Redefining Failure

Redefining Failure

It’s likely that as an emotionally sensitive person that you didn’t have the same experience growing up around failure. Instead, you felt shame or embarrassment.

What I want you to know is… it isn’t too late to rewire your subconscious mind & learn how to use your sensitivity as your greatest gift to success.

At The International Institute for Emotional Empowerment, we do the same type of reframing with emotions, just as Sara Blakely’s father did with failure. This reframing is vital to transformation.

By reframing your emotions to an empowered perspective that your ego can’t reject, your subconscious mind & body will experience your negative emotions differently. Ultimately, this will rewire your subconscious reactions, which is what creates lasting change!

Reframing Provides Freedom

If you are free to fail, you are free to take the risks necessary for success. And, if you free to experience negative emotions without judgment or shame, you are free to experience the guidance, love, and support coming through those feelings.

Learn a process that rewires your negative emotions so you can receive their directions to make your life easier, richer, and more of your ideal.

While you don’t have control over every outcome in life, you do have control as to whether you keep yourself open and expansive, or hidden and shut down.

If you want your future to be different than your past, you must take different measures than you did in your past. If you don’t, you’ll just keep recreating your past.

The reframe of failure is you stopping yourself.
The reframe of success is you listening to your heart & acting –
before your ego comes up with excuses to stop you.

Whatever your next leap is….take it!