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  1. The feature got removed by the developers of the foundational technology that is used to power this website. It was not our call, we hope they reconsider but they killed the chat project for all of their clients, including us (nothing to do with this website specifically)
  2. I've been living with Teal and her Community for a year, which gives me extended and unique knowledge about all kinds of traumas, patterns and resolution. According to Teal I'm "f*cking good with going into people" which allows me to know where you are at and approach you with your unique needs. The truck called life hit me hard during childhood, as I went through intense emotional and sexual abuse. For years I dealt with constant shame, anxiety and isolation. Which was reflected in my teens in several eating disorders, a constant injured body, depression, unhealthy relationships and stopping my biggest passion - being a professional athlete. I’m no longer hiding from the world, instead I face my shadows and fears. It is now my honer to be there for those who are brave enough to do the same. Sessions available in English and German. Free 15 minutes initial session. Let's get to know one another in a 15min Skype call, to see if we are a fit.
  3. How do I manifest more positivity in my life or amplify positive experiences that I've already had? Using The Completion Process on Positive emotions or to feel better is an addition to Teal Swan's Completion Process Technique, which is traditionally used on negative emotions. This technique utilizes the completion process to delve into positive memories rather than negative ones. By using The Completion Process to amplify positive emotions, you can increase your positive point of attraction and improve your manifestations. Teal Swan is an International Spiritual Leader. She offers perspective on a wide range of topics including relationships, anxiety, meditation, shadow work, the law of attraction, The Completion Process, healing, PTSD, emotions and spirituality. For More Information on The Completion Process visit https://thecompletionprocess.com/ Purchase The Book https://thecompletionprocess.com/#the-book Join The Completion Process Community on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/549324378589156/ Register for Premium Content https://tealswan.com/premium-register Website: www.tealswan.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thespiritualcatalyst/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tealspiritualcatalyst/?hl=en Twitter: TEALCATALYST Newsletter: https://tealswan.com/newsletter Completion Process Book: https://thecompletionprocess.com/#the-book Teal's Meditations: http://www.jointeallive.com/meditations/ Teal's e-shop: https://gumroad.com/tealswan Endsong Kuan Yin's Mantra (c) 2002 Lisa Thiel Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/8pVA/
  4. This episode on belonging and how to feel like you belong explores our feeling of being isolated, lonely and alone. Teal Swan discusses how sometimes we feel that we only belong in places where we didn't wish we belonged. In other words, we either don’t feel we belong or we feel that we only belong where we don’t want to belong. Teal swan then walks us through healing this aspect within ourselves so that we can find true belonging. Teal Swan is an International Spiritual Leader. She offers perspective on a wide range of topics including relationships, anxiety, meditation, shadow work, the law of attraction, The Completion Process, healing, PTSD, emotions and spirituality. Subscribe to Teal’s newsletters here: http://thespiritualcatalyst.us6.list-manage2.com/subscribe?u=a0c9fbd5534138eb374993029&id=bebf0eebc3 Teal's Web page: http://tealswan.com/ Teal's Meditations: http://www.jointeallive.com/meditations/ Teal's e-shop: https://gumroad.com/tealswan http://www.askteal.com Kuan Yin's Mantra (c) 2002 Lisa Thiel Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/8dL4/
  5. Competition is often looked at as a bad thing and unhealthy in the spiritual field. But Teal Swan challenges us to ask the question, is competition actually detrimental to our own expansion or is competition beneficial to our own expansion? Is Competition good or is competition bad and should competition be encouraged or should competition be discouraged? Teal Swan is an International Spiritual Leader. She offers perspective on a wide range of topics including relationships, anxiety, meditation, shadow work, the law of attraction, The Completion Process, healing, PTSD, emotions and spirituality. Register for Premium Content https://tealswan.com/premium-register Website: http://tealswan.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thespiritualcatalyst/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tealspiritualcatalyst/?hl=en Twitter: https: TEALCATALYST Teal's Meditations: http://www.jointeallive.com/meditations/ Teal's e-shop: https://gumroad.com/tealswan Subscribe to Teal’s newsletters here: http://thespiritualcatalyst.us6.list-manage2.com/subscribe?u=a0c9fbd5534138eb374993029&id=bebf0eebc3 Endsong Kuan Yin's Mantra (c) 2002 Lisa Thiel
