RELATIONSHIP HEALING

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Relationships and families have so many levels and layers, it's no wonder things happen the way they do. The important thing to remember is that all relationships are based on energy. The energy of two loving people is smooth, harmonious and flowing. Conversely, the energy of people who don't like each other is harsh, abrasive
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"Relationships and families have so many levels and layers, it"s no wonder things happen the way they do. The important thing to remember is that all relationships are based on energy. The energy of two loving people is smooth, harmonious and flowing. Conversely, the energy of people who don"t like each other is harsh, abrasive and uncomfortable.
Energy healing helps to repair and restore the opportunities for positive interactions, and creates a supportive environment for the healing to take place. The first thing we teach people is the energy principle that "where your attention goes, energy flows." When we are in a difficult relationship, our tendency is to focus, talk about, and mentally hash over and over the things we dislike about the person. This approach is extremely counter-productive.
The recommended approach is to focus instead on the person"s good points. Everybody has at least one. Dwell on these thoughts when you think of that person. Eventually, state them verbally to the person. When we focus on the qualities we would like to see more of, those aspects are "energized" with our attention. Amazing changes can take place."

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