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This is one of the biggest challenges I face with some clients, getting them to repair the disconnection between their head and their heart. I call this the Ichabod Crane Effect named after the headless horseman in the book, “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.” When we are young and are faced with experiences that cause overwhelming emotions, we may unconsciously decide to cut off from our body and our feelings; thereby setting up a lifetime pattern of disassociating from ourselves.

This protective pattern of living in our heads makes connecting to others very challenging. We wear shields of armor, unconsciously perceiving threats from the external world, especially in our committed love relationships. Many times, our reaction to our perception is to elicit a response from others to validate our story and prove we must defend and protect the unresolved vulnerable aspect of self.

I know this pattern all too well as I dealt with the aftermath of my past traumas. This is one of the main reasons I am so passionate to help others and created The Re-Claiming ProcessÔ at The Center for Neurological Intelligence™.

This pattern of internal disconnection is not a lifelong sentence. You can reveal, release and resolve the neurological pathways that contain the coding for this debilitating pattern. What was once a necessary survival skill early in life will morph in our adult life and create the greatest personal challenge for our growth and the health and success of our love relationships. Are you ready to do the deep work to free yourself from the bo***ge of your past?

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#GlennSCohenCoaching

#InnerHealing #Transformation #Trauma #Mindfulness #ChildTrauma #EmotionalWounds #PTSD #Relationships #SelfLove #Spirituality #Meditation #LifeCoach #Empowerment #CouplesTherapy #Marriage #Patterns #InnerPeace #mentalhealth #anxiety #depression #lifecoaching #innerpeace #healandgrow #healing #healingcommunity
We all have our own unique special brand of “weirdness.” These aspects of self are either wounded younger versions of self or protective personalities that guard and protect the vulnerable wounded younger ones.

When we get triggered and our nervous system activates above a certain level, the multiple aspects of our inner world come alive. The wounded one cries out for help and our guardians do their best to protect them. We regress back in time whereby we think and act like a child or a reptile.

The challenge of the journey is to learn how to love and accept all of our wonderful weirdness. Unfortunately, what happens is we create an adversarial relationship with these various aspects of self. Our disempowered self-talk criticizes, shames and rejects these entities, leading us to create inner conflicts.

When we can learn how to step into the innate role of our mindful empowered self, we can begin the process of ending the inner resistance and accepting all aspects of our inner world. We understand the intentions and fears of our protective guardians and gain their trust. Then we can heal and release the burdens of our wounded ones and bring peace, harmony and love to ourselves.

#CenterforNI
#CNI
#CNICommnity
#Glennisms
#GlennSCohenCoaching

#InnerHealing #Transformation #Trauma #Mindfulness #ChildTrauma #EmotionalWounds #PTSD #Relationships #SelfLove #Spirituality #Meditation #LifeCoach #Empowerment #CouplesTherapy #Marriage #Patterns #InnerPeace #mentalhealth #anxiety #depression #lifecoaching #innerpeace #healandgrow #healing #healingcommunity
Wishing you and yours a safe, loving and joyful Thanksgiving, where we give thanks and show gratitude. I have a question for you to ponder that is especially relevant considering we are beginning the holiday season.

I ask that you reflect on your answer from multiple directions about how you show up for your intimate love partner and then toward other family members and friends “Is your Relationship Report card with whomever filled with A’s or D’s?

Those who read the posts from The Center for Neurological Intelligence™ know that I am a firm believer in the perspective that we all have choice. The challenge is when we become triggered and seem to lose control of our adult facilities. The gap between stimulus and choice is small and many times we get triggered and unconsciously go down the low road of reactivity. When this occurs, we morph into a different personality that is either rigid and shuts down or chaotic and shouts out. This is the culprit for most of the conflicts in the space between called “WE.”

When we are reactive, we usually engage our partner or others with a barrage of D’s. We Deny our accountability to the challenge and Deflect our responsibility for whatever. We Disconnect from them and Dismiss their thoughts, feelings and needs. We Defend our story to the bitter end and Debate the others perspective until they give up. If this is your usual reactive mode, let me ask you, “How is this working for you?”

Instead, you have a choice to show up and be mindful to stay in the attaching A’s. First, is to be Available to hold space as a Mindful Receiver. Then Attune to your partner and see, hear and feel the world through their eyes, without judgement. Then, Acknowledge their perceptions, emotions and feelings regarding their message. Align with how they made sense of that experience and finally, if necessary, Assure them of a strategy or a compromise.
Do you speak to yourself in a way you would like others to speak to you? Do you treat yourself in the way you would like others to treat you? As imperfect beings, most of us are burdened in some way with unresolved neurological wounds from the past. These inner wounds led us to develop disempowered patterns for how we think about and treat ourselves.