  6. Teal Swan teaches you what is blocking you from winning, getting what you want and success. Teal Swan explains why you can't win. The reason you can’t win lies in your subconscious mind. Teal reveals techniques and tactics to discover your underlying resistance to winning so you can finally win. Teal Swan is an International Spiritual Leader. She offers perspective on a wide range of topics including relationships, anxiety, meditation, shadow work, the law of attraction, The Completion Process, healing, PTSD, emotions and spirituality. Subscribe to Teal’s newsletters here: http://thespiritualcatalyst.us6.list-manage2.com/subscribe?u=a0c9fbd5534138eb374993029&id=bebf0eebc3 Teal's Web page: http://tealswan.com/ Teal's Meditations: http://www.jointeallive.com/meditations/ Teal's e-shop: https://gumroad.com/tealswan http://www.askteal.com Kuan Yin's Mantra (c) 2002 Lisa Thiel Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/8P9W/
  7. Understanding Periods and Menstruation on a deeper level starts with viewing menstruation through the scope of history. Many women today are out of alignment with their menstrual cycle today resulting in heavy bleeding and painful periods during menstruation which forces many to take birth control pills. To get back in touch with their inner cycles and periods both women and society must get back in touch with the truth about menstruation. Teal Swan is an International Spiritual Leader. She offers perspective on a wide range of topics including relationships, anxiety, meditation, shadow work, the law of attraction, The Completion Process, healing, PTSD, emotions and spirituality. Subscribe to Teal’s newsletters here: http://thespiritualcatalyst.us6.list-manage2.com/subscribe?u=a0c9fbd5534138eb374993029&id=bebf0eebc3 Teal's Web page: http://tealswan.com/ Teal's Meditations: http://www.jointeallive.com/meditations/ Teal's e-shop: https://gumroad.com/tealswan http://www.askteal.com Kuan Yin's Mantra (c) 2002 Lisa Thiel Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/8F07/
  8. We hear the word integrity flying around social circles. But what does it mean? The standard definition of the word is the quality of adhering to moral and ethical principals. This creates a soundness of moral character. The other definition for integrity is a state of being whole and undivided. In fact these definitions go hand in hand because when you have integrity, you and your own conscience are whole and undivided instead of in opposition with one another. Morality is about principles, fundamental truths or propositions that serve as the foundation for a system of belief, behavior or chain of reasoning. Morals are principals concerning the rightness and wrongness or goodness and badness of behavior. The problem is this is a serious gray area. For example, some people strongly believe that it is right to punish a criminal who carried out a great enough offense by killing him. Others believe this is morally wrong. Some people believe honesty is always right. Others believe it is right, except for when it will hurt someone. This begs the question, is right or wrong something that is defined by the individual themselves or by society at large? To know what is right or wrong, you would have to know first who is right about what is right and wrong. Even though we have some consensus in the world, people do not fully agree about what is right and what is wrong and morals keep changing over time. Conscience as opposed to morals, is an inner feeling or voice which is subjectively viewed as acting as a guide to the rightness or wrongness of one's own behavior. This means conscience is subjective too. But it is concerned with the self instead of others. In other words, it is more concerned with right or wrong for you specifically versus right or wrong in general. There is an intuitive feel to conscience where as morality is guided by reason. You can think of conscience like a guiding light. That light is obscured and bent by morals. Morals are like a filter that the conscience is fed through. To understand more about Conscience and morals, I suggest you watch my YouTube video titled: Morality Vs. Conscience. Some examples of lack of integrity are: Saying you will do something and not doing it. Telling a lie when the truth is the opposite. Leading someone to believe that they can trust you and then betraying them. Hiding things about yourself and keeping secrets about yourself so that the aspect of you that other people see is not the real you. Being two faced. Self-sacrificing instead of adhering to your true wants and needs. And changing your stories and opinions in order to bend to public opinion instead of staying steadfast in them. All of these things have something in common. In all of them, two parts of you are in opposition. For example, one part of you says something is right and good and the truth and another part of you adheres to the opposite way of acting anyway. When we want someone to gain some integrity, what we are saying is that we do not believe that they are acting in accordance with morality. We do not believe that what they are doing is right to do. This is especially true if we have experienced a person demonstrating their belief that something is wrong in one scenario and doing that same thing in another scenario. For this reason, a lack of integrity should be defined as the quality of not adhering to principals communicated to you by your own conscience. And not living in a state of wholeness in and of yourself. For example, if your conscience tells you that honesty is right for you and you lie, you are demonstrating a lack of integrity. Two parts of you are