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Relationship to Self & Others
Being in relationship is central to who we are. We are consistently in relationship with others, with ourselves and with the world around us. Relationships are everywhere we look.
Obviously there are romantic relationships, how we relate to the people we work with, our friends and our children, but then there is also how we relate to ourselves and to the world around us. And they are all interconnected. Like a weighing scale, if one is out of balance you can bet others are too.
This may sounds strange as a concept, but we are also in relationship with our breath, the food we eat, the thoughts we think, the people we choose to spend time with - and the people we don't. We see the restrictions and personal blocks that we hold coming up time and time again.
Are we in or out? Are we committed or avoidant? Is this particular one painful or freeing? Are we willing to show up fully? If not, why not?
It's far easier to create really healthy and inspiring relationships than you might think.
When there's ease, flow and reciprocity life works, but when there are difficulties and blocks we can start to feel stuck, depressed and anxious. Poor relationships will affect your creativity, your success, and so many other areas of your life.
Do you have a particular problem that you want to work into? Let's start there.
Creating healthy functioning relationships
Asking for what you want and need
Ease and Flow
Sex and intimacy
Resources For You
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