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By jona bryndis, Dec 12 2017 05:21AM

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Self-worth issues, mental looping, self-doubt & judgment, disappointment, judgment, endless struggle etc. are all parts of our wounded ego and signs of our inner separation from our Source. They imply that our power lies outside of us, and that others or the world is responsible for our deep inner disconnection, which is not the case.


If we are able to feel a true inner connection with our Energetic Being - and with it our Divine Nature - only once - we can begin to understand that it's not our wounds that cause our pain, but our identification with it!


Without being aware of it we’ve unconsciously given away the power to feel whole from within, and thus strive (or became dependent) for validation from the outside. As a consequence of externalizing out inner power we feel cut off and empty - lonely and separated from life.


Externalizing our inner higher power is the focal point of our self-healing journey. It can allow us to recover the remembrance of SOURCE from within us and guides on on how to overcome our pain of inner separation through emotional integration and healing our fragmented soul through claiming our wholeness (holiness).


By jona bryndis, Mar 6 2015 04:14PM


Remote Women's Healing Circle February 2015: Reflection and Q&A


We all have our own version of what we perceive the masculine spirit to be...and our first experience of this is our own Fathers. So what was your experience here? Was he there at all? Was he harsh and unkind? Was he wimpy? Or was he perfect in your eyes, seeming to do no wrong? This is the original concept we have in our mind of how men are, and it is a difficult one to transcend especially if we were hurt or have no reference at all for a father in our lives because they simply weren't there.


So, we went into what we love about men instead. What do you love about men? Can you make a list? Do you love their strength, single-mindedness, tenderness?

An interesting point Jona brought up at this point was that what we say we often love about men is also what we say annoys us to no end about them...and often causes relationship problems with them.


So how do we go past all this? What is the point, anyway?


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