Group ThetaHealing Session #14; Learning How to Ask Without Anger

by | Nov 13, 2020 | Meditations

Almost everyone I know struggles with being direct and clear when making requests of those around them. Most people I know oscillate between feeling hurt that their needs are not being met (whether they’ve communicated those needs or not)or harbor anger and resentment that people aren’t getting it which ends up as a  messy communication in which the other person is still not sure what you’re asking of them! Why do we do this?  Unmet needs in childhood? Lack of confidence/worthiness?  Not wanting to hurt someone’s feelings?
Like most unconscious and repetitive behavior the answer lies in our beliefs about what is and is not okay about us.How might we learn to ask with love? To know the difference between a request and a command? To know how to cultivate honesty that breeds oxygen without being hurtful to our families, friends and communities?
A healthy culture is going to be one in which all beings feel they have a right to express themselves, and to know how to express themselves in a way that keeps love intact. Let’s unpack it together 🙂 

I started doing donation based group work at the beginning of covid to stay connected to people and with the desire to offer something in a universally strange and challenging time.  These are not polished, edited productions but simple recordings of the group work I've been doing most Friday's @ 3:00.

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