EP 158 – Do You Understand Your Pattern?

The things that happen to us in our childhood aren’t just buried and forgotten forever. Our childhood experiences are crucial to our emotional development and wellbeing. The adult figures in our lives during our childhood are our primary attachment and play an important role in how we experience life, because they lay a foundation of what the word is going to look like for us. 

On this episode of the Abundantly Clear podcast, Malorie digs into how our childhood experiences are reflected in our adult life patterns, the behaviors we’ve carried from our childhood into our adult life, and why we need to create a new belief that works if whatever was modeled to us does not. Tune in to find out if it’s high time you created a new belief about what you believe in.

You’ll Learn:

  • Why there is a pattern in the behaviors that were modeled to you about emotions, behaviors, communication, achievements and money
  • What trauma is, how it happens and how it affects the way we lead and show up to the world. 
  • How to allow yourself to evolve into a better version of yourself
  • and so much more!

Favorite Quote:

Trauma doesn’t necessarily mean that it was that vision, that painted a picture of something horrific happening, like losing a family member or losing a parent or going through a divorce or being raised in a house that abuse was common. Trauma can also mean being dismissed, and not being loved and not being shown attention or affection or emotional support. Trauma can also mean being praised for everything that you did that was good and creating beliefs about who you are, that you are somebody that achieves things. So that is the only way that you feel worthy. Trauma shows up in so many different ways.

– Malorie Nicole

How to get involved

  • Malorie has become an expert in helping people remove their mindset blocks, so they can experience the growth in their business and decrease in stress they desire. Check the site to learn more, download a freebie and stay connected.

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