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Letting Go With Love: Healing Codependency In Our Relationships

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In a past broadcast, Healing Your Way To A Soulmate Relationship, Jillian and Wayne dicussed the dynamic of codepencence in our mate relationships.  In this broadcast, we will be taking that a step further to include our familial and friendship relationships.  SoulFullHeart offers that the predominate fuel that runs the modern family is the false self’s need for familiarity, security, structure, comfort, tradition, and routine.  This runs so deep in our subconscious that, when felt into, it garners much resistance and animosity when confronted.  This has been the most controversial and misunderstood aspect of what we are bringing about the SoulFullHeart way of life.

Our friendships may have more resonance with who we truly are as we choose and grow into them, rather than being born into them.  However, these relationships too, especially those years long, have subconcious agreements that neither will change too much as to outgrow the bond.  The subscription to "we'll be friends no matter what," becomes the rallying cry of inhabiting it. 

Jillian, Wayne, and Christopher will share their personal relationships to their family and friends as well as how Soulfullheart advocates for healthy, open-hearted, conscious relationships.  They will discuss journaling with parts, sessions, and drawing self-loving boundaries that are necessary in  creating a sacred space for growth and embodiment of your authentic self.  In this process, there are times that we may have to let go of these relationships until there is a ground of resonance, transactablity, and relationality.  This is done with love and compassion for both parties.  Or we may find the birth of a new, deeper awareness without the unhealthy hooks and cultural dogma.