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We should always be mindful of the items we choose to carry around as we travel through our seasons.
Ladies, sometimes you can be so confused and messed up from a past toxic relationship. You will find yourself looking at the new guy and seeing the old guy within him.
Carrying that baggage over into another man’s territory is a huge mistake. Before entering another relationship make sure the mind is unclogged from the damage and pain the other man caused. That way you won’t take up good space with toxic waste.
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What is your final destination? How many bags will you be checking? These are words frequently heard as one travels. Whether by train, plane or bus, carriers always want to know; where are you going? And how much stuff are you taking with you?
Our question is Do you know where you are going and what are you taking with you? Can you afford to take all of that?
Well, just as you must know the answer when you're traveling naturally, even so you must know where you're going and what you are taking with you spiritually and emotionally. You must understand this naturally, spiritually and emotionally in order to pack effectively for the journey. Especially as you move forward in your life's relationships and ministry.
Join me and my guest tonight; my friend Prophetess Latrice Leak as we explore the baggage claim department of this season. Tongiht you will discover what things you will need and what things you must choose to leave behind. Those things that are absolutley prohibited for where you are going and those things that are too costly to take with.
Join the discussion tonight and learn what is essential and what is non essential to take with you for where you want to go. Dial in to dialogue with us 347-843-4967, or join my chat room discussion at www.angministries.com go to the radio show.
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Seemingly most people are carrying some form of emotional baggage from previous relationships, childhood, and our respective life’s experiences in general. We will all have our respective ‘levels of awareness’ to our baggage as well. Often people are oblivious to their emotional baggage, while some people may be more aware.
What type of affect does carrying Emotional Baggage have on our relationships? What are some steps that can be taken to get rid of Emotional Baggage? How sensitive are we to the Emotional Baggage of others?
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No matter the size of the baggage, we all have it and it will affect the way we are in new relationships. Dating and relationships can be frustrating and, often, downright painful. What single hasn't dreamt of a fairy dating coach swooping in to help her let go of baggage and find the happy, healthy relationship she craves?
Practice releasing regrets: When a relationship ends, it’s tempting to dwell on what you did wrong or what you could have done differently. This might seem productive—like you can somehow change things by rehashing it. You can’t. All dwelling does is cause you to suffer. When you start revisiting the past in your head, pull yourself into the moment. Focus on the good things in your current situation: the friends who are there for you and the lessons you’ve learned that will help you with future relationships.
Let yourself feel: Losing a relationship can feel like a mini-death, complete with a grieving process. First, you’re shocked and in denial. You don’t believe it’s over and you hold out hope. Next, you feel hurt and guilty. You should have done things differently. If you did you wouldn’t be in this pain. Then, you feel angry and maybe even start bargaining. It would be different if you gave it a second go. You wouldn’t be so insecure, defensive, or demanding. Then you might feel depressed and lonely as it hits you how much you’ve lost.
We will be discussing some personal issues, and how these issues showed up in our relationship because they were unaddressed and believed to be relationship survival skills. We all have out dated relationship beliefs that hinder our abilty to walk in love, because we don't realize what it is that we are doing that is wrong. When our primary focus is on the other persons in our relationshiips, we can readily see what is wrong with them, and even blame them for our own behavior. In order to learn how to operate in love, we must find out the kind of personal baggage we bring into relationshiips. These issues have to be exposed so we will no longer continue to do what love insists that we stop doing.
This is about when you dget with someone because they have money ut find out that along with the money comes a whole set of issues that a erson may have. Maybe they're needy or clingy. Maybe they're abusive. Maybe they are just bat shit crazy. Nothing in life is free.
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Of all the coaches and practitioners that we have worked with and mentored, it has been a rare occurance that they have charged too much or their fees were too high. The predominant situation is that these practitioners undercut themselves, and give away their time and energy for less than they should out of self-doubt and fear. Being scared of a client making an off comment about their fees or concerned that the potential client will simply saying no to working with them, can bring up all kinds of old negative memories and experiences. Your fees, and how aligned you are with those numbers is a potent source of tapping material and a very important issue to find resonance with,
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