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Title: Recognising our own interior voice blaming and shaming, judging and creating stories of victimisation and pointing outwards
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Recognising our own interior voice blaming and shaming, judging and creating stories of victimisation and pointing outwards away from the ...
Recognising our own interior voice blaming and shaming, judging and creating stories of victimisation and pointing outwards away from the our traumas to convince us that our pain has nothing to do with needing to heal our Child Within.

This is the power that keeps us attached to and obsessing about the very person or thing that you are sustaining damage from, and this is the pain body that will tell you any “story,” any “excuse” and any “justification” to think and operate in a way that will generate more and more pain in our life.

This is the power that convinces us to impulsively go for quick fixes and / or blaming, to try to relieve the pain – yet this only generates more damage in our life.
 our false self is the power that keeps you separated from recovery – and ensures we will never achieve our full recovery .

In real life terms this means our false constructed self stands between our experiencing true expansion, full flourishing, genuine unconditionally loving connections, and our highest potential and our greatest joy.

Because when you do – the false self can not exist with us.
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