day!!
Telling a child "no" is usually intended to keep the child safe or to keep an object safe from the child. Even though it is well-intended, it is heard differently than intended.
As a young child, when you were told "no" it meant far more than "no" means to you today. It was interpreted as: Who you are, is wrong. Not what you are doing is wrong, but who you are is wrong.
We attract more situations into our lives that confirm "Who you are, is wrong".
The seed of this idea gets planted in us repeatedly throughout early childhood. And as we grow, we attract more and more situations into our lives that confirm and validate that idea of "Who you are, is wrong". Then we find ourselves spending our adult years trying to fix what's wrong.
The influence on your life just from this tiny word, is enormous!! One way to seemingly soothe it is by making ourselves "better" than someone else through criticism, insults, judging etc. Often, we aren't aware of the behavior since the mechanism that caused it was developed very early on.
The good news is:
1. Being aware - is more that ½ way there. Awareness allows you to choose a different way of thinking to support you in changing this unpleasant, automatic response.
2. There's a cutting edge technique we can use to peel away the layers and layers of being wrong that have been programmed from childhood. It's called the Primary Triad. It was named Primary Triad because of the primary relationship between mother, father and infant. It is a powerful energy technique founded by Jo Dunning. The Primary Triad is being offered free on August 18th at 10 AM and 4 PM Pacific Time.
This process fills in the intended qualities we were supposed to receive from birth to age 7
- Knowing that you are unconditionally loved, supported and safe in the world.
- Healthy self-esteem and confidence.
- The ability to earn a living.
- The ability to be playful and spontaneous.
- Helps you attract healthy relationships into your life.
The workshop will only take 15 minutes of your time and it is offered online.
Do you know if anyone else who would benefit from having this process done?Please share.