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This module outlines the nature of how the subconscious has a profound impact on your day-to-day actions and choices. It depicts the ways beliefs, like your self-esteem, evolve as you become more conscious, aware and present about how you are responding to events but also how previous events have been filed, giving you, not only the option to make new choices and gain understanding, but to also heal past experiences.

Your Mental Filing System: The Subconscious Agenda audio | slides

Your Reasoning Habits: What are you in the habit of believing? audio | slides


Each week, I will include a few handy tasks and resources. All are optional, of course, but, highly recommended if you want to get the most out of the course. And no, you do not need to do every single journaling prompt.

What’s The Baggage Behind It? | Exercise | Download the PDF

What’s The Purpose? | Discover Your Motivations | Download the PDF

Clearing & Releasing Emotional Charge | Download the PDF

The Committee | Build Your Self-Esteem Visualisation | Download the PDF

100 Days of Baggage Reclaim | Week 2

As proof of how small habits can make a profound difference, this book and journaling guide has helped thousands of people to take small steps every day and as part of Build Your Self-Esteem, I’m including it to help you enjoy the wisdom, tips, tools and journaling prompts that I share. Each week of the course, you will receive 7 days of the prompts…plus a little extra. I recommend just doing one per day (doesn’t need more than 5-10 minutes) although, of course, you can opt to do them all in one go. | Download the PDF



Uncovering Your Core BeliefsQuiz | Answers

Examining Beliefs & Evidence | Journaling Guide | Download the PDF

Get Out Of Stuck | Beliefs Prompt | Get Out Of Stuck Quick Sheet | Beliefs Brainstorm Worksheet

Your Mental Filing System
Your Reasoning Habits
What's The Baggage Behind It? | Exercise
What's The Purpose?
Clearing & Releasing Emotional Charge
The Committee | Build Your Self-Esteem Visualisation
Examining Beliefs & Evidence | Journaling Guide
Week 2 of 100 Days
Your Mental Filing System | Beliefs List
Core Beliefs Prompts
Try a couple of the Small Habits out
These are core resources that are the foundations of the Baggage Reclaim philosophy. I refer to them time and time and time again—they are all powerful tools that have been a fundamental part of my own transformation.

Get Out Of Stuck | Beliefs Prompt | Get Out Of Stuck Quick Sheet | Beliefs Brainstorm Worksheet

Journaling Tips

Self-Care Practices For Working With Me

Feelings Diary | Journaling Guide

The Unsent Letter Guide

How to Write Letters to Your Younger Self


One of the things we do when our self-esteem is a little (or a lot) dependent on other people, is that we apologise for a whole lotta stuff that we really don’t need to. On some level we believe, for instance, that we need to apologise before we tell people good news about ourselves or that we need to apologise in advance of attempting to articulate our thoughts and feelings. Sometimes we feel as if we’ve done something wrong and we go into over-apologising on steroids mode. Catch yourself when you’re apologising and ask yourself, Is an apology absolutely necessary here? Obviously apologise if and when you err but otherwise, have an apology break and notice how you feel as a result. Try it for at least a week or stretch it to a fortnight or month.


One of the things I’ve found very useful is to pay attention to signals from my body but also its reactions. For instance, if I say/think something negative about myself, I feel a tenseness in my chest. If I’m being self-supportive, my chest feels relaxed in response to the positive thought. Test it out. Lie or sit down when you’ve got a few minutes of undisturbed quiet and say something typically self-critical and notice how you feel in your body—it might be around your stomach, chest, or somewhere else. Try saying something kind.


During your work on Build Your Self-Esteem, you are going to uncover beliefs and things that you say to or about yourself that are really about echoing someone else’s narrative. When you hear these words, say ‘That’s not mine, that’s theirs and I’m sending it right back’. I have gotten so used to saying this when I have a stressy moment with family or when an old thought shows up, that this very handy saying pops up almost automatically.


We are all energy and when we do things that cause us to invest our energies in the wrong people and situations, we feel drained but we also become ungrounded. A handy tool for ‘getting back to base’ is to use a stainless steel spoon (one that’s magnetic) to rub the soles of your feet in a figure of eight pattern. You can also do around your toes and on top of your feet as well as around the ankles. Long story short, spooning your feet corrects the electromagnetic energy in every cell of your body by establishing a strong connection with the metal in the haemoglobin in your blood and lining up your body’s cells in the correct polarity. This can help shake off an ‘off’ feeling and to shift things when you’re feeling drained, which in turn helps you to not get overwhelmed by negative and untrue beliefs.

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