Jennifer Gremillion | HEALING RELATIONSHIPS
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HEALING RELATIONSHIPS

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HEALING RELATIONSHIPS

Dear Relational Readers,

We are meant to be in relationship – fully connected, fully whole, fully worthy.

Yet, we bring baggage into relationships. We bring shame, guilt, blame, judgment. We bring our demands and unmet expectations. We bring our wounds and fears. We bring our ego and conditioning. We even bring our karma. It is so easy to say, “The hell with this. I didn’t sign up for this.” And inevitably walk away. However, if we don’t learn the lesson, we bring it into our next relationship.

Relationships are our biggest tool for growth. And some relationships are easier than others. But our work here is the same . . . to heal these relationships. We are all in this world to unlearn fear and remember love. As we step into the light with love, compassion, forgiveness, and peace, the easier navigating relationships become.

We all have emotionally charged energy. And the more we give those negative charge emotions any attention, we continue the cycle of attracting more negatively charged emotions. Now, it’s easy to suppress emotions or repress emotions. But that pattern doesn’t set you up for success. It sets you up for depression, anger, bitterness and resentment.

It is better to feel the emotions and release them. And you can transmute the thoughts around the negative emotions to ones of love instead of fear. It’s a process, not an overnight success. But we are all works in progress seeking tools and guidance along our journey.

And talk about your emotions. Stand firm in your truth. Don’t let anyone dis-empower you or belittle you in any way. Honor your emotions by being courageous and speak up.

Go into the unhealed territory fearlessly. . .

We have unhealed relationships with ourselves.

We have unhealed relationships with our inner critic.

We have unhealed relationships with our inner child.

We have unhealed relationships with our dreams, goals, and spiritual aspirations.

We have unhealed relationships with our trauma.

We have unhealed relationships with our truth.

We have unhealed relationship with God.

We have unhealed relationships with other religions and cultures.

We have unhealed relationships with different political perspectives.

We have unhealed relationships with food.

We have unhealed relationships with body image.

We have unhealed relationships with self-esteem and self-worth.

We have unhealed relationships with sex.

We have unhealed relationships with animals.

We have unhealed relationships with our parents.

We have unhealed relationships with our family.

We have unhealed relationships with friends.

Do you see how many unhealed relationships we have? And this is a short list. This isn’t about condemnation. It’s about awareness. The only way to bring healing is to step into the darkness, however painful it may be. I assure you . . . it is a temporary stay.

You can see. You are aware. You are free!

May you step into those unhealed crevices and bring healing to them.

Relationships are the biggest tool for growth. And the first relationship that needs tending starts with yourself.

I’m for you. I believe in you. You got this!

Healing,
Jennifer

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