Belief Code

Core beliefs shape a large part of a person’s worldview and help govern their interactions with the world, stress, and relationships. Our experiences and unique perspectives shape our belief systems. They inform how we feel about ourselves, others, our lives, and everything around us. They dictate what kind of people we want to be and what kind of lives we want or don’t want. Our belief systems create the foundation for our mental and emotional health.

Where Do Belief Systems Come From?

Show me the child at 7, and I will show you the man.


Our fundamental beliefs are generally formed before the age of 7. Our upbringing and experiences reinforce those beliefs. As children, we create these beliefs to keep us safe. In a moment of perceived trauma, big or small, our subconscious goes into flight or fight mode and creates a protective belief so that we avoid similar experiences in the future to avoid the pain that is created through the emotional response felt and experienced.

We store every single experience in our subconscious; it remembers pain and pleasure. We know that when we experience pain, it creates an emotional response that feels unsafe on a fundamental level. Those emotions are then communicated to our subconscious and are stored. This stems back to our ancestors during evolution when we feared the saber-toothed tiger, and it was essential for our survival.

As society has evolved, we are leaving evolution behind, and therefore, what served us then no longer serves us now. This is also true for what we learned from our own early lives.

Inherited or Suggested Belief Systems

Not only do we create our belief systems, but we can inherit them from our families. Some are suggestions from the media, or we adopt other people’s beliefs when they resonate with us.

There becomes a problem if, for example, we have faulty belief systems rooted in our self-hatred. Then, we will likely follow a path of self-destructiveness. If we believe we’re capable of happiness and inner peace, we’ll be able to achieve them. If we’ve developed a belief system that we’re doomed to a life of unhappiness and torment, that is the future we’ll likely manifest for ourselves.

Any thought pattern we practice consistently can become a belief, and the beliefs we perpetuate over time become our belief systems. We form attachments to these belief systems and depend on them to be true.

Otherwise, our sense of reality, justice, and fairness can be shaken and questioned. We doubt ourselves and others and can become consumed by mistrust and fear. The belief systems we have that are built upon limiting beliefs about ourselves are particularly damaging to our mental and emotional health.

We believe we’re unworthy, unlovable, and inadequate. We are easily threatened and feel replaceable and worthless, and we don’t believe in ourselves or our inherent value. Some have lost faith in their ability to transform and recover from their addictions and mental health issues.

Our belief systems impact our thinking, feeling, behaving, and operating. Holding onto self-deprecating belief systems impedes our self-confidence and faith in ourselves. When we have limiting belief systems around our purpose and our value in the world, we shut down and stop giving our gifts and sharing our strengths.

Some might become increasingly depressed and anxious because they’re fighting against these belief systems that are bringing them down and using a drug of choice to drown out the painful thoughts and feelings our belief systems cause us. In these ways, our belief systems can have directly harmful effects on our mental and emotional health.

I am a multi-skilled Life Balance Strategist and have been exactly where you are now.

Together, we will identify belief systems we still carry within us that contribute to our unwellness.

If you think of your brain as a supercomputer, we are updating the operating system and removing outdated belief systems. I combine elements of my training in my Master of Applied Psychology program, Emotion Code® and Body Code™, and Belief Code Practitioner Training. I provide effective therapy that helps to resolve and diffuse perceived trauma. This helps release negative programs, limiting beliefs, faulty core beliefs, and faulty core identities so my client can re-imprint a new belief in its place! This is incredibly exciting for me to share my gifts with you.