THE PROCESS OF RECOVERY OF
YOUR TRUE SELF
- Admitting that you are powerless to change your compulsive
and addictive behaviours (co-dependency, alcoholism, drug or substance
abuse, dysfunctional behaviour patterns) without some help.
- Committing yourself to learning to identify the unresolved
issues you learned from your family or origin.
- Learning to recognize your family patterns as they occur
in your present relationship.
- Learning to feel and express completely the repressed
and/or denied feelings from your childhood.
- Developing a new understanding of what really happened
to you as a child.
- Developing new feelings connected to what happened to
you as a child.
- Learning to take responsibility for your new thoughts
and feelings. This means taking charge of your life
and no longer expecting someone else to do it.
- Developing a new picture of your family of origin and
your role in that family without feelings of hurt or condemnations.
- Feeling compassion for your parents and for yourself
as imperfect human beings.
- Accepting your parents and yourself just the way that
you and they are.
- Forgiving your parents and yourself. This means to give
back to them what is rightfully theirs and give back to yourself
what is rightfully yours.
- Restoring the wholeness of your mind, body and spirit
through the connection with your true self.
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