Do you spend a lot of time overthinking and replaying negative chatter in your mind? Do you feel guilty for what you have done? Are you ashamed of who you are? Do you often compare yourself to others, or do you often make excuses? Are you experiencing burn-out? Do you sometimes feel as though you have no control over your life? Do you often speak badly about yourself in your head?  

Raise your hand if any of these beliefs or situations sound familiar…

  • Thinking that no matter how hard you try, you are never good enough.
  • Trying to pull off a perfectly polished job interview when your inner voice is screaming that you are a failure.
  • Trying to act natural at a party when your inner bully is telling you that you are a fraud and that you should not be there.
  • Remaining in an abusive or painful relationship because no one else will ever love or want you.
  • Remaining single to avoid being hurt again
  • Pleasing people around you in a bid to not be rejected
  • Hiding your dreams and true desires because they are fantasies and you need to grow up.
  • Believing that you are too ugly and not smart enough to achieve what you want.

The reason you are feeling this way is because your inner critic is in the driver’s seat. Maybe you’ve had to deal with an external bully before, or you’ve witnessed someone else being bullied or trolled. Well, your inner voice of fear can be just as mean, cruel and critical as any real-life bully. The critical inner voice is not an auditory hallucination; it is experienced as thoughts within your head. This stream of destructive thought forms an anti-self that discourages individuals from acting in their best interest.

Each of us has an “inner critic” or “inner bully” judging our every action and instructing us on how to live our lives. This disparaging inner voice is an internal enemy that can affect every aspect of your life, including your self-esteem and confidence, your personal and intimate relationships, and your performance and accomplishments. These negative thoughts, which get triggered whenever you face change or are challenged, affect you by undermining your positive feelings about yourself. They can lead to subtle self-sabotage, self-defeating patterns, dependency, neediness, avoidance, fear of abandonment, dread of loneliness and isolation, passive hostility, the need for validation, self-destructive symptoms, violent aggression, depression, suppressed voice, obedience, trying too hard to please others, the feeling of not being good enough, the feeling of not being safe feeling of being paralyzed….

Although at times this inner voice can be helpful and effective at protecting you or keeping you from embarrassment, it often morphs — when left unchecked — into a voice that has the power to hold you back and to make you feel ashamed, criticized, undermined, and even paralyzed. 

So how much are we letting this inner critic control us? How good are we at standing up to the troll that resides inside our heads? Are our actions based on what we really feel and believe, or are we living our lives based on our inner critic’s negative programming? This programming starts to take form very early in our lives. It’s shaped by negative experiences and attitudes we witnessed and internalized during our childhood. Learning how to effectively overcome our critical inner voice, or ‘ego voice’, is central to all areas of life: personal development, healthy relationships, self-esteem, and career success.

The good news is that you don’t have to take your ego voice’s bad advice. It is the voice of fear. You can actively work to retrain and silence the negative voice of your inner bully and change the way you look at yourself and at the world. Retraining your ego to turn it into an inner encourager may take some time and practice, but you can do it.

As your amazing inner journey of self-discovery unfolds, you will break free from this toxic inner chatter as you:

  1. Understand who is the inner critical voice you are dealing with, how it talks and how it gets triggered. Are you dealing with a perfectionist, a people pleaser, a victim, a guilt tripper, or a combination of those?
  2. Learn how to separate this internal troll from a more compassionate, realistic view of yourself.
  3. Meet and visualize the hidden voices of your subconscious personality,
  4. Reclaim and heal the childhood which created and continues to feed the inner critic/ego. 
  5. Learn how to heal, retrain and tame that disparaging inner voice.
  6. Harness the power of the positive inner voices within your head
  7. Get back the driver’s seat of your life, stop getting in the way of your own happiness and desires, and attract more positive experiences — professionally, emotionally, spiritually, physically and sexually — simply by fully embracing all, of your ever-present selves and making them work as a team.

If you are done with feeling small, take a leap of faith. Snap out of your negative chatter and take a courageous step towards your dreams in 14 days. For the next two weeks, you will receive a short video/audio or a text and/or work assignments every day. Each lesson includes tools for you to transform yourself through meditation and self-reflection.

This experience will be life-changing. You will summon more strength, you will be reborn on the other side of fear, and you will leave behind everything that has consumed your heart and prevented you from rising. Most importantly, you will find Grace by learning to acknowledge that you are important. By the time, it wraps up, you’ll have a brand-new vision and you will remember that you are not only that fragmented fear-based person doomed to suffer all your life from chronic anxiety and outdated limitations and beliefs. You are the one you have been waiting for. Right now, you are your own worst enemy, but you will be amazed how fast you become powerful and creative when you start to love yourself.


“This healing work is transformational. My inner bully was a combination of a victim and a perfectionist… I am becoming more aware of how harsh I have been to myself and others.”- Natalie

“This simple guided meditation allows one to quickly and put a name, face, and identity to the parts of one’s self that need to be understood, healed and let go. It was empowering to easily get this insight into why we hang on to our ego or feel unable to be without it. I would recommend this for everyone to do.”- Marie

”Looking at the people inside me and learning what they are like was a bit disturbing, surprising. Especially my ego mind/ inner bully. She looks so authoritative and frightening, but when I saw her like this, it opened the doors for me to work with her and to gain a strength and courage for that.” Bianca

This course is a genius healing modality that takes you through the process of meeting your inner voices and finding out who is driving the car of your life! The knowledge you gain by digging deep and asking questions to your inner selves is a catalyst for change.” – Emily

“This course was an eye opener – my ego’s appearance came as a total surprise. I am a timid female who is afraid to be seen, so for my ego to appear as a dominating male was a complete shock! I realized I projected an image that was not me to fit in. I learned a lot about myself and the past experiences that have shaped me into who I am today.” – Junyeen

‘’It’s a very powerful tool! I learned that I can feel complete love and compassion for myself.” – Lara

“This meditation was a revelation and will change the course of my life and put me back together. It shows you what unwittingly drives our lives. I am grateful beyond words to have found out the truth. I feel freer, more informed and empowered and more in control of my life. The journey is informative, then interesting, and then becomes a revelation and a wow experience … everyone should do this meditation.”- Claire