Core Transformation

Presentation according to the book "The way to the inner source" by Connirae and Tamara Andreas.

"A method with which you can reach conditions within five minutes, that make others sit on mountains for years!".

Core Transformation is about identifying behaviour, feelings and reactions that you don't like about yourself, and using them to embark on an amazing and uplifting inner journey into the depths of your being.

The Core Transformation process can be used to transform self-destructive behaviour, feelings or reactions that are serious life problems for us.

If you have gone through the process several times, you will develop the confidence that as you move into your innermost centre you will discover a nature that goes beyond anything we usually consider positive.


  1. What is the Core Self?
  2. The Five Core States
  3. When can you use Core Transformation?
  4. Overview: Ten steps to Core Transformation

What is the Core Self?

I live from my core self when:

  • I experience wholeness, inner peace, well-being, love and vitality
  • I am completely grounded and centered in my body
  • I am fully aware of my body and my emotions
  • I perceive the world clearly
  • I know what I want
  • I will behave according to my values
  • I act without effort for my own good and at the same time respect others and their interests;
  • I have a positive self-esteem
  • I am aware of who I am, not only of what I do, how I feel or what I have.
  • I am aware of my resources. I then have the feeling that I can decide for myself how I feel and what I do.

The Five Core States

  1. Rest in being
  2. Inner Peace
  3. Love
  4. Okay-being
  5. To-be

When can you use Core Transformation?

Emotional areas:

  • Do you easily get involved in an unpleasant feeling or mood such as depression, anger, rage, distress, jealousy, hurt, anxiety, fear, loneliness?
  • Do you find it difficult to feel your emotions?

Addiction problems / habits

  • Do you have problems with food intake so that you suffer from obesity, bulimia or anorexia, for example? "Do you fight with yourself" regarding what you eat or how much you should eat?
  • Do you feel overly dependent on smoking, drinking, sex, relationships, money, things or anything else?
  • Do you have "nervous" mannered habits like chewing your fingers or fingernails, drumming on the table, a "nervous laugh" etc.?


  • Do you feel bad when you realize that someone else is doing something better than you? Do you feel driven to look the best, to have the best/most, to be the most popular, etc.?
  • Do you find it hard to ask for something? Do you usually do what others do, even if you don't like it? Do you sometimes say that you are of the same opinion as others, even if that is not true?
  • Is your attention usually focused on pleasing others? Do you do things for others at your own expense? Are you willing to do anything for others to get their love and applause?
  • Are you afraid of being abandoned?
  • Do you find it difficult to trust other people? Do you often accuse other people of bad motives? Do you see only a few people as "good people"?
  • Is it very important for you that others think positively about you? Do you feel tempted to bend the truth or even to lie so that others retain a positive image of you?
  • Do you feel tempted to be dishonest in order to get what you want from others?

Self image

  • Do you find it difficult to accept yourself unless you are "perfect"?
  • Are you overly critical of your own behaviour when you make small mistakes?
  • Do you think you are better than other people and do you look down on others?
  • Do you think you are inferior to others and do you look up to them?
  • Are you ashamed of yourself or your behaviour?
  • Would you like to strengthen your self-esteem?
  • Do you feel like you don't know who you are?

Other categories

  • Do you suffer from a physical illness which you suspect may be related to unexpressed emotions or stress?
  • Are you a victim of physical, sexual, mental or emotional abuse or of past or present maltreatment?
  • Do you often suffer from inner conflicts?
  • Do you suffer from obsessive thoughts about something?

Overview: Ten steps to Core Transformation

Ten steps to Core Transformation

Step 1.

Select a part to work with: Experience the part, acknowledge it as belonging to you and welcome it.

Step 2.

Discover the intention / the first intended result: Ask the part: "What do you want?"

Step 3.

Discover the results chain: Ask your part: "If you have fully achieved [the intended result of the previous step], what do you want to achieve by doing something even more important? Repeat as often as necessary.]

Step 4.

The core state: Reaching the inner source: Take a moment to enjoy your core state.

Step 5.

Revise the chain of results with the help of the core state.

  • General: Invite your part to consider: "If you have [the core state] as a beginning, as a way of being in the world, how does this change the situation?"
  • Specifically: "How does the [core state] already established as a state of being transform, enrich and radiate the [intended result]? (Repeat with all intended results.)
  • Transforming the original context: "How does the [core state], already established as a state of being, transform your experience of [the context in which you have been living]?".

Step 6.

Let one part grow up.

  • "How old are you?"
  • "Would you like to enjoy the benefits of developing through time to your present age, with [Core State] fully present?"
  • Develop the part from its age through time to your present age, with [Core State] present at every moment of time.

Step 7.

Integrate the part completely into your own body: Pay attention to where your part is now and let it flow into your body and flow through it completely so that [core state] penetrates every cell.

Step 8.

Revise the results chain with the help of the adult part. The part is completely in your body (general, specific, original context).

Step 9.

Look for opposing parts: "Does any part of me object to having [core state] as a way of being in the world now? (Guide any opposing parts, and any parts that are also connected to the current problem, through the first eight steps of the process before you go any further).

Step 10.

Generalisation of the Time Line.

  • Visualise your timeline and let yourself drift back into your past until just before your conception. As your core state shines through your being, move forward through time and let [core state] colour and transform every moment of experience to the present.
  • Visualise that you are moving along the same path into the future, and note that this too is coloured by the presence of the [Core State].
  • Complete this generalisation of the timeline several times, each time faster.

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