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Title: Think about it. What do you do when those feelings that you don’t want to feel come up?
Author: Fraser Trevor
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We open up each Tuesday afternoon with an our letting go session and then we go into a funny and irreverent talk about child within re...
We open up each Tuesday afternoon with an our letting go session and then we go into a funny and irreverent talk about child within recovery, the child with-ins journey and then teach ourselves how to talk to our child in loving kindness. It’s actually really simple – and so profound as each week we complete a short version of the stages.

What’s incredible is that we haven’t developed the skill to literally talk to our child.
After years of one-on-one mentoring we have developed a process that almost immediately introduces us to our child within and our intuition – It’s real, practical and works every time its called The Ten Stages.


Facilitating this process one-on-one, in our retreats, online, and all over the world – one of the things We’ve come to understand is that we are not very good at feeling our own feelings.




And, if we do feel our feelings –there’s a TON of judgment around it. Rare is the person who allows themselves to feel without any judgment.



We’ve been raised to believe that negative thinking and fear and all unwanted emotions are bad, unspiritual and basically wrong.



But we disagree. Nothing could be further from the truth. It is through feeling our negative feelings, allowing our fear to be named – that we begin to set our child within free.



They say that Love is the opposite of fear – but I think that the lack of self-acceptance is the opposite of Love. When we accept ourselves and whatever we may be feeling – allow that feeling to be fully expressed with as little judgment as possible – that we are just allowing energy to move through our body – then we take a massive step towards real recovery transformation.



It’s incredible how much time, energy and money we spend to not feel.



Think about it. What do you do when those feelings that you don’t want to feel come up?

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