There are very sticky 'unseen energetic' bonds which tie an abuser to their victim, pulling the victim back over and over again, as if they are tied to their persecutor with an elastic band. It takes a great deal of will-power to extricate oneself from such a toxic relationship.
Have you experienced, or do you still experience, unfair, humiliating treatment from people in your life? Maybe your partner, a friend, someone at work, a parent, or even a child?
I cannot tell you how common this is. Every day around the world, hundreds of thousands of people are being downtrodden, taken advantage of and abused. It's an epidemic.
Just yesterday I saw a post from someone sharing their excitement about a new project they had taken...
EVERY client I have ever worked with who has had a chronic illness, has either had unresolved TRAUMA or ABUSE in their history. The result of this is a lack of healthy self-worth, self-esteem, self-confidence etc, plus a host of unhealthy beliefs about self, plus a host of unhealthy ways of looking after oneself, all of which lead to such a state of 'dis-ease' and disharmony inside the body that it has NO CHOICE BUT TO CREATE SYMPTOMS in its cries for help and change.
As I was listening to her explain the 'dominator vs partnership' model, I could see that the intensely traumatic experience I had just been through mirrored exactly what the collective consciousness is going through at large: a transition from male energy domination and control to the gentleness and respect of the feminine.
Recently I listened to a podcast from a colleague of mine, Lucia Rene, who has spent her life investigating the transition from patriarchal to...
The heart and the gut never lie (thank goodness) - they always speak the truth, whereas the head brain has learned very well to rational-lies away the unacceptable behaviour of the narcissist.