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Can two hurting, wounded, baggage laden individuals really come together and create a strong, vibrant, and successful relationship? Join me again as we look at dating in the 21st Century. Number 3 in our 6 part series on dating will address "Relationship Readiness". Are you really ready to date? Are you ready for a romantic relationship? We will address what kind of relationship preparation needs to happen, and the different elements and characteristics that may determine your relationship readiness quotient.
This show could provide a big key of awareness to assist your recovery from narcissistic abuse.
During this show you will learn the difference between accepting our woundedness, and the ability to BE with our inner wounds, rather than immediately seek to ‘fix’ them.
This show is a sharing of my personal experience in becoming comfortable with my inner vulnerabilities and ability to self-soothe. I hope this grants you inspiration to be able to achieve the same!
Join us in our last show on "When Church Hurts" series. We will discuss what happens after the pain. Where is the "safest place" to go when you can't go to church.
Find out what's the thin-line between believing and belief
Learn the psychological affects of emotional and spritual abuse, that has caused spiritual woundedness.
Join us to discuss these and other topics exposing church leadership of traditions, legalism and erroneous teachings.
My experience with folks that don't observe boundaries is that we need to let them know they have crossed them; otherwise they don't get the opportunity to learn how they are being harmful.
I used to think that as a deeply spiritual person I needed to turn the other cheek…that I was reflecting the divinity in myself by allowing them to be hurtful, telling myself they were having a bad day, "beaming unconditional love at them". As I have grown spiritually, I am learning that allowing others to be hurtful violates the number one divine law that I learned, which is "Do No Harm", and that allowing others to harm ME means I am violating that law.
I have also observed that giving someone feedback about how they have crossed a boundary gives them the opportunity to correct their behavior, and if they are truly wanting to heal themselves, and opportunity to go inward to see why they are driven to cross boundaries in the ways they do. But it doesn’t happen unless I let them know they were hurtful to me.
I let some people in my life hurt me for a very long time because I was “too spiritual” to say anything about their trespasses. I wasn't creating any urgency for them to heal. I was actually contributing to their woundedness by not setting any limits. In co-dependency terms, this is called “enabling”. As I began to cherish my well being, and set limits when they crossed healthy boundaries, my life began to improve.
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We will be interviewing Ross Bishop, author of the insightful book "Healing the Shadow."
Healing The Shadow is about helping people heal their inner
woundedness and step into the light. It brings into a modern
context, thousands of years of shamanic healing practice.
in Self Help
If you've ever felt dissatisfied in your romantic relationships in the past, then read on. In the past it was common for couples to attract each other through their pain and traumatic past experiences. We call that attraction through woundedness. However, the new paradigm in relationships is being two whole people coming together to create something new and joyous. So it is less about filling a "need" and more about giving from who we truly are. Please join Dr. Karen as she interviews spiritual healer and counselor Patricia Lee Jones on how we can attract healthier happier relationships based on joy rather than on neediness.
Not only that, the old relationship dynamic of "sharing all your your feelings" with your partner will be examined and re-tooled into the new paradigm of healthy conscious communication.
Does the vocation you choose in life and the work that it brings you to do have any bearing on healing the woundedness in your life? Join Lori and Alice as they explore this question and several others in their discussion of Abraham Vergehese's novel "Cutting for Stone".
We all handle hurt differently, but it all leads to the same result; existing instead of truly living; misery instead of joy.
Join Frank and Blondie Clayton in a life altering discussion on sources of hurt, symptoms and how to release yourself from the chains of past hurts.
Are you wondering why your relationships aren't working? Are you stuck in the same old pattern? What would your relationships be like if you released what no longer serves you? What would your life be like if you let go of the woundedness in your heart? You deserve to experience open, loving and conscious relationships in your life. It's time to manifest and create these types of relationships now. Linda Galvan (http://thespiritualintuitive.wordpress.com), Barbara Bailey (www.AwakenYourFire.com) and Shirley Norwood (www.ShirleyNorwood.com) share ways to heal your relationships.
Awakening in Austin showcases the diverse and powerful community of holistic, metaphysical and energy practitioners in and around Austin, and brings the best of their knowledge to you. Awakening In Austin is a project of http://HigherSelfEnterprises.com and hosted by Sara Pencil Blumenfeld. To be interviewed, recommend someone be interviewed, or comment on the show, please email email@example.com.
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