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Personal Growth: Overcoming Hurdles Linked to Conditioning from a Younger Age

Our upbringing and early experiences shape our beliefs, values, and behaviours. While some of these beliefs and behaviours serve us well, others can hold us back from achieving our goals and living a fulfilling life. In this blog post, we will explore the concept of conditioning and how it can impact our personal growth. We will also provide tips on how to overcome the hurdles linked to conditioning from a younger age.


What is Conditioning?

Conditioning is a process of learning and adapting to our environment. We are conditioned by our parents, family members, teachers, peers, and society at large. We learn what is acceptable and what is not, what is right and what is wrong, and what is possible and what is not. These beliefs and values become deeply ingrained in us and shape our identity and behaviour, ultimately leading to us forgetting who we truely are.


Hurdles Linked to Conditioning

  1. Limiting Beliefs

Limiting beliefs are beliefs that hold us back from achieving our goals and living a fulfilling life. These beliefs are often formed in childhood and can be reinforced by our environment. For example, if we were told that we are not smart enough to pursue a certain career, we may believe this to be true and limit ourselves in our career choices.

  1. Fear of Failure

Fear of failure is a common hurdle that can prevent us from taking risks and pursuing our dreams. This fear is often linked to conditioning, as we are conditioned to believe that failure is unacceptable and that we should always strive for perfection. This mindset can hold us back from trying new things and taking chances in our personal and professional lives.

  1. Negative Self-Talk

Negative self-talk is a common hurdle linked to conditioning. We may have been conditioned to believe that we are not good enough, smart enough, or capable enough. This negative self-talk can erode our self-confidence and hold us back from achieving our goals.


Overcoming Hurdles Linked to Conditioning

  1. Identify Limiting Beliefs

The first step in overcoming limiting beliefs is to identify them. Take some time to reflect on your beliefs and values and ask yourself whether they are serving you or holding you back. Challenge any beliefs that are limiting you and replace them with positive affirmations.

  1. Embrace Failure

To overcome the fear of failure, it is important to embrace failure as a learning opportunity. Instead of seeing failure as a negative outcome, see it as a chance to learn and grow. Celebrate your successes, no matter how small, and use them as motivation to keep moving forward.

  1. Practice Positive Self-Talk

Positive self-talk can help you overcome negative conditioning and boost your self-confidence. Replace negative self-talk with positive affirmations that reinforce your strengths and abilities. Practice gratitude and focus on the positive aspects of your life.

In conclusion, conditioning from a younger age can create hurdles that hold us back from achieving our goals and living a fulfilling life. However, by identifying and challenging our limiting beliefs, embracing failure, and practicing positive self-talk, we can overcome these hurdles and achieve personal growth. Remember, personal growth is a journey, not a destination, so be kind to yourself and keep moving forward.


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