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Which Self Do You Choose?
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Jack Beauregard -- Successful Transition Planning Institute Jack Beauregard -- Successful Transition Planning Institute
Cambridge , MA
Thursday, April 18, 2019


Which Self Do You Choose?
 

The following comparison helps you choose which self you identify with: your False or True Self.

 

 

Intellectual limitations of the False Self:

 

  • ? Thinks rigidly and narrowly
  • ? Always has to appear "positive"
  • ? Uses All-or-Nothing, Black-or-White  thinking
  • ? Jumps between two opposite extremes

 

Intellectual advantages of your True Self:

  •  Thinks more effectively and creatively
  • ? Can see both the upsides and the downsides of any issue
  • ? Sees a range of options and possibilities inany situation
  • ? Sees change as a step-by-step process

 

The False Self causes you to have a limited identity:

  • ? Externally oriented
  • ? Always has to impress or please other people
  • ? Identifies with your roles and external accomplishments
  • ? Lacks an authentic foundation for making choices and taking action
  • ? Divides you into disconnected parts
  • ? Overemphasizes some of your aspects
  • ? Ignores, represses, or denies other aspects of yourself

 

Your True Self allows you to live from your whole, genuine identity—you can:

 

  • Be both internally and externally orientated
  • ? Identify with your own unique individual self
  • ? Make choices and take action based on what you really value
  • ? Recognize, acknowledge, and integrate all  aspects of yourself
  • ? Use all of your abilities, gifts, and  talents
  • ? Feel more complete

Emotional limitations of the False Self:

  • ? Feels unworthy of love
  • ? Not able to love yourself
  • ? Has difficulty giving love to other people
  • ? Avoids genuine intimacy
  • Fear-based 

Your True Self brings more love into your life, because you:

  • ? Know you are worthy of love
  • ? Can feel healthy self-love
  • ? Can fully love other people
  • ? Can create genuinely fulfilling relationships and intimacy

A limited (and limiting) Belief System, causes you to:

 

  • ? Feel trapped by old negative beliefs
  • ? Be easily thrown off course by negative circumstances
  • ? Become overwhelmed by change
  • ? Believe that only external   circumstances make you feel    important
  • ? Feel disconnected from your own genuine sources of meaning and purpose

An expanded, empowering Belief System, causes you to:

  •  Recognize your innate power to create effective change
  • ? Stay centered, no matter what
  • ? Transform negative circumstances (past, present, and future) into positive outcomes
  • ? Connect to your own inner sources of meaning and purpose
  • ? Know that your life is innately important

The False Self causes you to:

  • Have an illusionary perspective
  • Live behind a mask 
  • Lie 
  • Rationalize  
  • Be inauthentic 
  •  Be unaware of what's important
  •  Live a misspent life
  •  Be a denier
  •  Use power & control
  • Have a weak presence
  • Be unhappy

 

Your True Self causes you to:

  • Have a realistic perspective
  • Be transparent
  • Be truthful
  • Be responsible
  • Be authentic
  • Live from core values
  • Live a purposeful life
  • Be aware
  • Be a strong influencer
  • Have a strong presence
  • Be happy

 

If you choose the True Self, then you would want to attend the Freedom To Be Your True Self online classes.

 

 

 

 

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Name: Jack Beauregard
Title: Founder, CEO
Group: Successful Transtion Planning Institute
Dateline: Cambridge, MA United States
Direct Phone: 1.800.414.9405
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