Heart Centred Living
Many of us believe unconsciously that love is limited and conditional. We associate love with “approval”, believe that we come up short unless deemed otherwise, and become invested in proving self-worth through productivity.
We learn to dislike ourselves, and compete with each other. This competition is based on the confusion of wealth, status, and power for love and personal worthiness. Part of trauma therapy is to identify and heal these unconscious beliefs and the emotional wounds connected to them.
Straining against the fear of worthlessness is exhausting. This is a sharp contrast to living for your heart. The challenges that are encountered on the way to achieving the heart’s goals build strength, infuse the struggle with meaning, and never put your personal worth into question.
A Note About Trauma Release Therapies
Emotions can be entwined with traumatic memories. These are often the persistent, negative emotions that we just cannot shake off. We can be unaware that our emotions are linked to trauma because the subconscious mind has stored the traumatic memory separately from the emotion that we feel.
We can feel it, but we are not in touch with the story of that emotion. These memories can be pre-verbal (i.e. before you learned to speak language) and may even go back to past lives. Trauma release therapies should be guided by a practitioner of trauma healing or trauma treatment.Secure Your Session
Your Freedom Reality
Fear is an instinctive response. It is one of the most challenging human experiences. The energy of fear scatters our minds, stresses our bodies, and disconnects us from the unique power of the heart. In the state of fear we act and think in ways that we would not do from a higher state of consciousness.
The practices provided in this guide can support your body, mind and heart to resolve the energy of fear. Trauma treatment, healing childhood abuse, and generally healing through trauma release therapies will further liberate the body from states of fear that are encoded in the nervous system and brain. You are the master and commander. Not fear.
Your inner life is precious. It is the space of your soul and the fertile grounds of your creative life. The free expression of your inner life (aka authenticity) is one of the pillars of a free world. Emotional self-awareness and mastery will enable you be authentic. Authenticity will allow you to create the life you want to live and are meant to live. It also paves the way for others to do the same.
Your emotional healing and liberation is the key to your purpose and the vehicle to a free society. Your freedom begins with your connection to your inner life. The mark of courage is authenticity in the face of fear – To speak and act your heart-based truth to all faces, including to the face of fear.
Rachel’s goal is to provide you with the tools, insight, and skills to heal your emotional life, your inner world, and re-establish your connection with the inner most core you. Who do you want to become? At the Freedom Healing Centre in Brookvale, Rachel can facilitate your healing so that you can feel naturally happy.Get the Full Article
The Art of Fulfilment
Whether we believe it consciously or not, we are trained to believe that the greatest success in life is marked by what we have obtained. We associate material wealth and social power with fulfilment, but in fact, the happiest people value the inner gems of generosity, compassion, and integrity. To love others is to love yourself. To love yourself is to love others. There is however no fulfilment in giving when we feel deprived, neglected, unseen.
We can meet desire after desire after desire, and by becoming efficient in doing so, may finally recognise that the emptiness remains. Many of these desires spring from a false self. They would cease to exist if the wounds of abandonment, oppression, and conditional love were healed. We have not learned to live meaningfully as an expression of happiness, but rather to chase after happiness as an expression of a wounded heart.
When you cut yourself, you tend to the wound in order to heal it. Once the healing is complete, you can focus elsewhere. When we do not self-care our inner lives, we create inner states of disease and cause a kind of self-involvement that is not to our benefit. This state even disables our ability to contribute responsibly to the benefit of others.
Therapy for childhood abuse can help you to resolve the “sticking points” and the resistance that keep fear anger, and shame locked in place. Rachel offers trauma therapy in Brookvale, counseling for anxiety, and psychotherapy for deeper self-understanding. You matter!Secure Your Session
Rachel Anenberg, BA (Psyc), BSW, MSW (Master of Social Work) is a psychotherapist and spiritual coach providing integrative therapy. Her expertise as a psychotherapist come from a combined background and education in psychology, social work, and soul sciences.
Psychotherapy with Rachel can help you to heal depression, treat anxiety, recover from child abuse, adult abuse & narcissistic abuse. Genuine happiness is often out of reach because of unhealed past experiences. Psychotherapy can help you to get in control and feel naturally happy.
Disclaimer: All information obtained from Rachel Anenberg or anything written or said by her, is to be taken solely as advisory in nature. Rachel Anenberg and Freedom Healing Centre will not be held personally, legally, or financially liable for any action taken based upon their advice. The opinions expressed in this article are based on the research, studies, professional and personal experiences of the author.
The principles and techniques taught in this article are based on the personal and professional experience of the authour as a intuitive healer and psychotherapist, trained in Psychology (BA) and Social Work (MSW). Rachel Anenberg does not claim to be a doctor or provider of medical advice. The author is not a psychologist or psychiatrist and is not able to diagnose medical or psychiatric ailments.
By utilising the techniques in this article, the participant acknowledges that he/she assumes full responsibility for the knowledge gained herein and its application. The reader takes full responsibility for the way they utilise and exercise the information in this article. The key points discussed are guidelines and suggestions for the support of personal development. This article is not intended as a replacement for facilitated psychological therapies. Anyone using the information in this article acknowledges that they have read and understand the details of this disclaimer.