In an interview serie there is mentioned to start looking at the word abandoned and to bring into self-forgiveness what we have attached to this word, as we mostly all have lived and/or live this word in some way, like feeling abandoned and/or abandon ourself or a part of ourself.

I would like to focus on how I tend to abandon certain body-parts or organs that are not functioning well as how would be optimum possible so to speak and then look for the deeper dimensions in this, as for example looking at where I abandon parts of – or experiences within myself and how I have then stored these experiences within certain parts or organs of my body and then when the organ or body-part shows a misalignment, I tend to abandon the organ or body-part as well, like ‘pushing away the pain’.

I will partly walk this process in a speaking of self-forgiveness as I have found this effective and I wil not be able to write out everything within the blogs due to time. I have found it effective to lay down with myself in moments that the physical dyscomfort is ‘roaring it’s head’ and to push with my hands on the places that ‘hurt’ or constrict and then see what is coming up and bring it into self-forgiveness, without trying to ‘make sense’ of it. Often, I will be able to release an emotion and if I am effective in it and being able to go deep enough and self-honestly see what the misalignment is within myself, the physical constriction can also release. This is not happening everytime and it can also be possible that I need to walk a point more in ‘real time’, before I see for example how I stored a deep self-belief as a ‘sentence’ within me where I keep on reacting to certain situations or people because I am ‘coming from’ or ‘looking through the eyes of’ this self-belief and connected/integrated experience, instead of directly being able to see myself or another or a situation or moment in it’s totality.

For today only the introduction – to be continued.


This blog does in no way contain a medical advise. With unclarity about a condition – physically or mentally – always contact a practioner/specialist/doctor in the related area to get the support you need and from here, see how you can additionally walk your own process to get to know and support yourself in relation to your own body and mind.

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