split in that moment and you will feel bad as a result of it. Your internal guidance system will be guiding you in the opposite direction of where you are currently headed. We tend to see a lack of integrity when we meet with some kind of crisis. When stress is put on our system, we have the tendency to crack. This is why people say you have to wait for a crisis or a bad time to see someone’s true colors. In order to feel better, people resort to all kinds of behavior that society could consider to be immoral. For example, it isn’t until we suffer financially that we steal. It isn’t until we are tortured that we betray someone’s trust. It isn’t until the truth will get us in trouble that we tell a lie. It’s not until someone puts pressure on your own authenticity that you decide to cave in and change your stance so others will see you as a good person. Soundness within yourself and between all the aspects of yourself is the foundation of a strong sense of self. This is something that cannot be taken from you. It is only something that can be given away. Therefore, the reason that a lack of integrity is so damaging to you is that a lack of integrity is a form of self-betrayal. And it is a guarantee that what you need most in a crisis (to remain strong and intact) will not happen. The good news is integrity can always be built no mater how compromised it may have been in the past. Here are some suggestions for how to build it: Spend some serious time considering your idea about what is right vs. wrong in each scenario you find yourself in and why. This requires you to really open your mind. Question the rightness and wrongness of things. How do you know whether something is right or wrong? Is it right or wrong in every scenario? Do not act until you are sure your subjective idea of what is right is as objective as possible. There is a reason that ethics is a whole branch of philosophy, it isn’t as straightforward as it seems. Be open to alternative philosophies about what is right so as to become even more aware and thus clearer about your what is truly right for you. Put effort into integration. This means no more compartmentalization. Being “split” into different parts is actually a collective human condition. A person is really a conglomeration of different personalities. This is why we say someone can have many “sides”. We fragment ourselves in order to cope with the external world. We preserve ourselves by compromising ourselves until being compromised becomes a detriment to our wellbeing. We have one side of us that wants to keep the peace and another side that wants to win no matter the cost. We often fall into a lack of integrity when two aspects of us (or more) do not agree. We need to become aware of these different parts of us and help them come to an agreement where both of their needs are met. We need to let our aware self facilitate a mediation between them where the prerogative is unification. Fulfill your promises and keep to your word. This is one of the most common ways to notice your lack of integrity and correct it. Obviously if you say one thing and do another, there is a split between your words and actions. Make sure they are aligned. Before you make a commitment, stop and make sure you can follow through on that commitment. If not, you have to be authentic about it and be brave enough to be willing to upset people. Pay attention for that feeling of internal discord when you are out of alignment with your own conscience. This means you could very well be in the act of doing or saying something that not all of you agrees with. That feeling is telling you “wait and pay attention… this isn’t right.” This is your golden opportunity to build integrity instead of press on with your current course of action. Get super honest and authentic with yourself. Then communicate that inner truth to others. Denial is the enemy or integrity. If the inner truth is something you are denying because you are afraid to admit to it or are ashamed of it, it will come out anyway in passive aggressive ways that will cause people to say you have no integrity. Do not act impulsively. When we are in a heightened state of reactivity, certain parts of us have hijacked our entire system and are acting unilaterally. This means other aspects of us are being bulldozed. This is a form of self-abuse in the name of self-protection. We all tend to have a specific way that we behave in a crisis or in threatening situations. This is where our greatest lack of integrity tends to show. So watch yourself in these scenarios to discover your particular breed of lack of integrity. Perhaps you believe being honest is right but when you are threatened, you lie. Perhaps you believe taking responsibility is right but when you are threatened, you justify yourself and play the victim making other people the bad guy for everything that happened. You need to find alignment between all aspects of yourself and have all of them agree upon what is right before taking action. When you feel like you have acted out of alignment with your own conscience and have lost integrity as a result, admit to it. Admit to it to yourself and if you feel like it would restore your integrity to admit it to anyone else (especially anyone it hurt), do so. Any apology given should not include a justification for why you did it. Work on becoming comfortable with fear. Integrity requires bravery. People who are not brave, do not have integrity. Bravery is something that can only exist when someone is afraid. It isn’t about being fearless. It’s about being willing to be afraid and act in accordance with your own personal estimation of what is right anyway. Acting in accordance with your own integrity can be difficult. But I can promise you; it isn’t more difficult than living a life without it.
