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Life is a series of relationships. Since birth you have been making connections that fulfill your basic emotional needs. Here are five keys to help you flourish in relationships: attention, acceptance, affection, appreciation and allowing.
"How people treat you is their karma; how you react is yours." ~ Wayne Dyer
When you give another person your undivided attention they feel seen and heard. Acceptance means you recognize the truth and act accordingly. Giving affection creates a bond that strengthens your connection. Showing your appreciation elevates your relationship to a higher level. Allowing opens the door to unconditional love. Combine all five parts and you have the essential ingredients for a healthy relationship.
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“When you get to a place where you understand that love and belonging, your worthiness, is a birthright and not something you have to earn, anything is possible.” ~ Brene Brown
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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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Enjoy your Thriving Thursday!
Choose one relationship you would like to focus on for today. The first person that pops into your mind is probably the one that needs attention.
Start by closing your eyes, and imagine that person in front of you. Breathe in and as you breathe out send love from your heart to their heart. Continue to do this throughout the day and be aware of how you feel. If you see or talk to that person, notice the difference in your connection, continue sending them love while you’re listening, and speak from your heart.
One of the most basic human needs of the heart is attention. When you give another person your full attention you are helping to fulfill that need. Just make sure the attention you give is positive rather than negative.
Watch this short video of Dr. Harville Hendrix on relationships: https://youtu.be/tlRy1w5CrZU
After you watch the video share what you learned by emailing me at: [email protected].
Have a thriving Thursday!
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