As a person further engages their inner voice, many will find that it is not just anxious, but actually highly self-negative and self-defeating, and in a kind of deep conflict with the “rest” of the self.
In this scenario, meditation will be very difficult to keep up over a sustained period of time – and may not help much anyway – since the experience of “sitting with your inner voice” is simply too disheartening, even too stressful, for you to ever want to do it on a routine basis.
This type of inner conflict is almost always the result of a kind of accident in one’s early life, an unwitting mistake through which a part of you was deeply wounded, cut off and exiled from the rest of you.
The task then turns to understanding the wound — what it is, where it came from, and how it is influencing your current life path — and then finding the right path to healing.
Here at Preside Life, we teach a very specific, unique method for helping people heal this type of wound, quickly and privately.
Tap here to read the first briefing on “How to Heal an Emotional Wound”, to see if it may be helpful for you.
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