These various disempowered patterns are fueled by limiting beliefs and painful emotions. Over time, we created an identity for who we think we are and how the world is. One of the most powerful unconscious patterns we have within our inner world is to be congruent with our identify. If we are not who we think we are, then we lose our sense of safety, certainty and trust with ourselves.

We are self-validating systems and have a strong need to re-affirm our identity, even if it causes us to suffer. What ends up happening is we create cycles for how we show up, so the external world responds back to us, and we filter our perception in such a way, so we validate our limiting belief’s and trigger the unresolved painful emotions.

This state of being becomes our safe place, our comfort zone. This forms a boundary upon which we confine ourselves and contains the protective patterns we use to guard and validate our disempowered identify.

#CenterforNI
#CNI
#CNICommnity
#Glennisms
#GlennSCohenCoaching

#InnerHealing #Transformation #Trauma #Mindfulness #ChildTrauma #EmotionalWounds #PTSD #Relationships #SelfLove #Spirituality #Meditation #LifeCoach #Empowerment #CouplesTherapy #Marriage #Patterns #InnerPeace #mentalhealth #anxiety #depression #lifecoaching #innerpeace #healandgrow #healing #healingcommunity
In life, especially early in childhood, we perceive events – real or imagined – where our nervous system activates outside of our zone of tolerance for a period of time. These neurological events metaphorically fracture our inner world and aspects of self are left vulnerable and unresolved.

These neurologically wounded aspects are stuck, frozen in time encoded with the painful emotions and beliefs about the experience. These are referred to as our Inner Children who cry out for help when we get triggered in certain situations. When we unconsciously associate to and activate this fractured aspect of self, we can feel the body sensations, emotions and perceive the perceptions of that time. We regress and sense, we feel and act much younger than we are in the present.

At the Center for Neurological Intelligence™, we believe that healing and growth begins with an understanding of how our inner world is programmed from the past and operates in the present. Using strategic intentional meditative experiences, we teach and lead clients to change the context of what happened within and release the painful emotions and limiting belief’s the Inner Child is burdened with.

True healing of our inner world involves re-claiming our wholeness by resolving the fractured aspects, re-connecting with the highest version of our mindful empowered higher self, and giving ourselves permission to live life with a peaceful soul.

#CenterforNI
#CNI
#CNICommnity
#Glennisms
#GlennSCohenCoaching

#InnerHealing #Transformation #Trauma #Mindfulness #ChildTrauma #EmotionalWounds #PTSD #Relationships #SelfLove #Spirituality #Meditation #LifeCoach #Empowerment #CouplesTherapy #Marriage #Patterns #InnerPeace #mentalhealth #anxiety #depression #lifecoaching #innerpeace #healandgrow #healing #healingcommunity

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Are you resisting a change that seems to be persisting? The process of change can be challenging and the most difficult aspect of this amazing unfolding of the human experience is how much we resist changing. I believe this is due to how we have neurologically wired in boundaries around certain patterns of protection which become our safe place, our comfort zone.

Pattens of protection are formed during and after times of high emotional experiences – real or imagined. These neurological bundles of energy and information contain the codes for the software that run our patterns. We create references for what things mean to us based on the context of the experience. We then unconsciously re-enact and re-enforce the pattern for who we think we are and how the world is.

When we form disempowered references, we use these to construct our unconscious beliefs. We then create rules regarding these beliefs, and these form the boundary which creates the inner resistance to change. The challenge is to lean into the uncomfortable feelings of the resistance over and over in order to become comfortable with the uncomfortable allowing the boundary to dissolve and empower change to occur.

#CenterforNI
#CNI
#CNICommnity
#Glennisms
#GlennSCohenCoaching

#InnerHealing #Transformation #Trauma #Mindfulness #ChildTrauma #EmotionalWounds #PTSD #Relationships #SelfLove #Spirituality #Meditation #LifeCoach #Empowerment #CouplesTherapy #Marriage #Patterns #InnerPeace #mentalhealth #anxiety #depression #lifecoaching #innerpeace #healandgrow #healing #healingcommunity

Founder Glenn S. Cohen is proud to present the Center for Neurological Intelligence™. A healing c We invite you to embark on a healing journey unlike any other.

