Following Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 of Thoughts and Feelings, Cassandra puts everything together with her Life Coaching session on self-fulfilling prophecies. An example of this is a person that wakes up and immediately thinks that today is going to be a bad day. They begin to relish in negative thoughts and behave in ways that will ensure they have a bad day. At the end of the day, they proved to themselves that it was going to be a bad day and in essence, their prophecy was self-fulfilling.
A way to identify if you have any self-limiting prophecies is to explore any area in your life where you may be struggling or you are not getting the results you desire, Cassandra adds. Chances are that you have limiting core beliefs about yourself in this area of your life. Once you identify these core beliefs and self-fulfilling prophecies that you carry with you, you can begin to shift your core beliefs and gain a new self-fulfilling prophecy that works for you and not against you.
I learned that you should always be kind to yourself. Encourage yourself. Look for the positive. And, always try your best in everything you do.