Healthy, loving and empowered relationships sit on four strong pillars: the relationship we have with ourselves, the relationship with others, the relationship between couples and the relationship with our divinity.
Anger is a strong protective emotion, but it is only like the tip of an iceberg. If we want to shift anger, we need to ask what more vulnerable emotions and unmet needs are hiding under the surface.
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.
We come into this world open, loving and unguarded, until we learn to protect ourselves. Reconnecting with our true essence simply means reopening our heart to love. It means unity with others, with other people, with nature, with the source of life with all there is.
Sometimes an experience, especially a traumatic one, leaves an emotion behind in our body. Instead of simply experiencing the feeling and moving through it, the energy of the emotion becomes trapped in the physical body. These trapped emotions can cause disruptions in our relationships, as well as physical pain, dysfunction and even disease.
If you leave a print of your five fingers on a glass or a mirror, you see five separate dots. On the level of the glass, your fingers appear to be completely unattached to each other. However, on the higher level of our three-dimensional perception, we can see that all five fingers are connected to…