Posted by: dianaiannarone | November 2, 2016

What is the Theme of Your Life?


What is the Theme of Your Life?

People often feel this sense of frustration, or feel stuck, despite the fact that they can’t always put their finger on precisely why. Or they can—yet they don’t know how to break free from their present condition.

The challenge is how to uncover the hindrance that keeps them going in circles so they can get off that merry-go-round. Rest assured, that no matter what the circumstance, an unresolved childhood wound is holding them captive on that ride.

It is not by chance that we often find ourselves in the same situations, a sort of repeated pattern that keeps occurring in our life. There are several ways to get to the root cause of our captivity. One is to find the theme of our life starting with our present situations.

Step back…take a long view of each aspect of your life and evaluate if there is a common theme. Once you find the common theme, you will be well on your way to breaking it. The theme might be:

No one listens to me.

No one supports me.

I have to do everything myself.

People take advantage of me.

I am not appreciated.

I do not exist.

I am invisible.

I am not good enough.

All those experiences that seem to indicate the theme in your life is real; exist purely because of an unresolved childhood wound. Once the internal wound is discovered, it can be healed, and the pattern or theme of your life can be forever broken. Invest in your self-discovery and get off the merry-go-round so that you can finally forge ahead with your life.

There is no time like the present.

Wake Up to how you’re operating from past hurts, Stand Up for your non-negotiable qualities and Live Free into your next reality.

Life is not meant to be a struggle, and healing from harsh forces is a beautiful, gentle awakening to the one limiting core belief—the red thorn—that can be gently released (not extracted).

Cut Your Root of Captivity.

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We do not give legal advice, nor do we use legal principles to apply to your circumstances. We are neither lawyers nor medical professionals.

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