From the moment we are conceived we start to form a picture of who we are and what the world is like from the input we receive from the environment around us. It is like there is a blank canvas on an easel beside us and every time someone interacts with us or around us they pick up a brush and add a colour or texture to our canvas. There comes a time when we take this canvas off the easel and hang it in front of our mirror and say “this is who I am”, from this moment this is what we see every time we look in the mirror. We then take our canvas and hold it out in front of us and say “this is how the world is”, this becomes the landscape of our lives, the lens through which we view everything. We continuously seek evidence to support our landscape in what people say and do, we create life experiences that reinforce what we have been programmed to believe is true. Relandscaping is an opportunity take down the canvas, start to unravel the stories embedded there and see it for what it really is, a fairy-tale from our childhood. Through this in-depth exploration of core beliefs, habitual behaviour patterns and reactive triggers, a place of understanding can be reached. With newfound clarity an opportunity exists to begin creating our own canvas, to consciously choose our experiences and to be released from the aspects of ourselves that keep us trapped in repetitive patterns.