How many times have you found yourself over the moon with excitement about a new love in your life, just to find yourself on the floor in the fetal position with a broken heart, disappointed and disillusioned? I understand because I've experienced that repeated cycle of profound pain in my own life – until I made another decision.
Why does it happen?
The reason we relive the same experience over and over again in different relationships is because we bring the same core beliefs we hold about ourselves to the party.
We have subconsciously wired ourselves for disappointment and pain, and based on that hard wiring of our dominant beliefs/core wounds, we write the same script for a different scene in a never-ending loop.
How does it happen?
It’s important to go back to the very beginning: your relationship with your parents, siblings and teachers. But more specifically, look at the first relationship you had with a boy or girl as a teenager. What happened to you, how did you feel and what beliefs did you take on about yourself at that time?
I'd like to welcome you to Soul Recovery, a curriculum of twelve practices I used to heal myself of a particularly serious addiction, and that ultimately birthed the writing of the book of the same name. What I've learned, in applying and sharing this material in workshops, training and private sessions over the past 10 years, is that the very same approach I used to heal myself of smoking cocaine—apply to issues far beyond just alcohol or substance dependence.
You see, the reason that we obsess about a drug, a relationship, a job, or anything else, is that we have lost sight of the keys to our happiness. Through our life experience, we have "re-engineered" ourselves to believe that we are unworthy and incapable of being truly happy and truly fulfilled.
And that just isn't true!
We are entitled to feel as whole as we really are, and I've discovered that there is actually something we can do about that.
"Ester's life is one of transformation and redemption. In her hauntingly honest narrative about a life transformed and heartbreak transcended, she gives readers the 12 Keys to do this in their own lives."
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