19 Feb 2020
We often feel that dredging up the past can be that rope that keeps us tied down, but, actually that feeling can be that light to carry us through to find ourselves free from our pain.
Today I’m going to share with you the techniques I use with all my clients to help them find the positive side to dredging up the past.
Labour of Love Technique for the week:
Find that reoccurring moment in your past that you can’t seem to let go of.
Feel the emotions
Release those feels, let it all out and don’t hold back.
SAY: I WILL NO LONGER LET THIS HOLD ME BACK.
REMEMBER, LET GO, AND KNOW THIS HAS MADE YOU WHO YOU ARE, AND YOU ARE A BETTER PERSON FOR IT.
We get trapped in the haze of our past, but we have to remember that we got through it, and we are still here. Our past should not hold a negative connotation because it makes us who we are, that light, that power that helps us to move forward. We are a survivor, we can, and we will see the light at the end of the tunnel.
Thank you for taking the time to do this exercise, and I hope these weekly exercises are giving you the tools you need to empower yourself to live your life in all its possibilities by your own design.
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Cheryl Besner – LifeStyle Strategist
EMPOWERING you to live by your own design.
Certified Relationship Expert / Author / Pro-Speaker / reTreat Facilitator. For expert advice on love, relationship, dating and coaching on how to reach your full potential email me at firstname.lastname@example.org