Proceedings of the 2nd International Academic Conference on Humanities and Social Science
Prospects of detection and transformation of limiting beliefs with the help of self-coaching techniques
Beliefs are considered to be solid, conscious and deliberate beliefs that perform the role of a life guide for a person. And although it is logical to think that belief should be based on an exclusively meaningful rationale, many of them are not clearly understood, while affecting the individual’s perception of the external and internal world and to a great extent determine his way of life. Accordingly, false beliefs derived from childhood or formed under the influence of incorrect logic often impose restrictions on life. Working with limiting beliefs, namely their identification, analysis, and transformation, is an important step that can significantly improve the quality of life, but this is complicated by the fact that a person who does not have specific knowledge in most cases is not able to go through this process on their own. This article is devoted to the methods of complex work on yourself, aimed at awareness and transformation of false beliefs in the context of self-coaching. The article describes the stages of formation, strengthening and functioning of limiting beliefs. The author proposes a method based on a logical, sequential chain of questions, answering which a person can identify limiting beliefs and replace them with more constructive ones.
Beliefs can rightly be called the basis of human Outlook, a kind of filter through which he sees the world. Another way of defining belief sees it as a mental representation of an attitude positively oriented towards the likelihood of something being true.[1 ]