  9. As most of you know I have created a process called The Completion Process. I have written a book detailing this process and how to use it in your daily life. Just like the process itself, this book is titled: The Completion Process. If you haven’t done so already, I highly suggest learning this process which is designed to heal the aspects of the past that are causing you pain in your current life. But something you don’t know and something I didn’t write about in the book is that you can also use it to amplify positive memories and therefore their positive effect on your current and future life. This process is extremely beneficial if we chronically struggle to feel positive emotions. To do the process this way, we use positive emotions instead of negative ones. When we feel a positive emotion, no matter how small it may be, we follow these steps: We close our eyes and sink into the feeling. We familiarize ourselves with the unique sensations or “feeling flavor” of that positive feeling. We are unconditionally with that feeling experiencing and observing it without needing it to change. After a time, we see if we can name the feeling. We give the emotion or feeling the message that we are completely with it, that we see it as valid, that we care about it and that we are ready to and want to know what it has to say. We are open to fully receiving it. We use the sensations of the feeling “flavor” like a rope connecting us to the origin or causation of that very feeling. We ask, “When was the first time I felt this feeling?” And instead of mentally chasing the answer, we let our being offer it up to us, like a bubble floating up from the depths of the ocean, in whatever form it comes. If/when a memory surfaces, we observe and experience the memory in whatever way it comes to us. We take time to be present with the intensity of the feeling of the memory. We emotionally re-experience it. When we feel that we have fully experienced the emotion as it occurred in the past, we ask ourselves how we could make the situation taking place in the memory feel even better and we imagine taking that action to create that enhancement. This is where creativity and individuality is key. We will know that it is working based on the fact that the positive feeling will amplify. We imagine the child or younger version of ourselves giving us that enhanced experience and intense positive emotion to our current self in any way that intuitively comes to us. We take time to consciously own that new, enhanced positive experience and feeling as our own and to take it into every cell of our body and into our mind. We spend as much time as we want to soaking in this new vibrational state. We take at least a few deep breaths as we bring our consciousness back to our perspective in real time. For a great many of us, positive emotions are not safe because there was a consequence that came with them. If we had a parent that had no tolerance for our enthusiasm or joy, we may have learned that those feelings are unsafe. Or if we experienced disappointments after feeling good, we may not let ourselves feel good to prevent ourselves from getting hurt in some way. When this is the case, there is another variation of the process that we can use that will help us to amplify positive emotions. If we have experienced this kind of trauma involving positive emotions, positive emotions will come with fear or some other negative emotion. It will be a mixed feeling. We drop our consciousness down into that mixed feeling and we ask ourselves relative to the specific emotion we are having, “What is keeping me from the highest excitement ever”. Or “What is keeping me from the most joyous joy.” When we feel the feeling that comes up in response to this feeling, we familiarize ourselves with the unique sensations or “feeling flavor” of that feeling. We are unconditionally with that feeling experiencing and observing it without needing it to change. And when we feel like we are allowing it, we ask ourselves “When was the first time I learned it wasn’t ok?” Or “When was the first time I learned it wasn’t ok to feel the highest joy or the highest excitement?” We then approach this memory in the same way we normally would using The Completion Process, making sure that we take time to actually resource the positive emotion of the improvement/resolution. In a universe that essentially functions as a mirror hologram, when you focus on those feeling states that feel the closest to what you want to experience, you are a match to them being mirrored in your reality. In other words, the more intensely I imagine the joy of a success, the more experiences that mirror and reflect and match the vibration of that amplified success come to me and thus, the better I feel and the better I feel, the more experiences that feel like success happen to me. This is a universe created for the sake of expansion. This means something that is great, can always be even greater. There is no limit to how good it can be.
