One of the most powerful ways that we manage and edit ourselves is the fear of criticism from others. We allow this fear of the perception of others to control us.
When we do this, we are actually controlling ourselves, minimizing ourselves, editing our truth. Denying ourselves.
Deeper still, we are all an aspect of Source. That is as spiritual as it gets. We ARE Source.
As such, we are constantly creating. (We have just lost sight of how much we are creating, all the time, day in and day out.)
Because we believe in the power of the criticism of others to harm us, we have ingested the control structure that we fear so much on the outside. When we have ingested the control structure, we cannot help but perpetuate it.
We cannot create on the outside what we do not embody on the inside. We are incapable of doing otherwise, until we heal it within ourselves. If we want to take the sting out of the fear of external criticism, we must take responsibility for all of the judgement, criticism, and control that we perpetuate.
Because when we see the extent that we are part of the control structure, and take responsibility for all of the places that we perpetuate the pattern, we will free ourselves on the inside.
And when we are free on the inside, there is nothing on the outside that can harm us.
The first step is to release the pattern of criticism and control that we hold within.
The Embodied Root Wholeness process is one way of releasing this pattern. It is a teachable/learnable process of self-reflection and energetic release. Once learned it can be applied to any circumstance in life.
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Norma Van Horn