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Inner Foundation Program

How to build a Strong Inner Foundation

Luke Hancock
Written by Luke Hancock
June 9, 2019

Did you know how you felt, sensed, perceived and experienced yourself and the environment around you during infancy, stays imprinted in your physical body and subconscious mind until today? Even if today, we don’t remember our past experiences, they are still present in our subconscious mind and stored in our physical body, influencing our behavior, relationship dynamics and overall life satisfaction. As a consequence of these early childhood experiences inside the home, many of us gave up of our authenticity in exchange to have our needs met or simply to have our parents love and attention (conditional love).

It’s important to comprehend that not everyone was raised in stable environments and happy family units. In fact, the opposite is true. A very large percentage of children have been exposed to adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and unacceptable living conditions, regardless of their social economic background. Even though infancy is a crucial period to initiate the development of the Inner Foundation, that does not mean other experiences happening after infancy are not as relevant. All life experiences from infancy to adulthood, positive or negative are relevant to determine the existence of a strong or fragile Inner Foundation. 

Have you wondered the reasons why so many of us procrastinate and self-sabotage our current lives for reasons currently unknown to us?

It is our responsibility to focus our attention upon what is important to us, what we want to learn, create and achieve with our precious time and lives. Where focus goes, energy flows. The payoff for investing in yourself is a long happy, healthy, satisfying and possibly meaningful life filled with quality relationships and experiences.

Your life belongs to you, and only you can decide how far you want to go on this journey. This is your individual journey of dissolving what no longer serves you, including intergenerational trauma, unhealthy habits, and outdated thought and behavioral patterns that belong to the old paradigm, that have impacted your current life conditions, perceptions about yourself, and worldview.

It takes courage, conviction, and strength to shine a light on your deepest self, but the benefits can be absolutely breath-taking. This personal investment matches no other, as it strengthens the very foundation that holds the key of success for every aspect of your life. By becoming free from all that no longer serves your Inner Foundation, you naturally develop your autonomy, inner authority, personal power and self-mastery!

Awareness of what happened to us in the past and present moment is an important aspect of the self-discovery process and a prerequisite to healing, which is required to rebuild a strong Inner Foundation. The main purpose of such healing work is to assist you in comprehending the past that is still interfering in your life today as an adult. You cannot change something that you are not conscious of.

The first phase of such healing work is to become aware of your past and present experiences. The process of becoming aware and taking time to reflect upon your life experiences is extremely powerful because it allows you to reach into your subconscious where 90% of your memories are recorded in your brain and body, from birth until today.

The second phase of rebuilding a strong Inner Foundation is personal development healing work. This healing process assists you in reconnecting with your authentic self and Soul, allowing you to forgive the past and move forward with your life. Knowing the self, becoming free from inter-generational trauma, and having your internal house in order are the wisest choices you can make to invest in yourself, so you are prepared for the third phase: self-actualization and the ultimate reason why you are here on earth at this auspicious time.

It takes courage, conviction, and strength to shine a light on your deepest self, but the benefits can be absolutely breath-taking. This personal investment matches no other, as it strengthens the very foundation that holds the key of success for every aspect of your life. By becoming free from all that no longer serves your Inner Foundation, you naturally develop your autonomy, inner authority, personal power and self-mastery!

This is your time to light up the spark within you, so you can finally manifest your dreams and aspirations.

The benefits of having a strong Inner Foundation are life changing and one of the best places to start is by read The Inner Foundation Book.

In conclusion, the importance of the Inner Foundation in shaping our lives cannot be overstated. Our early childhood experiences and subsequent life events leave a lasting imprint on our physical body and subconscious mind, influencing our behavior and relationship dynamics. It is crucial to become aware of our past and present experiences to rebuild a strong Inner Foundation through personal development and healing work. This investment in ourselves allows us to reconnect with our authentic self, forgive the past, and move forward with our lives. As a result, we naturally develop our autonomy, inner authority, personal power, and self-mastery, leading to a long, happy, healthy, and satisfying life. It is time to invest in ourselves and light up the spark within to manifest our dreams and aspirations. One of the best places to start is by reading The Inner Foundation Book.

 

Luke Hancock Own Your Power

About The Writer

Luke Hancock is the author of the book Own Your Power. Since 2012, Luke is an accredited Transformational Life Coach with the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and since this time has been coaching individuals through their own journeys of personal and professional transformation. Since 2016 he has been delivering professional training and coaching courses to businesses, schools and individuals. Luke is also an environmental sustainability consultant, guiding businesses (employees), schools and communities to reduce their “environmental footprint’ and become more sustainable in their operations.

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