  10. For many people who identify themselves as spiritual or progressive minded, competition is taboo. Competition is something that we seek to eradicate from our being in order to be good, create harmony and in order to reach enlightenment. But in order to become truly aware we need to take competition out of the garbage can and we need to realize that competition is not black or white. It is both black and white. If you look around the natural world, you will notice that planet earth is inherently about competition. Every life form on earth has evolved to be the best at achieving its prerogative. In fact, survival of the fittest guarantees that if you do not evolve up to speed with other species, you will be eliminated. For example, the only deer whose offspring will live are the ones who are the fastest and therefore in order for the lion’s offspring to evolve, they need to evolve to be even faster or smarter than that. There is competition everywhere in the natural world. And like it or not, we are not exempt from the natural world. We are hard wired to compete as well. In fact, the ego (sense of self) can only exist in comparison to something else, something ‘other’. For example, the color green can only exist if there is something that is not the color green to compare it to. To compete is to strive to gain or win something by defeating or establishing superiority over another who is trying to do the same. By it’s very nature you can see that competition is a rivalry. You cannot compete without comparing yourself to something else. So the question is, can comparison and rivalry be beneficial? Expansion in this universe, the process by which Source comes to know itself, is dependent upon comparison. When we experience thoughts and things in the world, those things become the platform for new thought and new thought is expansion. They give rise to new desire. For example, the Internet would have been totally inconceivable to people 200 years ago. The thought of it could not have actually been thought. But once the telephone was invented, people began to be able to imagine a fantasy futuristic world where information could travel across space and time invisibly. They could only think that thought because they had something to compare it to. And now, the internet is in competition with libraries. No one has to leave the house to check out a book to access information anymore. Obviously in the process of competition like this, some beings experience pain. It isn’t fun to lose your business because something replaces it or makes it obsolete. But looking at the previous example, most of us would agree that having information at the touch of our fingers is worth the pain of losing our old process of learning, no matter how ‘feel good’ libraries are. And believe me, that statement is coming from someone who hates reading things digitally, there is a magic about holding an actual book in your hand and the smell of the pages that will never be replaced for me. The bottom line is, for new thought to be born and for us to know how far we can go and to experience what is possible, we have to stretch the envelope beyond where we have stretched it before. When we do this, we are in competition with what has come before us and we are often in competition with other beings who are trying to do the same. If we did not have this drive within us, would we be where we are today? In the sports world, there is a common understanding. You will not become a truly great player by playing people whom you can easily beat. It is only your true rivals those who can actually defeat you, that make you the best athlete you can be. Therefore, many great athletes consider their rivals to be partially responsible for their success. They force you to raise your own expectation of yourself. They force you to have to get more and ore creative. Part of why they are so good at fueling your expansion is because they force you to face and integrate all of your insecurities, which are actually the thing keeping you from success. In this respect, rivalry and competition can be the very best thing for your own personal expansion and even healing process. It is your rivals that will teach you the most in this life. There is competition inherent in being a spiritual teacher. We all know the statements designed to decrease competition between spiritual teachers “Everyone has a teacher that will resonate with them specifically”. “Different strokes for different folks.” But the reality is that what most spiritual teachers want is to create the best strategy for all people to end their suffering. When someone successfully does that, many other teachings provided by other spiritual teachers will be made obsolete. Because what we offer is ideas, like it or not, we are in competition for people’s attention and agreement, just like politicians are in politics. If one of my