PSYCH-K® and Shadow Energetics are energy psychology techniques which allow us to effectively shift our beliefs at a subconscious level. Shadow Energetics also works with our emotions and shadow traits to become whole and more heart centred by being able to accept ourselves and others unconditionally.
What is going on when our children seem judgmental of some of the things we do? As parents, we act as mirrors to them, just as they are reflections for us. It is uncomfortable to be at the receiving end of their projections but we need to keep in mind that this is not about us, as much as it feels that way, but it is about what our children have learned to disown; and we may even have taught them to disown that particular trait or energy.
All long-term relationships go through stages. The honeymoon phase makes way to a more challenging stage and from that stage we can advance into the mature love stage. When we learn how to deal with adversity and with our triggers an empowered relationship is the result.
The sisters Elinor and Marianne in “Sense and Sensibility” are each others opposites and learn to embrace a more balanced approach to life only through great heart ache. Where in your life are you out of balance? Integrating your shadows moves you into wholeness, into living a more balanced and fulfilling life.
When we embrace our shadows, we work towards a “happily ever after” in all our relationships. Integrating our shadows moves us into wholeness, into unconditional love of ourselves. As we release our judgments and projections, we develop a natural compassion towards others. It gives us and them permission to be our authentic selves.
Doing our inner work is like working away on a beaver dam that blocks the flow of the river of our consciousness. This dam represents all our obstructions and blocks due to our limiting beliefs, fears, emotions and shadows. With each piece of debris we pull out, the river can flow better and we become more whole.
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?
Have you ever been triggered by somebody else being “so ungrateful”? Maybe a child that seemed to be “so spoiled”? I have. For the longest time, that used to be one of my biggest triggers—until I understood something about myself and about gratitude.