The only way we heal and become truly stronger and greater than we were before is by surrendering to our emotional pain, being willing to unconditionally hear its full messages, view and be freely present in its memories, and accept what’s real – the real meaning of the last stage of grief.
We are all heroes, say all great ancient spiritual traditions, or we wouldn’t be here adventuring and evolving on the earth plane. Whether we talk about designated recovery from addictions, trauma, self-healing, empowerment, therapeutic intervention, they all, to me and actually Carl Jung as part of his definition of archetypes, challenge us to become who we truly are – heroes.
You Can Change Your Story After You Discover It How many stories have you lived in your life? I do so much key therapeutic work in my practice focusing on establishing with clients what presents as the real meaning to uncovering identity, history, and real choice as the elements to self-healing and development around telling …
Over and over again in my work with clients, we uncover what is an overwhelmingly common core conflict. It always comes down to fundamentally not accepting yourself.
From this awareness we then link and understand that this is delusional and bullying behavior that sets the stage for further violating, blaming, victimizing, rationalizing, and addictive responses.
Can Self-Acceptance Be the Key to Becoming Whole?
Willing to be Led Toward Your Heart: Centering Poems for Self-Healing and Development Price: $15.97 + $1.50 first-class shipping This is How and Why I Offer Centering Tools I have loved and written poetry since I first entered college, that being the first time I felt free and empowered enough within myself to dare to …