Our Founder, Glenn S. Cohen, invites individuals and couples to embark on a journey through their past, present and future. Gaining Neurological Intelligence™ begins with an understanding of how our nervous system is formed and programmed, why it operates on repeating patterns, and how to change disempowered patterns that cause us and others to experience disconnection, pain and suffering. We are

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Photos from Center for N.I.'s post 11/30/2021

This is one of the biggest challenges I face with some clients, getting them to repair the disconnection between their head and their heart. I call this the Ichabod Crane Effect named after the headless horseman in the book, “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.” When we are young and are faced with experiences that cause overwhelming emotions, we may unconsciously decide to cut off from our body and our feelings; thereby setting up a lifetime pattern of disassociating from ourselves.

This protective pattern of living in our heads makes connecting to others very challenging. We wear shields of armor, unconsciously perceiving threats from the external world, especially in our committed love relationships. Many times, our reaction to our perception is to elicit a response from others to validate our story and prove we must defend and protect the unresolved vulnerable aspect of self.

I know this pattern all too well as I dealt with the aftermath of my past traumas. This is one of the main reasons I am so passionate to help others and created The Re-Claiming ProcessÔ at The Center for Neurological Intelligence™.

This pattern of internal disconnection is not a lifelong sentence. You can reveal, release and resolve the neurological pathways that contain the coding for this debilitating pattern. What was once a necessary survival skill early in life will morph in our adult life and create the greatest personal challenge for our growth and the health and success of our love relationships. Are you ready to do the deep work to free yourself from the bo***ge of your past?

#CenterforNI
#CNI
#CNICommnity
#Glennisms
#GlennSCohenCoaching

#InnerHealing #Transformation #Trauma #Mindfulness #ChildTrauma #EmotionalWounds #PTSD #Relationships #SelfLove #Spirituality #Meditation #LifeCoach #Empowerment #CouplesTherapy #Marriage #Patterns #InnerPeace #mentalhealth #anxiety #depression #lifecoaching #innerpeace #healandgrow #healing #healingcommunity

Timeline Photos 11/29/2021

We all have our own unique special brand of “weirdness.” These aspects of self are either wounded younger versions of self or protective personalities that guard and protect the vulnerable wounded younger ones.

When we get triggered and our nervous system activates above a certain level, the multiple aspects of our inner world come alive. The wounded one cries out for help and our guardians do their best to protect them. We regress back in time whereby we think and act like a child or a reptile.

The challenge of the journey is to learn how to love and accept all of our wonderful weirdness. Unfortunately, what happens is we create an adversarial relationship with these various aspects of self. Our disempowered self-talk criticizes, shames and rejects these entities, leading us to create inner conflicts.

When we can learn how to step into the innate role of our mindful empowered self, we can begin the process of ending the inner resistance and accepting all aspects of our inner world. We understand the intentions and fears of our protective guardians and gain their trust. Then we can heal and release the burdens of our wounded ones and bring peace, harmony and love to ourselves.

#CenterforNI
#CNI
#CNICommnity
#Glennisms
#GlennSCohenCoaching

#InnerHealing #Transformation #Trauma #Mindfulness #ChildTrauma #EmotionalWounds #PTSD #Relationships #SelfLove #Spirituality #Meditation #LifeCoach #Empowerment #CouplesTherapy #Marriage #Patterns #InnerPeace #mentalhealth #anxiety #depression #lifecoaching #innerpeace #healandgrow #healing #healingcommunity

We all have our own unique special brand of “weirdness.” These aspects of self are either wounded younger versions of self or protective personalities that guard and protect the vulnerable wounded younger ones.

When we get triggered and our nervous system activates above a certain level, the multiple aspects of our inner world come alive. The wounded one cries out for help and our guardians do their best to protect them. We regress back in time whereby we think and act like a child or a reptile.

The challenge of the journey is to learn how to love and accept all of our wonderful weirdness. Unfortunately, what happens is we create an adversarial relationship with these various aspects of self. Our disempowered self-talk criticizes, shames and rejects these entities, leading us to create inner conflicts.

When we can learn how to step into the innate role of our mindful empowered self, we can begin the process of ending the inner resistance and accepting all aspects of our inner world. We understand the intentions and fears of our protective guardians and gain their trust. Then we can heal and release the burdens of our wounded ones and bring peace, harmony and love to ourselves.

