Writing Your Best Self

Conditioning The Mind To Break Heritage Patterns

July 13, 2021 Georgina El Morshdy
Writing Your Best Self
Conditioning The Mind To Break Heritage Patterns
Show Notes

"Up to 50% of our memories are actually lies... When you pull on a memory, you're not pulling the original memory. You're pulling the last time you pulled that memory."

In this powerful conversation, I'm interviewing positive psychologist, best-selling author, and international speaker Kezia Luckett.

Kezia is a change-maker and pattern-disruptor who's helping women step into a lens of positivity - so they can live a wildly delicious life while navigating the gap between where they are now and where they desire to be.

In this conversation, we dive deep into the power of the mind and subconscious to explore how memories are revisited, how beliefs are formed, and how stories are told. As a result, you'll discover how to shift and transform the limiting beliefs that keep you from your fullest potential.

In this conversation, we explore: 

  • What is positive psychology and how it helps us thrive?
  • Dancing between the positive & the negative to grow in our life.
  • Navigating a 'negative' experience through the lens of positive psychology 
  • Tests from the universe and why they show up. 
  • Your reactionary database & creating a belief set that actually serves us.   
  • Heightened emotions + stories & meanings. How we create beliefs. 
  • Why our memories aren't real. [Prepare to be mindblown.]

"A lot of our beliefs, limitations, and fears are based on the lens of the world that we had when we were 5, 6, or 7 years old." 

  • How to change your beliefs and create a new sense of meaning.  
  • What the phenomenon of false memories can teach us about our beliefs.
  • The true meaning of abracadabra
  • How to use the Reticular Activating System to support your belief work. 
  • Heritage patterns and their impact on generational healing. 
  • Shifting our view inside 'the gap' to find the gold in the journey. 
  • And more...

"We know that there's a gap between where we are now and where we desire to be. Until we get to that future desire, we have an opportunity as to how we live in that gap. We can choose between the wildly delicious or the lack and hard work. "

Explore Kezia's journaling  prompt:
If you could go back to those pivotal moments, what would you tell your younger self about the experiences you've been through? What words of advice would you give?

Ways to connect with Kezia and dive deeper into her work: 


Also, check out the BestSelf Co. range of journaling tools:
1. Creating Your Live List [$5 investment].
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3. 52 List Journaling Prompts [a free tool].

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