The 1st Key Step for ALL Mother Whisperer Daughters

By Val Boyko • October 17th, 2010

woman asking who am I?Where do you start the journey as a Mother Whisperer? Marlene and I have identified 3 essential steps to begin the process of transforming the relationship with our mothers and some tips to get you off to a great start. Today we’ll share the first step.

STEP 1 Ask yourself  “Who am I?”

Get to know yourself and become aware of who you  really are and/or who you want to be – your natural talents, beliefs, values, needs, passions, buttons and fears!

Knowing yourself and having clarity about how you want to be in the world is key to creating the relationship with your mother that works for you.

When we start to discover our true self we become authentic in the world. No longer trying to live up to others’ expectations or playing a role. Our mask can be set aside and we become free to let our true nature shine through.

Start to discover who you are and what you want by answering these questions:

  • What are the best moments of my week?
  • What brings me happiness and joy?
  • What do I do at an excellent level?
  • What’s really important to me? (Is it career, family, relationships, a cause, etc…)
  • What beliefs, values and needs are important to me? (Tip – Notice what makes you angry, because it is usually a belief or value that has been transgressed or a need that is not being met)
  • What am I afraid of?
  • What do I want that I don’t have?

What else comes to mind about who you are and what you want?

 

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