Check out the clip below from Rebel Girls. A friend of mine just sent it to me. And it triggered so much in me. First I laughed, then as it sank in sadness and regret filled my heart. It was so potent to see a man play the role of Cinderella. And know that we would never expect our boys to be treated this way. It got me thinking about limiting beliefs....which is my favorite work to do with women, because it is everything. The key to us reaching our potential, chasing our dreams and finding resounding peace and happiness, or the key to us not having those things. And we hardly ever question them. We BELIEVE our limiting believes. That is what keeps us stuck. That is why they are so powerful.
I am so passionate about the work I do and the women I work with in this area.
This is a funny video, except it is so not. It challenges how we view ourselves and the world we grow up in. How much power we learn to GIVE AWAY at such a young age.
Cinderfella is a joke, and he would be viewed as a joke in the real world.
As young girls we develop our belief systems about who we are - THAT STAY WITH US FOR LIFE. Living a life time based on limiting beliefs and never examining if they are true and serving us, is not a joke.
They limit us.
So, loves, I ask you.
What did you learn to believe about your potential as a child? How have these beliefs impacted your choices? What beliefs that you have, may not really be true? Have you questioned them? Where did they come from?
And then ask your self.
Are you READY to identify and change your limiting beliefs and reclaim your POWER? Reach your true potential? What would Cinderfella do? I highly doubt he would live out his life feeling he wasn't pretty enough, didn't work hard enough, or deserve enough, or be expected to walk around in glass shoes. Nope. He wouldn't take that crap from the first second! And so this is why....
This work is so life changing.
I am so fired up about helping women in this area to change their futures , one woman at a time. It adds up, and we become the role models for our young girls. Not Cinderf***ingrella.