Delicious Questions: 6 of 6
Question: I am good at forgiving others but not myself.
Answer: I love you, but I don’t believe you. We can never give another what we can’t give ourselves. You may ‘think’ you can forgive others, yet I bet it’s more a form of understanding or coherent thinking that they did their best… yet it’s not a deep embodied form of unconditional love and compassion only possible when we can forgive ourselves to the core…
This process can happen in a breathe. And several clients renew their 6 sessions for we make progress, but this self forgiveness is the BIGGEST sticking point to their freedom AND their capacity to find their beloved.
Here are some questions to get you unraveling this block in your life:
What’s the value of being right that you are a bad wrong person? How does that serve you? What belief does that keep in place about who you are?
What’s the value of getting attention as a victim, unwilling to love yourself?
Could it be a survival mechanism in place to keep you busy so you don’t have to live your purpose and risk living fully?
Is it a safety mechanism in place for you to stay in control and not embrace the unknown, a life where you let yourself risk, live, expand, evolve and grow?
Do you feel an addictive hit of adrenaline when you are righteous about how wrong you are? Are you addicted to being not enough? Are you willing to end the addiction?
These are intense questions, yes? Yup, I go right to the core and pull the main root that’s causing all the pain… I do so tenderly, with great love and compassion, yet also fierce truth for you are not broken, you are limitless… and I also add humor… for once the wounded part of you feels validated and not mocked… there is great humor in our experiences in Life… and laughter is great medicine for healing.
These are my men’s series of sessionswww.gethertosayyes.com/sixpack
These are my women’s series of sessions https://allanapratt.com/product/feminine-empowerment-group-coaching/
Isn’t it time you set YOU free?