Balance is an integral part of a successful relationship. It’s up to you to heal your childhood wounds so that you can show up fully without emotional baggage. The best way to unpack your emotional baggage is to open it up, take a look at it, decide where it belongs, and stop wearing what no longer fits.
Abandonment, whether physical or emotional, can be the source of childhood wounds. Take a look at this short video on abandonment to determine if this is an emotional wound that needs healing: https://youtu.be/eTbII1ALDs0
After watching this video place your hands on your heart center, close your eyes, and breathe deeply, as you reassure your inner child that as an adult you will listen and take care of your own needs.
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Imagine crossing a bridge that takes you from fear to love. On the side of fear is where all of your limiting beliefs exist; on the side of love is where you wake up, transcend fear, step into your power, and become your authentic self.
Declare “I Am Transcending Fear” and reflect on these words from Aristotle: “He who has overcome his fears will truly be free.
Crossing the bridge from fear to love takes courage. It requires examining the fear (False Expectations Appearing Real) that has kept you on its side, and deciding if you want to stay there. Complete this sentence a few times: If I wasn’t afraid I would . . .
Fear of the unknown is actually fear of bringing the unpleasant parts of your past into your future. You can love the unknown by seeing it as a clean slate to create something brand new. It’s an opportunity to learn from the past by seeing where you got it wrong, and now you have a chance to get it right.
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