At first, it was never like that for Daisy. In fact, she was always seeking the validation of others because that’s what she was taught all her life which made her miserable and started to resent herself.
Find out what Daisy did to break these chains of her shadow beliefs and how you can apply this into your own life.
Daisy Wong is an Integrative Life Coach. She trained with Debbie Ford and received her certification through the Ford Institute for Transformational Training. Daisy is currently in a Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training.
Daisy is Chinese and born in Hong Kong. Her family immigrated to the US when she was 8 years old.
Favorite Self Confidence Quote
Your life will be transformed when you make peace with your shadow. The caterpillar will become a breathtakingly beautiful butterfly. You will no longer have to pretend to be someone you’re not. You will no longer have to prove you’re good enough. When you embrace your shadow you will no longer have to live life in fear. Find the gifts of your shadow and you will finally revel in all the glory of your true self. Then you will have the freedom to create the life you have always desired.
Definition of Self Confidence
Being loving towards yourself no matter what is going on in the outer world. Accepting and surrendering to your own journey and process.
Her Life Before the Discovery of Self Confidence
Daisy used to look for validation through work and what she was able to do for people. She would sacrifice her own needs to help others out and often felt resentment because it was not reciprocated. Then she would judge herself for her resentments and guilt. It was not a good cycle to be in.
The “AHA” Moment
There was a period when Daisy was completely overwhelmed with her life. She felt lost, angry and resentful for where she was. Her AHA moment came when she got sick and tired of being a people pleaser and having unhealthy boundaries with people in her life.
She has always been a fan of Debbie Ford so one day, Daisy signed up for her Shadow Process Retreat and her life has not been the same ever since.
Her Life After the Discovery of Self Confidence
Daisy realizes that she is responsible for her feelings and thoughts. She found out that our Shadow Beliefs can keep us stuck. She has healthy boundaries with her family and this makes a world of difference in her life. She doesn’t have to feel angry and guilty anymore.
Daisy also hasmore trust in her decisions because ultimately, she knows what is best for her.
The One Self Confidence Tip For the Listener
Ask for help. As an Asian woman it can be hard. Build your tribe, pray for a teacher and take care of yourself and have fun!