#CenterforNI
#CNI
#CNICommnity
#Glennisms
#GlennSCohenCoaching

#InnerHealing #Transformation #Trauma #Mindfulness #ChildTrauma #EmotionalWounds #PTSD #Relationships #SelfLove #Spirituality #Meditation #LifeCoach #Empowerment #CouplesTherapy #Marriage #Patterns #InnerPeace #mentalhealth #anxiety #depression #lifecoaching #innerpeace #healandgrow #healing #healingcommunity

Timeline Photos 11/25/2021

Wishing you and yours a safe, loving and joyful Thanksgiving, where we give thanks and show gratitude. I have a question for you to ponder that is especially relevant considering we are beginning the holiday season.

I ask that you reflect on your answer from multiple directions about how you show up for your intimate love partner and then toward other family members and friends “Is your Relationship Report card with whomever filled with A’s or D’s?

Those who read the posts from The Center for Neurological Intelligence™ know that I am a firm believer in the perspective that we all have choice. The challenge is when we become triggered and seem to lose control of our adult facilities. The gap between stimulus and choice is small and many times we get triggered and unconsciously go down the low road of reactivity. When this occurs, we morph into a different personality that is either rigid and shuts down or chaotic and shouts out. This is the culprit for most of the conflicts in the space between called “WE.”

When we are reactive, we usually engage our partner or others with a barrage of D’s. We Deny our accountability to the challenge and Deflect our responsibility for whatever. We Disconnect from them and Dismiss their thoughts, feelings and needs. We Defend our story to the bitter end and Debate the others perspective until they give up. If this is your usual reactive mode, let me ask you, “How is this working for you?”

Instead, you have a choice to show up and be mindful to stay in the attaching A’s. First, is to be Available to hold space as a Mindful Receiver. Then Attune to your partner and see, hear and feel the world through their eyes, without judgement. Then, Acknowledge their perceptions, emotions and feelings regarding their message. Align with how they made sense of that experience and finally, if necessary, Assure them of a strategy or a compromise.

Wishing you and yours a safe, loving and joyful Thanksgiving, where we give thanks and show gratitude. I have a question for you to ponder that is especially relevant considering we are beginning the holiday season.

I ask that you reflect on your answer from multiple directions about how you show up for your intimate love partner and then toward other family members and friends “Is your Relationship Report card with whomever filled with A’s or D’s?

Those who read the posts from The Center for Neurological Intelligence™ know that I am a firm believer in the perspective that we all have choice. The challenge is when we become triggered and seem to lose control of our adult facilities. The gap between stimulus and choice is small and many times we get triggered and unconsciously go down the low road of reactivity. When this occurs, we morph into a different personality that is either rigid and shuts down or chaotic and shouts out. This is the culprit for most of the conflicts in the space between called “WE.”

When we are reactive, we usually engage our partner or others with a barrage of D’s. We Deny our accountability to the challenge and Deflect our responsibility for whatever. We Disconnect from them and Dismiss their thoughts, feelings and needs. We Defend our story to the bitter end and Debate the others perspective until they give up. If this is your usual reactive mode, let me ask you, “How is this working for you?”

Instead, you have a choice to show up and be mindful to stay in the attaching A’s. First, is to be Available to hold space as a Mindful Receiver. Then Attune to your partner and see, hear and feel the world through their eyes, without judgement. Then, Acknowledge their perceptions, emotions and feelings regarding their message. Align with how they made sense of that experience and finally, if necessary, Assure them of a strategy or a compromise.

11/24/2021

Do you speak to yourself in a way you would like others to speak to you? Do you treat yourself in the way you would like others to treat you? As imperfect beings, most of us are burdened in some way with unresolved neurological wounds from the past. These inner wounds led us to develop disempowered patterns for how we think about and treat ourselves.

These various disempowered patterns are fueled by limiting beliefs and painful emotions. Over time, we created an identity for who we think we are and how the world is. One of the most powerful unconscious patterns we have within our inner world is to be congruent with our identify. If we are not who we think we are, then we lose our sense of safety, certainty and trust with ourselves.

We are self-validating systems and have a strong need to re-affirm our identity, even if it causes us to suffer. What ends up happening is we create cycles for how we show up, so the external world responds back to us, and we filter our perception in such a way, so we validate our limiting belief’s and trigger the unresolved painful emotions.

