Satori Wisdom ~ I Am Integrating All Parts of Myself

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You have known, disowned, and unknown parts of yourself that must be accepted to experience wholeness. At the core of your being is who you really are. All other aspects are fragmented parts of your personality that need to be integrated. 
“Wholeness is not achieved by cutting off a portion of one’s being, but by integration of the contraries.”Carl Jung
Integrating the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual aspects of yourself is essential in becoming a fully realized human being. Within these four dimensions there are parts that need to be acknowledged, appreciated, accepted and included for you to thrive. 
In the physical dimension there are many parts to your body. For integration to occur at this level it’s important to get to know your whole body, especially the parts that are hurting, injured or ill. Acknowledging what is trying to get your attention is the basis of self-healing. 
The mental dimension consists of both positive and negative thoughts and beliefs. You may appreciate uplifting thoughts and beliefs while disowning the ones that bring you down. Integration begins by appreciating your mind's ability to create your reality. 
Within the emotional dimension there are repressed parts of yourself that need to be accepted. Guilt and shame can exist at this level without even knowing it and wreak havoc on your relationships. Accept your shadow side so that you can release toxic energy and restore balance through integration.
In the spiritual dimension there are divine parts of yourself that need to be included. If these parts are rejected you may feel lost and confused as you try to navigate the material world. You can integrate your divine nature by implementing a daily spiritual practice into your life. 
In a world of duality you can expect to see polar opposites, even within yourself. Pretending they don’t exist gives them more power. For instance, if you were taught that expressing anger was wrong you could have a lot of anger stored inside of you that leaks out in inappropriate ways. Integration leads to healthy emotional expression. 
Although you may identify with your primary personality you also have many sub-personalities that can cause inner conflict and inconsistencies. For example: one part of you may want to work hard to be successful while another part wants to relax and enjoy life. Integrating both parts creates a sense of wholeness.

With love and light,

Carol Gutzeit

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