BeSimply…Love Self {Explore}

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Join ‘She’ for 54 minutes to work on the inner self.

During this segment:

Week 3

Join ‘She’ for 54 minutes to work on the inner self.

During this segment:

Explore LOVE, How to reconnect to ’self love’, We will explore how Loving Self can assist ending the patterns of Co-dependency and Abuse. While we reveal how Self-Love is the key to our empowerment.

Walk through a self-love visualization and meditation. This will assist you in BEing…YOU!

Learn how to recognize the patterns of self sabotage. Recognize and welcome in your own ’self’ LOVE.

Opening your heart center.

Please send in your questions to s@suzannetoro.com or call in during the episode.

Music by Elizaveta…Dreamer

and Lovng From Within

Art Energetic Embrace by giorjoe

Notes:

From Week 2

Evaluate Where You feel “Valued” and where you need to bring in Self-Worth

Are you valued, utilizing your talents, being overlooked?

How do you feel in these areas?

Exterior:

Relationships – Family -Friends

Business

Community

Place in the World

In the Cosmos

Interior:

Self Image

Confident

Physical, Mental, Emotional, and Spiritual Body

Self LOVE

NEXT

Step out of the Pattern…Identify one Interior and Exterior

are you want to bring a higher sense of Self-Worth too.

1. False Flags 2. Dependency 3. Judgment

Third

Establishing Boundaries

1. Self      2. Others      3. Work      4. Environment      5. Beliefs

Fourth

Love SELF (Nourish)

Fifth

Meditation (Connect with YOUR Silence)

"Relationship is needed only because you can't be alone, because you are not yet capable
of meditation. Hence meditation is a must before you can really LOVE." -Osho

Sixth

The Practice

1. Breath Work (Meditation)

2. Bring Balance to Areas where you have low sense of Self-Worth

3. Continue to release the pattern of co-dependency

Seventh

Just ‘BE’

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From Week 1…List patterns of Codependency

Patterns and Characteristics of Codependence

These patterns and characteristics are offered as a tool to aid in self-evaluation.
They may be particularly helpful to newcomers.

Denial Patterns:

I have difficulty identifying what I am feeling.
I minimize, alter, or deny how I truly feel.
I perceive myself as completely unselfish and dedicated to the well-being of others.
I lack empathy for the feelings and needs of others.
I label others with my negative traits.
I can take care of myself without any help from others.
I mask my pain in various ways such as anger, humor, or isolation.
I express negativity or aggression in indirect and passive ways.
I do not recognize the unavailability of those people to whom I am attracted.

Low Self Esteem Patterns:

I have difficulty making decisions.
I judge what I think, say, or do harshly, as never good enough.
I am embarrassed to receive recognition, praise, or gifts.
I value others’ approval of my thinking, feelings, and behavior over my own.
I do not perceive myself as a lovable or worthwhile person.
I constantly seek recognition that I think I deserve.
I have difficulty admitting that I made a mistake.
I need to appear to be right in the eyes of others and will even lie to look good.
I am unable to ask others to meet my needs or desires.
I perceive myself as superior to others.
I look to others to provide my sense of safety.
I have difficulty getting started, meeting deadlines, and completing projects.
I have trouble setting healthy priorities.

Compliance Patterns:

I am extremely loyal, remaining in harmful situations too long.
I compromise my own values and integrity to avoid rejection or anger.
I put aside my own interests in order to do what others want.
I am hypervigilant regarding the feelings of others and take on those feelings.
I am afraid to express my beliefs, opinions, and feelings when they differ from those of others.
I accept sexual attention when I want love.
I make decisions without regard to the consequences.
I give up my truth to gain the approval of others or to avoid change.

Control Patterns:

I believe most people are incapable of taking care of themselves.
I attempt to convince others what to think, do, or feel.
I freely offer advice and direction to others without being asked.
I become resentful when others decline my help or reject my advice.
I lavish gifts and favors on those I want to influence.
I use sexual attention to gain approval and acceptance.
I have to be needed in order to have a relationship with others.
I demand that my needs be met by others.
I use charm and charisma to convince others of my capacity to be caring and compassionate.
I use blame and shame to emotionally exploit others.
I refuse to cooperate, compromise, or negotiate.
I adopt an attitude of indifference, helplessness, authority, or rage to manipulate outcomes.
I use terms of recovery in an attempt to control the behavior of others.
I pretend to agree with others to get what I want.

Avoidance Patterns:

I act in ways that invite others to reject, shame, or express anger toward me.
I judge harshly what others think, say, or do.
I avoid emotional, physical, or sexual intimacy as a means of maintaining distance.
I allow my addictions to people, places, and things to distract me from achieving intimacy in relationships.
I use indirect and evasive communication to avoid conflict or confrontation.
I diminish my capacity to have healthy relationships by declining to use all the tools of recovery.
I suppress my feelings or needs to avoid feeling vulnerable.
I pull people toward me, but when they get close, I push them away.
I refuse to give up my self-will to avoid surrendering to a power that is greater than myself.
I believe displays of emotion are a sign of weakness.
I withhold expressions of appreciation.

The Patterns and Characteristics of Codependency may not be reprinted or republished without the express written consent of Co-Dependents Anonymous, Inc. This document may be reprinted from the website www.coda.org (CoDA) for use by members of the CoDA Fellowship.

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