teachings directly opposes the teachings of another spiritual teacher, we are now in a position of opposition. We could call this a rivalry. It puts students in the position of having to choose which philosophy to align with. This kind of competition naturally occurs even if no one, including me, wants conflict. And this rivalry should stay because it is what is evoking the best in each other. The best ideas, the best concepts, the best growth, the best processes etc. You should be rooting for our competition to be good, not so that they can beat you, but so that you can be equally good or even better. In other words, even though competition does not exist beyond the ego, in the realm of the ego, it does exist and it, just like the ego can assist universal expansion and even the progression towards awareness. As much as many of us do not want it to be the reality, as long as there is ego, which there is in singular form, there will be competition. All that happens when the ego becomes healthy is that the form competition takes on is healthy instead of unhealthy. The measurement becomes about yourself relative to your own desires that are inspired by other people rather than about yourself relative to other people. So the question is: What is this other person or this other person’s success making me aware that I want? This is the game of life. And the game itself is fun until we think we can’t have what we want. The problem with competition begins to occur when we see the rival as the reason we cannot have what we want rather than the thing showing us what we want and challenging us to achieve what we want. The problem with competition begins when we see ‘something that is wrong with us’ being the reason we cannot have what we want. This is how competition creates rivalry that is unhealthy instead of healthy. This is when we start to try to stop other people’s expansion for the sake of getting what we want or being superior. And it is this form of competition that most people associate with competition. We have the tendency to do one of two things when our attitude towards competition is unhealthy, 1. We keeping ourselves small and do not play in games here in the 3-D that involve competition when we want to avoid conflict. It is natural for many of us to fear conflict. Many of us were really unsafe emotionally or physically or both when we got into conflict and conflict implies rivalry just like competition does. We were hurt by it before. We don’t want to be hurt by it again. For this reason, I want you to watch my video on YouTube titled: How To Overcome The Fear Of Conflict. Or 2. We try to put down the competition or eradicate the competition in some way so that we can get what we want. This is the angle we take if we have poor self-esteem and feel it is impossible to gain or win something when someone else is going for that same thing. We subconsciously see them as better than us in some way. Both these strategies hurt people and ultimately hurt the collective. From a universal perspective, the negative expressions of competition would not exist if we were dedicated to expansion. If we were truly dedicated to expansion, we would be ready to step up to the plate no matter what and ‘let the expansion win’. This is the opposite of what we are seeing with green technology. The powers that be already know the technology is better. They know they will be replaced if it takes hold of the market so instead of stepping up to the plate and creating something even better or even jumping on the wave of green technology, they are holding on to their current industry by blocking and shutting down the competition. All of us suffer because of this. If we were dedicated to expansion, we would let go of what we are attached to if something that served our expansion more came along, whether that’s an idea, a concept, a way of living or a thing for example. From a universal perspective, at the highest level, there is no such thing as competition because when one thing achieves success, all achieve that success. All benefit from the expansion. There is no differentiation between the individual and the collective. We destroy ourselves when we destroy the competition. This can teach us a lesson. When competition becomes poisonous is when we do not remember that all things in this universe are in fact us. It is all too easy in this life of singularity to forget that we are one. Therefore, we forget that other people’s hurt is ultimately our hurt and other people’s successes are ultimately our successes. But when we cannot feel good about other people’s successes, it means we do not feel good about the things we feel we are losing or cannot have. And it is that pain that needs our loving care and attention. Comparing and contrasting is a necessary part of life on earth. Looking for the ways things are the same and different helps us navigate