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Realizing -that healing practices are conflicted by trying to program people into new beliefs about them self at same time. Teaching a person to identify as an addict or alcoholic identity, role, while guiding them to open up energetically and be vulnerable, honest, compassionate with them self- while at the same time telling them they are the disease they suffer from is not congruent at all.
Healing is a raising up of frequency and a learning to let go of beliefs, behaviors, patterns, thought loops, reactions that sabotage your life. Healing is a practice to return our self to balance.
Programming a person to believe a new identity as a diagnosis undermines the healing ways.
People are not served by putting them in conflict.
First we need unraveling, nurturing, support in looking into the mirror of our support and questioning , sitting with these questions, reflecting as we let go of beliefs/ reactions/ behaviors that no longer serve us.
We do not know what we are and never will really so the push to demand a person be compliant in taking on a new identity is violating, not healing.
Recovery will improve its effectiveness when we stop pasting labels and projecting our so called knowledge onto clients and start practicing healing and de-roleing from those stories, identities, behaviors that we created or inherited that sabotage us. Begin to learn letting that go -not define yourself by it.
Choice point for us. Are we really serving healing ways or are we practicing witchcraft casting spells of false identities on to people that come to us for help?
We need to be questioning everything we, the “professionals”, think we know. That’s our responsibility to not get stuck on our beliefs. Life is always right, watch life.
We need more healing and a lot less programming.
Lee Mccormick
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