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Title: Burning and releasing at the ten stages anger mismanagement workshops
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“Burning and releasing at the stages workshop” is a way for the child within to clear past coping strategies, that we just don’t n...

“Burning and releasing at the stages workshop” is a way for the child within to clear past coping strategies, that we just don’t need any more, and understand the consequences of our child with-ins angry outbursts.

Although the guilt, shame and fears we've accumulated since childhood, over many years, can seem tolerable to live with, it’s extremely unnecessary, not to mention unconsciously plays a huge role in holding us back from contact with our hidden child and our newly formed liberty. .

Can we run away from the past? Of course not, but we can learn to understand our anger and hurt.

However, if we can reconnect to our child within, in a non-judgemental and loving way, then we can clear and understand all of the paranoia, defending, fixing and dwelling and dissociation.

Before this process begins, let’s centre ourselves with the stages letting go meditation.

Repeat after me: “We are valued. we are safe. We are am worthy of our freedom. We are worthy of our new insightful, tranquil life.”

1. Grab a pen, piece of paper and lighter.

2. Find a quiet, clean, peaceful space that feels comforting and safe enough to be completely honest.

3. Write on the top of the page, “We Burn…”

4. Write down everything that needs to be burned.

It could be:

Past Situations. Link it up to the emotion that it creates when we think about it. (“We burn the shame that we have from being caught cheating.”)

A power that we gave a certain person over us. (It’s important to make this all about us. Joey didn't make us feel ashamed, upset/small, slutty or belittled. We gave Joey the power to make us feel that way. “We burn the power that the child within has over our present. We burn our need for our child withins need for approval, and the way we feel on edge around our child.”)

Negative emotions that we have towards others or situations. (“We burn all anger that we feel towards our parents and significant others.” “We burn our hatred that we have towards religions we were forced to worship.”)

Limiting beliefs. (“WE burn our thoughts that we aren't smart enough to recover”)

Fears. (“We burn our fear of starting new.”)

Our unknown negative emotions from childhood are lying in our subconscious, unconsciously affecting our present (“We burn our fears, shame or guilt inside of me that doesn't serve us any-more.”)

5. Find a safe place to burn this. It could be over a barbecue grill, over the sink, or a fire-resistant container.
6. Read the paper out loud then burn, baby, burn!

As it’s burning say a little prayer that as it burns, it is turned into light, love, space, freedom, we name it! Take a deep breath, and enjoy the new freedom from the bondage of dissociation and our parentally controlled life.

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