Have you ever felt like a failure, struggling with life and feeling lost in your own identity? You’re not alone. Many of us have felt this way at some point in our lives.
The good news? The good news is that it’s never too late to change.
This is exactly what happened to *Susan (name changed), who was feeling down and defeated, until she met me during a virtual event and I showed her how to transform her identity.
The biggest driving force in our lives is our identity, and it can be transformed through peaceful surrender and becoming a peaceful servant leader. Our words and thoughts have a powerful impact on our identity, and if we constantly tell ourselves that we’re not good enough, or that we’ll never change.
However, if we choose to focus on the positive and believe in ourselves, we can create a new identity that aligns with our goals and aspirations.
When Susan met me I helped her transform her identity, and encouraged her to let out all her emotions and feelings, even if it meant crying or using harsh words. After three minutes of releasing her negative feelings, I asked her to identify who she really was and what she wanted in life.
Susan came up with three adjectives:
I then anchored these feelings by asking Susan to remember a time when she felt peaceful and to bring that feeling to the forefront of her mind. I asked her to increase the intensity of the peaceful feeling until it was a 10, and then repeated this process with the feeling of confidence.
In just 10 minutes, Susan was transformed from a crying, defeated person to a confident and peaceful soul. She was able to look in the mirror and see herself as “Susan the pretty one.”
In just four days, she was a changed person, all because she chose to transform her identity. I was able to witness this.
In conclusion, our identity is the biggest driving force in our lives, and we have the power to transform it. By becoming a peaceful warrior and focusing on our positive attributes, we can change our thoughts and beliefs and create a new, confident and fulfilling identity. So, take a look in the mirror and ask yourself, who do you want to become? The choice is yours.