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  1. 1. Self-Transformation MANOJ SHAH
  2. 2. What is self-transformation?  Transforming of one's own thoughts, actions, or behavior  The self to consciously use mental activity to change/modify the brain’s neural network in order to experience life with more happiness and fulfillment.  This capacity of using awareness to do so is based on the assumption that the brain and the mind are closely connected that one does not change without the other.[
  3. 3. Self-Transformation  Humans are not meant to stop growing. In fact, no living thing on earth is meant to stop growing. We are all alive, reaching for the sun.  Progress in life is all about reinvention. I am going to preface all of this by saying that reinvention is not the same thing as endlessly seeking reward or achievement. There is a difference. Seeking an achievement usually implies an "end." You win the trophy and then you're "done." That's not what you want to aim for--because as soon as you say you're "done," you are no longer reaching and stretching yourself, which means you stop growing.  Reinvention, however, leaves the end open--which is actually a good thing. Reinvention is what allows you endless opportunities to continue exploring new parts of yourself. Exploration is growth, and growth in this sense is not outward facing but inward.  Whenever you find something about yourself you want to change, you need to look for a way to reinvent it.
  4. 4. Self-Transformation Embrace each challenge in your life as an opportunity for self-transformation – Bernie S. Siegel
  5. 5. 7 Questions – Before Self-Transformation  Q 1: What do I want? What changes do I want to make in myself and in my experience? How do I want to feel? How do I want my life to be?  Q 2 : Do I truly want to achieve these goals?  Q 3 : Am I willing to be uncomfortable for the sake of the little child within myself in order to achieve these goals? Am I willing to face my anger, hurt, fear, and shame? Am I willing to face my personal dragons?  Q 4 : Am I willing to admit that I am in a certain amount of denial about my problems, what I feel, and who I am?  Q 5 : Am I willing to humble myself? Am I willing to know that I have been wrong about certain things regarding myself and others? Am I willing to discover the truth about my- self? Am I willing to have an open mind?  Q 6 : If needed am I willing to seek the help and support of others?  Q 7 : Am I willing to spend the time, effort, and money necessary to help myself achieve my goals? Am I willing to pursue with determination?
  6. 6. What’s your Answer ??????? If you have answered "yes" to all of these questions, you are ready to begin. If you are excited and a little frightened, you are ready. It is normal to feel afraid. Find your courage. Remember that courage is not the lack of fear, it is the willingness to pursue in spite of it.
  7. 7. Action “Lanny Bassham, an Olympic gold medal shooter calls this handy precept the “ready, fire, aim” principle. Lanny claims that in sports and in life, people spend too much time aiming at the bull’s-eye and not enough time shooting at it. Rather than placing so much emphasis on getting ready and aiming, go ahead and take a shot. Taking the shot gets you started and also lets you gauge how far off the mark you are. Make adjustments, but keep shooting until you get closer and closer, and eventually you will hit the bull’s eye.” (10-Minute Toughness, Jason Selk)
  8. 8. Seven Stages of Self- Transformation
  9. 9. To Acknowledge Acknowledge where you are physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually at this stage in your life. What are the negative emotions that cause you to suffer right now? And when you are angry, sad, depressed or not being heard or respected by others ask yourself why. When you recognize how you feel and what causes it, you can change it.
  10. 10. To Forgive Give yourself permission to forgive others who may have done harm and caused you to suffer. Basically, when you learn forgiveness you cut the energetic cord between you and the others who have caused you to suffer.
  11. 11. To Let Go As you let go of the person or situation, you are clearing your emotional, mental and spiritual bodies to make room for learning and growing. Letting go is so important to a healthy life with peace of mind.
  12. 12. To Accept I accept the perfection and the imperfection within me. I have learned to be patient, kind and gentle with myself. When you are a perfectionist, you merely look for the "right and wrong" in any situation and you miss the lesson behind it.
  13. 13. To Love It took me a long-time to understand self-love. I loved my family, my children, and friends, but not myself. Now I love myself unconditionally. I am at peace with my body, mind, and spirit; my whole being is at peace. Self-love is at the heart of having a healthy self-esteem as well as a healthy self-image
  14. 14. To Surrender Whenever I try to control another individual or judge him or her, I know that I am not in balance. I have learned to surrender by letting go of that person, and I try to put myself in the other person's perspective. The wounding and the suffering that you carry is not who you are. You do have the choice to change it.
  15. 15. To Create Once you have committed yourself to the process of Self-Transformation, you will find that it is time to create and reinvent yourself. So if there is something you do not like about yourself, then change it. I wish you a life journey full of miracles, joy, love, peace and financial abundance.
  16. 16. Actualize your Own Potential No person can be happy by copying someone else, he/she needs to discover the essence within him/ her that will help to actualize his/her own potential
  17. 17. References  Inspiration : Osho (www.Osho.com)  Wikipedia  Google  7 Steps to Transforming Yourself From Who You Are to Who You Want to Be – By Nicolas Cole  The art of Self-Transformation - By Wendy Hill, M.A.  The Psychology of Self-Transformation - Academy of Ideas  The Seven Steps to Self-Transformation: Coming Home by Kim Le

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