our environment. Comparing things with respect to who is better and who is worse can have huge repercussions if our sense of self worth is involved. Comparison thinking is only beneficial with respects to better seeing what we want. If the outcome of it is to feel better or worse than someone else, it is self-torture. It also causes us to lose track of our own internal guidance system and our own purpose and inner calling because we can easily start to live our life trying to measure up to someone else. Each person is here to do something completely unique. So the idea that we are here to achieve the same thing is a fallacy. That would defy expansion as well. We will not find ourselves and our true desires and true calling by comparing ourselves to other people. I is also a ripe breeding ground for jealousy and envy. For this reason, I want you to watch my video on YouTube titled: Jealousy and Envy (How To Deal With It). We would not have a problem with competition and we would not take it personally if winning were not tied in with our personal value during socialization when we were growing up. Loss generates a sense of shame. For this reason, I also suggest you watch my YouTube video titled: How To Overcome Shame. Once you know what other people are doing, stop focusing on what other people are doing and focus instead on what they have caused you to know that you want and how to achieve that. We can use our awareness of what other people are doing to define what we think and what we want and by doing so, we have the opportunity to stretch ourselves even further. This is the process of self-actualization. We are really only ever in danger of truly suffering as a result of natural competition if we stop using others as a means to become more and instead, see them as the reason we can’t achieve whatever success we want or the grounds by which we see ourselves as not good enough. The bottom line is that competition can either be a tool of expansion or a tool of destruction. And it is in our hands which way we want to use that tool. And remember, for you to become better, someone else does not need to become worse.
  11. A poem Teal wrote about feeling like she does not belong in this world.
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  13. Acceptance of what is, is sometimes hard and what may be behind our inability to let go. But acceptance is the first step to letting go. To truly let go and accept you have to come to terms with a situation for what it is. This is the key to letting go of resistance. Teal Swan is an International Spiritual Leader. She offers perspective on a wide range of topics including relationships, anxiety, meditation, shadow work, the law of attraction, The Completion Process, healing, PTSD, emotions and spirituality. Subscribe to Teal’s newsletters here: http://thespiritualcatalyst.us6.list-manage2.com/subscribe?u=a0c9fbd5534138eb374993029&id=bebf0eebc3 Teal's Web page: http://tealswan.com/ Teal's Meditations: http://www.jointeallive.com/meditations/ Teal's e-shop: https://gumroad.com/tealswan http://www.askteal.com Kuan Yin's Mantra (c) 2002 Lisa Thiel Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/7u67/
  14. Hello there, my name is Dylan. Starting from a very early age suffering was the main constant in my life . I grew up in a very dysfunctional, abusive household and coping with pain became my only means to survive . I developed self-destructive habits and felt like it was me against the world. I fostered self-hating, suicidal tendencies from a very young age. After many years of redefining what rock bottom was for me, I decided to pursue the healing arts. In massage school I was reminded of my innate ability to connect to the energies around me through Polarity therapy. I was also introduced to somatic emotional release while learning Craniosacral. Learning these modalities and creating a relationship with my emotions has been crucial In my own personal healing process. Teal's work provided me with many more tools to explore my shadow and integrate what I had been running from the entire time. I love assisting all those around me in their own process of emotional integration and trauma resolution . I really believe this work can benefit everyone on this planet after seeing how much it has been a been a game-changer in my own life! I strongly feel that no one should ever have to go through their pain alone. I have a very kind and compassionate presence while working with clients. I understand that embarking on this journey can be very vulnerable, intimidating, and hold no judgements for anything that comes up while in session. We are all human. I am so excited that you have started the trek on a path that will lead you to a more fulfilling life! I am here to assist you in birthing the being that you truly are. Sessions can be held in person or over the phone via Skype or FaceTime.