Give yourself some grace! There are tanglings from our childhood and the past where we depend on others to give us our sense of self, safety, worth, value, or lovability. In this experiential, we open up self-forgiveness around judgments where we have felt tied to or dependent on others. This frees us up to have more inner resource and wholeness.
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03:05 When we expect others to be different