The "Emotional Mindset" path helps participants to close the Performance Gap that people experience in their work and improve their decision-making processes. Underperforming decisions in most cases are not due to lack of skills, but to internal inhibitory brakes that interfere with rational thinking. We know that we have to or want to do one thing, but then we don't do it or we do another.
How many times have we looked back and realised that we have made wrong decisions. In most cases we regret not listening to our internal voice, but conforming to external models proposed by others, or bent under the pressure of their approval and expectations.
Overwhelmed by the fear of being marginalized or disapproved of, we felt guilty and preferred, in order to alleviate the anxiety of the future, to succumb to the pressure of others, in fact passing the responsibility of our decision on to them.
We often regret that we gave up listening to our instincts. That we have not honoured our authenticity. That we have not embraced choices more in line with our values, fully living our deepest and most genuine aspirations with serenity of spirit.
From a deeper analysis we vaguely realize that something has prevented us and prevents us from being authentic, succumbing to guilt and the need for approval of others. This is the effect of our emotional wounds. The beliefs that sustain them interfere daily in our decision-making processes.
Our wounds affect our private and professional lives and prevent us from expressing who we are. They block us in the growth of our careers and in achieving happiness and success. Our wounds correspond to the lessons we have come to learn in this life. Unconsciously as children we face these sufferings by creating compensatory strategies.
As adults, sooner or later, we realize that these strategies are dysfunctional and an obstacle to our progress, but we can decide to face them by starting a path of conscious personal and professional growth.
This work can be done in many ways: yoga practices, meditation, Bach flowers, prayers, chakra work, ayurveda, etc..
Personally I prefer to face fear and pain directly by looking them in the face. For this reason my preference goes to methods that are direct to the root of the problem: our identification with our thoughts and beliefs. That's why it's called our identity.
Our identity is a rigid tool that allows us to function temporarily in a more or less functional way in a given context.
But external reality is a constantly changing constant flow and affects our context unbeknownst to us, making it to some extent, sooner or later, our working tool dysfunctional and in need of calibration.
When the level of dysfunctionality becomes very high, suffering appears. A friendly signal that forces us through pain to be careful.
I realized many years ago that our life experience depends entirely on our belief system. Both from the point of view of the meanings we give to circumstances and from the point of view of the emotions they provoke.
I spent many years studying beliefs and understanding how to transform their power, using it to my advantage. The content of this course will help you in this transformation.
This work lasts a lifetime. Even if the weeds continue to grow, it will be easier to eliminate them every year and they will grow less and less. The garden will be more and more beautiful and well-kept. With practice this cleaning will become easier and more fun.