As Louise Hay taught us, upper respiratory illnesses are related to too much going on at once, mental confusion, disorder or small hurts. If you have a cold or even the flu right now and you feel up to exploring the emotional and mental side of these physical symptoms, you might want to ask yourself: What was going on just before it started? What was going on in your life that was perhaps “too much”, “overwhelming”, “confusing”, “chaotic” or “hurtful”?
What is often in the way of truly loving our parents is that we have unrealistic expectations of them. Instead of accepting them the way they are, we want picture perfect parents. What if sometimes they are as lost as we are? What if they don’t always act in a way that we admire? Some subconscious belief changes can help us in meeting our parent eye-to-eye.
Once, there are conflicts, that’s the beginning of the end of a relationship—or is it? The former assumption is a misconception. Conflicts are necessary and healthy in relationships, especially when we have learned how to work through them successfully. What determines whether we can create a safe and happy long-term relationship with our partner? How do our subconscious beliefs and missing relationship skills affect our partnerships?
What keeps us stuck in a feeling of “unworthiness”, of “being a failure”, is not the mistake we have made but the lack of self-forgiveness and self-compassion. The feeling of “not being good enough” has its foundation in shame. The only way out of that swamp of shame and fear is through self-love and self-acceptance.
I ask, “How are you?” She replies, “Not that great. I have been feeling really down for the last two weeks. It all feels futile. I have failed in so many ways.”
The “I’m not good enough” story is almost universal. It is our default program but there is something we can do to alleviate this Inner Critic voice.
Have you ever tried to change your beliefs through affirmations alone? We usually need many repetitions to create lasting changes. There are more effective ways of rewriting subconscious belief programs.
Have you read „The Secret“? What “The Secret” doesn’t mention is different areas of influence which are holding us back from manifesting what we truly want and how to clear out the blocks in regards to those areas.
What options do you have when you find yourself in a relationship with a narcissist? The narcissist could be your friend or co-worker, your boss, a family member or your partner. What does it take to go “no contact”; what does it take to stay and shift the relationship with the narcissist?