Getting Past The Inner Critic
Defeating the predator that devours our dreams
When: Coming Spring 2017!
Time: 5:30 pm Pacific, 6:30 pm Mountain, 7:30 pm Central, 8:30 pm Eastern
Where: In the comfort of your own home, on your phone
Cost: $99 for all 3 of the 90-minute classes
This class specifically addresses the ways the inner critic keeps us from living our personal power of power-from-within.
What you will get from this class:
- Multiple tools to get past the critic’s lies
- Opportunity to explore the critic in safety and with compassion for yourself
- Radical and helpful perspectives for new ways of thinking
- To get to know yourself better
With humor, compassion, understanding, honesty, playfulness, depth, and heart we will explore together how we can see through the illusions of the critic. I will share with you what I have learned from over 14 years of being a personal life coach for brave ones who have daringly faced their inner predators.
Who is this class for?
People in transition, those feeling overwhelmed, with dreams that can’t seem to get traction, with high standards and endless to-do lists, who are exhausted and can’t find a way to get self-care on their schedules, daring ones who are up to big things and must constantly wrestle with their inner gremlins, those of us who compare ourselves to others and always come up short, writers, artists, homemakers, dreamers and doers, the full range of women and men in process with our inner and outer lives.
Alien menace, inner critic, saboteur, predator that devours our dreams, the gremlin, resistance, edge figure, the judge….
What we call it doesn’t matter. The impact is has on us does.
Every single one of us has an inner voice that haunts us, that repeatedly tells us how awful we are and how not good enough we are now or ever will be. This dastardly inner tormentor’s job is to hold us back, to keep us playing small, and, in no uncertain terms, to keep us from following our big dreams.
You’re not good enough.
Who would want you?
You’re too much: too loud, too fat, too out there, too stupid.
You’re not enough: not smart enough, not pretty enough, not capable enough.
Who do you think you are?
Why bother? You’ve tried this before and you couldn’t do it.
If you can’t do it perfectly you better not do it.
Keep quiet, play it safe, and you won’t get found out for the fraud that you are.
Work harder, clean more, take care of others – this is all you might be good for.
Are any of these nasty messages sounding familiar? The storyteller Clarissa Pinkola Estes calls this inner voice the predator that devours our dreams. Whether you call it the predator, the inner critic, the judge, the gremlin, the saboteur or something similar, its purpose is the same: it acts to keep us from stretching and growing and following our dreams, our desires, and our grand plans.
The nasty and oh-so-devious inner critic that preys on all humans is such a menace, what if it’s an extraterrestrial plot to keep us from our full power? Join the resistance! Join me in naming this plot and taking action now to fight back!
Class size is limited so contact me right away. firstname.lastname@example.org or 970-353-5535.
We’re not giving in to the critic’s illusions!