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Sunday, November 11, 2007


Kikipotamus the Hobo

Absolutely right on. Jungian analysis helped me give my inner self-hating voice a name so I could dialogue with it, ask it what it wants, tell it when to bugger off, write letters to it. All that helped so much.

More recently Eckhart Tolle's teachings have helped me dis-identify altogether from voices in the head. Tapes.

You have taken the most important step of acknowledge that it's there in your head and not healthy. Not healthy for you or the planet. Love yourself and you love all of humanity.

Blessings to you, Neasa.

Paris Parfait

Such a thoughtful post. It's so true that these little emotional hurts can stay with us and we cause ourselves such harm. Too often we expect things from ourselves that we would never expect from others. Yes, it's good to strive to be our best, but it's not good to think our best isn't good enough. We must remember our own worth and value...

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