So you are a grown up man (or woman). And your Dad (or mom) hit you when you were a kid. No big deal! Happens to everybody! Was a long time ago! Right?
If it is not a big deal, what made you click on the link? Ask yourself, if it really was a long time ago, why do I still remember that, but have forgotten many other things of that time?
Answer is very simple, actually. It was a big deal. It is a big deal, even now, when you are all grown up and a man of the world. Wondering how?
When people come to us, they may say stuff like, "I get angry" " I lose control". "I hate myself for hitting my child." But soon, they understand the real issues, the underlying ones. The feeling of utmost shame and humiliation that day when their father hit them with whatever he could lay his hands on. The day their mother slapped them for something so trivial that they wondered what their worth was...
And they get surprised to know that they are still, 30-40 years later, carrying the trauma and the pain of the little boy. They are still carrying the anger. And they are still carrying the feeling of Unworthiness.
It's time to Reclaim your Inner Child back. It is a huge relief to be able to let go of the pain, the anger and unworthiness that you have subconsciously been carrying. People describe it as "lifting of a burden" " removal of a curtain" "utmost freedom" "self love". The compassion and understanding you give yourself becomes extendable to others. Relationships get better. Parenting gets more conscious. Creativity is unleashed.
This is possible for you too! See what people are saying about a 2 day workshop that deals with this kind of work...coming soon in Bengaluru (4th & 5th Feb)
Yoshita Swarup Sharma:
Founder & CEO - A Brighter Life | ICF Certified Executive Coach | Leadership facilitator | NLP Practitioner| Inner Transformation Specialist
Yoshita Swarup Sharma, CEO & Co-Founder of A Brighter Life, is an internationally certified executive coach (PCC). For the last eleven years, she has coached several senior leaders and CXO across the variety of industries and organizations. Recently she was awarded as one of the most influential coaching leaders of India by the World HRD Congress. She's a leadership facilitator, advanced NLP Practitioner and a specialist on personal transformation. She writes her blog from her own experiences and reflections . She brings with her 23 years of overall work experience and has previously worked as a Marketing professional in corporates like Coca-Cola, Dabur and Ranbaxy She's also a Kathak student and co-founder of Subah, A Covid Widow support group
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