Freedom & Safety: A Return to the Womb

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From our EFT Tapping practice and personal experiences, we have found that there are two primary motivators in life, the Freedom and Safety wounds, where freedom is the freedom from responsibilities, and safety is the feeling of being secure and supported. Before leaving our mother’s womb, we are completely safe/supported, and also completely free of responsibilities, but the separation we feel after leaving this form of “oneness” leaves us with a trauma.  It is from this trauma that our […] Read more »

The End of Hope is the Beginning of Responsibility

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Inaction, tolerance, and appeasement do not prevent bad things from happening, because they are built upon the irresponsible pattern of hope; instead, they actually create, allow, and embolden the evil that you are hoping to avoid, to manifest into a dark reality. In order to avoid such catastrophe, a person must set firm and loving boundaries, however, setting limits is not an action but a state of allowing your full energetic being into your body, […] Read more »

How to Forgive

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When we wrote this, we had no idea that July 7th was international forgiveness day, we just love how the Universe works in concert like this!  xo <3  ~Nathan & Aline As we’ve stated before, we have found that understanding is the catalyst of forgiveness, and that forgiveness comes quite naturally after a person understands “why” any given bad thing may have happened to them.  “Why” is the pattern in their life in the first place?  “Why” are […] Read more »

One Reason Why We Blame

“Sometimes we will keep people around us that carry the potential to harm us, so that if something happens, we can blame them for the trouble and pain we feel.  Our security wound will intentionally attract a freedom wound person as a friend or lover as an insurance policy for our own safety, as it feels safer to have somebody to blame for a misdeed than to own all of our own feelings, patterns, and […] Read more »

Why Am I Feeling this Way?

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If you get into an argument and feel sad, afraid, or angry, instead of blaming the other person for your feelings, try asking yourself “why am I feeling this way?”, and keep asking “why” until you fully understand each and every reason “why” you feel that way in that moment.  Any understanding that ends with “because they” is still blaming the other for your own feelings, patterns and experiences; it is not personal responsibility, but […] Read more »