From Step 1 you may have already gained clarity and identified what is being experienced on the level of mind, body and emotions. Write down the situation that’s making you feel powerless. Let the words flow. Keep the pen moving until you’re satisfied with all the details.
Spare a few lines at the end of your ‘purge’ to re-evaluate the situation and write down the action steps to take that will bring you peace of mind and that honours your feelings and sense of self-worth.
3) Express your ‘Yes’ and your ‘No’.
Often this is the hardest part as it is the confrontation stage but this is also the stage at which you break free. Stand in your clarity and presence, which is your place of power and truth. Say Yes if there’s anything for you to take responsibility for and say No to the situation by expressing how you feel.
If the other party does not see reason or hold themselves accountable, walk away.
Keeping silent about your mistreatment contributes to the level of trauma held within the body – it is a form of self-violence. Your self-expression however firm or stern is a form of self-protection. Honour your anger and honour your self-expression.
Liberate yourself from unnecessary situations and drama! Building inner resiliency and strength is a process and takes practice. Keep shifting old energy – old patterns of behaviour out of your being.
Be free now. Give yourself this gift of self-love and stand firm in your power.
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