In the simplest of terms – what we do at Be You is to work with people to offer them a sense of more freedom by assisting them in removing their emotional splinters (more about that later). The blockages to the freedom they are seeking may show up in many different forms.
The first set are the things that tend to have us feeling quite negative at times
- Freedom from a recognised condition such as anxiety, depression, overwhelm, panic attacks, PTSD, stress, poor self-image, eating disorders, body dysmorphia
- Freedom from a fear or phobia of a particular thing – such as a fear of flying, death, cockroaches, snakes, water, public speaking, driving, etc
- Freedom from a feeling that you can’t shake – such as anger, sadness, guilt, shame, grief, frustration, worry
- Freedom from self-consciousness, what people think about you and social anxiety
- Freedom from limiting thoughts and beliefs
- Freedom to express yourself fully – to be fully heard and seen
The second set are more around growth and upgrading your experience of life
- Increased levels of self-esteem, self-confidence, self-awareness, self-belief
- Increased feeling of worthiness and the ability to receive on all levels
- Increased conscious awareness of habits and beliefs
- Unlocking more energy and potential
- Unlock greater levels of creativity
- Being able to shut off, relax and sleep better
- Increased sense of peace
- Improved relationship with yourself – this is where the gold lies. Most people have an abusive relationship with themselves, if any at all. When you get this relationship sorted – you no longer need anything from the outside to be happy. You then get to choose who and what you want in your life.
What we’ve found whilst working with hundreds of people is that once you clear this stuff up – people usually say something around the lines of “I now feel like who I really am” – hence the name.
Be You :O)
The name “Be who you really are” (our previous evolution) literally came from people saying that at the end of sessions. This not only became our name, but a mission that we took on as part of our own growth.