Category Archives: Relationships

Soul Fragmentation: Explanation in Simple Words

We are often unaware of the emotional wounds and unhealed shock experiences that we carry. Nevertheless they have an influence on our lives. These unsettling and painful events we went through are stored in our body systems and repeat themselves in this life, or from one life to another. So again and again, we are further entangled with them as we keep on attracting what is imprinted in our energy system, our subconscious mind.

For example, split-off soul parts due to childhood trauma have a massive influence on our behaviour as adult. The stage on which our fragmentations show up is usually the relationship with our life partner. We experience an emotional roller coaster, a dance on the volcano – alternating between fiery and frosty. Continue reading

Empathic = Integrated

Being an ’empath’ is actually the natural ability of a healthy, conscious, cosmically tuned-in person. No need to label it as if it was a stigma, or speciality. The fact that traits like higher sense perception, compassion and sensitivity get labeled just shows how far off-track and disintegrated humans have become.

Empathy is also not a gift. It is normal. It is the deficiency or distortion of empathy which is not normal. Lack of empathy is the state of disorder which requires labelling. Or rather warning.

Empath are often seen as the opposite of a narcissist. But the opposite of a narcissist is a more or less equally disintegrated individual, just on the other side of the scale of dysfunction and neediness: the victim, or rescuer (helper syndrome). Continue reading

Emotional Manipulation

spring fresh

Good time for emotional spring cleaning

Again and again I observe how the most talented, warmhearted and sensitive people are controlled and limited by their passive, flattened ego. In contrast stands the bold, elevated and active ego, which tends to be better known simply because it expresses itself blatantly and obviously (loud and inflated). But precisely the identification model which is characterised by doubt, anxiety, avoidance and delay can be very powerful: the hidden or passive ego.

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