What stops us reaching a goal that we say we really want? Why do we walk away right before the finish line? It’s often because not every part of us wants what we think we want, says returning guest Bridgit Dengel Gaspard.
In our follow up conversation about Bridgit’s work with inner selves and voice dialogue, she explains: How neuroscience backs up this innovative technique, and how we can turn our inner critic, and other inner selves, into allies. Why we often stay too long in a situation or relationship. How our nice and scared selves can create negative patterns. And how to practice “safe success” and keep the saboteurs at bay.
About Bridgit Dengel Gaspard
As a therapist and founder of the NY Voice Dialogue Institute, Bridgit Dengel Gaspard has led workshops for Omega Institute, New York Open Center, and many other organizations. She’s a former performer and comic, and as therapist and voice dialogue expert, specializes in overcoming creativity blocks. The foreword to The Final 8th: Enlist Your Inner Selves to Accomplish Your Goals is written by the original creators of voice dialogue, Hal and Sidra Stone.Continue reading