On the surface, forgiving your parents (or anyone for that matter) may seem insignificant but forgiving your mother or father is actually the best thing you can do for the quality of your life. Even low-grade parental blame and resentment perpetuate a cycle of emotional pain and suffering that can negatively affect your adult relationships, finances, and overall wellbeing, ultimately preventing the love, abundance and happiness you desire and deserve.
Did you know that virtually every emotional wound is intertwined with issues of worthiness? In fact, feelings of unworthiness keep us from creating the lives we most desire. In order to heal our emotional wounds and consciously create, we must conquer our fears of unworthiness, but in order to do this, we must first understand why we are programmed to feel unworthy.
Escape the Guilt Trap! Article
Here's your "Get Out of Guilt Free Card!" Under the spell of guilt and obligation, we may suppress expression, remain disempowered, and disregard the inner guidance that could otherwise lead us to joy.
Have you ever wondered why so many relationships end in heartache? Even relationships that begin with incredible love, faithful promises and the best of intentions often come to a bitter end. If love is all you need, why does it all go so wrong?
Profound Worthiness Radio Show
Nanice is a guest on her own show with Lawrence Touitou, considering 'Worthiness'. This is one of the best explorations of worthiness and unworthiness ever recorded. If you are ready to raise your sense of worth, don't miss this show.
A Matter of Worth Radio Show
Our sense of worth effects every area of our lives. Discover a deeper sense of worth that can instantly change your life for the better!
Many women secretly desire to be saved, rescued or taken care of, but these desires perpetuate feminine powerlessness and also set the stage for dysfunctional relationships. Being saved or rescued by some big, strong man might sound romantic, but the cost is all too often disempowerment.
Freedom is a very strong value for most people, but freedom can be misleading in many ways. You may appear to be free on the outside (especially if you â€œcome and goâ€ as you please), but if you are repressed by any type of controlling organization, no matter how well-meaning, you may be living in a virtual prison with invisible bars.
Although most people never discuss it, almost everyone hears voices in their heads. In fact, there is usually at least one internal voice that controls our behavior and enforces perceived limitations. We often know this relentless voice as the â€œinner criticâ€ or â€œdoubter,â€ but where did it come from, why is it stuck on replay, and, most importantly, how do we get rid of it once and for all?
Have you ever lacked the confidence to speak your truth, express your creativity or even set boundaries? This is true for most people, but the real core issue is that we are not confident to be ourselves. Itâ€™s funny to think that we need confidence in order to be our authentic selves, but it is true, nonetheless.