Why do we lash out…?

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When you are unkind to your partner, what is actually going on?  What’s underneath the trauma and upset that you are not paying attention to?  This week we’ll look at being vulnerable so we can see how we are actually getting everything we desire even if we haven’t been willing to see it before.

Keep asking,”what’s underneath this upset?” for your awareness to increase.  Don’t try to get an immediate answer.  You are not looking for an answer, you are just allowing yourself to be open to responses, possibly many responses, that increase your awareness and understanding.  At a certain point you will have clarity, and the whole thing will unravel.  This is one way to allow change to occur with ease.

If this helps or you would like to leave a comment, please do!  I’d love to hear from you!!

xo,

Julie

Building the Muscle of Being, Receiving, Perceiving and Knowing…

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When your partner is “in the thick of it”, how do you maintain your course rather than getting stuck in the muck?  It takes practice to build the muscle.  Just like working out in a gym, building the muscles of awareness and choice may take a while before you get the results.  Don’t give up!  Keep going!  Have a look at this clip from my session with Laurie and find out what I have learned over the past 10 years with Access tools.

Love to hear your feedback!

xo,

Julie

How to Change the future…

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Over time our points of view and decisions create a solidity in our future, which eventually creates the wall of separation that shows up in long term relationships.  Here is a super cool tool that taps into quantum physics to change that solidity into the space of possibilities.

Try it out.  Play with this.  And let me know what happens for you!

xo,

Julie

How does it get Better…?

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Sometimes our greatest limitations are where we have decided we have it good… because this keeps us from exploring what else greater might be possible.  So using this tool in any situation, when things are good or not so good, allows the universe to deliver new possibilities that are greater that what is currently showing up.  How much more can we receive?  More joy?  More fun?  More possibilities?

Was this helpful?  Would love to hear from you!

xo,

Julie

What if your partner doesn’t want to play?

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How much have we made our partner “the one” and “only” playmate in our lives?  Isn’t that a lot of pressure for one person?  And if they are not willing to play, where does that leave you?  What if you could have lots of friends to play with?  What if we could open up the infinite possibilities like kids do… where they will not shut off or shut down because someone doesn’t want to play, they’ll find another friend, or even play by themselves.

What questions does this subject bring up for you?  I’d love to hear your comments.

xo,

Julie