Fear Of Visibility:
How Fundamentalism Impacts Marketing
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Do you notice an attitude of ‘it’s all or nothing; now or never’ in yourself in relation to marketing? A ‘life or death’ sense of urgency or desperation? A fear of being visible in sharing your precious gifts and skills with the world?
If so, the Pattern of Fundamentalism is likely at play.
As I see it, fundamentalism is a pattern arising over generations out of unresolved trauma. It is a way of seeking control (over self, others, the world) in order to feel safe, in order to mitigate the feelings of powerlessness, helplessness, fear, pain that unresolved trauma perpetuates.
Fundamentalism casts the world into stark black and white (fundamentalism is rooted in the binary). There is little-to-no room for nuance. Further, fundamentalism judges one aspect of the binary as good, the other as bad.
For instance, success is good; failure is bad.
Even further, fundamentalism casts that judgement (and shame) onto the individual themselves.
ie: If I fail and failure is bad, then I am bad.
No wonder the sense of urgency and desperation! No one wants to fail and be bad!
Fear of visibly sharing our gifts is also often rooted in this ‘right/wrong’ binary including a fear of being punished if we don’t get/do [everything] exactly ‘right.’
In this 90-minute workshop:
We will explore and begin to dismantle the Pattern of Fundamentalism in relation to marketing.
We’ll talk about what this pattern is and how to recognize it both in yourself and in your marketing. From there, we explore steps towards the dismantling of this pattern.
As we reconcile this pattern, we discover greater capacity for being visible in our authenticity (and our imperfection), for living into right timing, and for serving others in ways that also nourish and support ourselves.
When: September 22, 2022 from 10-11:30am Pacific
Where: online via zoom (yes, this event will be recorded)
Thank you! I’m so excited to be in circle with you!
About me, Larisa Noonan.
I grew up afraid of burning in Hell.
Now I spend my days working with witchy healers who grew up, as I did, in fundamentalist homes (or cultures which is, as I see it, most of us these days).
For the past two decades I’ve specialized in trauma healing, embodiment skills, and supporting healthy boundaries. I’m especially passionate about ancestral healing and supporting those in recovery from a black-white, us-them view of the world.
I live with my husband and son in beautiful Sandpoint, ID, the traditional lands of the Q’lispe (Kalispel) tribe; my ancestors hail from from France, the Netherlands via Ukraine, Germany, and Switzerland.
I no longer fear burning in Hell.