Monthly Archives: September 2012
The space between our primary self and its disowned self is called the “aware ego”. It’s role is to be a non-judgmental witness and mediator between the two opposite selves.
Our “disowned selves” were created to protect us from the emotional pain of judgement and rejection. They are usually hidden from our awareness, and when discovered are usually the opposite side of our primary selves.
Our primary selves protect the vulnerable parts of ourselves from the painful experiences of judgement and rejection
Voice Dialogue is not about annihilating any part of us- rather it is a compassionate process that increases out ability to choose whose running our lives
What is common to our human experience is we are all born with a vulnerability to 3 essential needs:
Attention Approval Affection (Google “diff parts of our personality”)
Our subselves seem to be likes group of people living in the same dwelling. They each have different skills, jobs, ages, values, and needs, and may or may not know about, understand, like, and accept each other. They can ally, … Continue reading
Children raised in low-nurturance homes and families seem to develop up to six personality wounds which can significantly affect their lives
We have no control over the cards we were given- only what we choose to do with them. Courage is necessary to embrace our cards and follow a path of recovery and healing.
http://crossandcutlass.blogspot.com/2011/08/need-anchor-for-your-ship-in-storm.html?m=1 This hope we have as an anchor of the soul, both sure and steadfast, and which enters the Presence behind the veil Hebrews 6:19 Well, most of us know that an anchor is that huge iron hook that is … Continue reading