This state of being becomes our safe place, our comfort zone. This forms a boundary upon which we confine ourselves and contains the protective patterns we use to guard and validate our disempowered identify.

#CenterforNI
#CNI
#CNICommnity
#Glennisms
#GlennSCohenCoaching

#InnerHealing #Transformation #Trauma #Mindfulness #ChildTrauma #EmotionalWounds #PTSD #Relationships #SelfLove #Spirituality #Meditation #LifeCoach #Empowerment #CouplesTherapy #Marriage #Patterns #InnerPeace #mentalhealth #anxiety #depression #lifecoaching #innerpeace #healandgrow #healing #healingcommunity

Do you speak to yourself in a way you would like others to speak to you? Do you treat yourself in the way you would like others to treat you? As imperfect beings, most of us are burdened in some way with unresolved neurological wounds from the past. These inner wounds led us to develop disempowered patterns for how we think about and treat ourselves.

These various disempowered patterns are fueled by limiting beliefs and painful emotions. Over time, we created an identity for who we think we are and how the world is. One of the most powerful unconscious patterns we have within our inner world is to be congruent with our identify. If we are not who we think we are, then we lose our sense of safety, certainty and trust with ourselves.

We are self-validating systems and have a strong need to re-affirm our identity, even if it causes us to suffer. What ends up happening is we create cycles for how we show up, so the external world responds back to us, and we filter our perception in such a way, so we validate our limiting belief’s and trigger the unresolved painful emotions.

This state of being becomes our safe place, our comfort zone. This forms a boundary upon which we confine ourselves and contains the protective patterns we use to guard and validate our disempowered identify.

#CenterforNI
#CNI
#CNICommnity
#Glennisms
#GlennSCohenCoaching

#InnerHealing #Transformation #Trauma #Mindfulness #ChildTrauma #EmotionalWounds #PTSD #Relationships #SelfLove #Spirituality #Meditation #LifeCoach #Empowerment #CouplesTherapy #Marriage #Patterns #InnerPeace #mentalhealth #anxiety #depression #lifecoaching #innerpeace #healandgrow #healing #healingcommunity

11/23/2021

In life, especially early in childhood, we perceive events – real or imagined – where our nervous system activates outside of our zone of tolerance for a period of time. These neurological events metaphorically fracture our inner world and aspects of self are left vulnerable and unresolved.

These neurologically wounded aspects are stuck, frozen in time encoded with the painful emotions and beliefs about the experience. These are referred to as our Inner Children who cry out for help when we get triggered in certain situations. When we unconsciously associate to and activate this fractured aspect of self, we can feel the body sensations, emotions and perceive the perceptions of that time. We regress and sense, we feel and act much younger than we are in the present.

At the Center for Neurological Intelligence™, we believe that healing and growth begins with an understanding of how our inner world is programmed from the past and operates in the present. Using strategic intentional meditative experiences, we teach and lead clients to change the context of what happened within and release the painful emotions and limiting belief’s the Inner Child is burdened with.

True healing of our inner world involves re-claiming our wholeness by resolving the fractured aspects, re-connecting with the highest version of our mindful empowered higher self, and giving ourselves permission to live life with a peaceful soul.

#CenterforNI
#CNI
#CNICommnity
#Glennisms
#GlennSCohenCoaching

#InnerHealing #Transformation #Trauma #Mindfulness #ChildTrauma #EmotionalWounds #PTSD #Relationships #SelfLove #Spirituality #Meditation #LifeCoach #Empowerment #CouplesTherapy #Marriage #Patterns #InnerPeace #mentalhealth #anxiety #depression #lifecoaching #innerpeace #healandgrow #healing #healingcommunity

www.centerforni.com
https://www.instagram.com/p/CWoEhVzJ2UC/

In life, especially early in childhood, we perceive events – real or imagined – where our nervous system activates outside of our zone of tolerance for a period of time. These neurological events metaphorically fracture our inner world and aspects of self are left vulnerable and unresolved.

These neurologically wounded aspects are stuck, frozen in time encoded with the painful emotions and beliefs about the experience. These are referred to as our Inner Children who cry out for help when we get triggered in certain situations. When we unconsciously associate to and activate this fractured aspect of self, we can feel the body sensations, emotions and perceive the perceptions of that time. We regress and sense, we feel and act much younger than we are in the present.

At the Center for Neurological Intelligence™, we believe that healing and growth begins with an understanding of how our inner world is programmed from the past and operates in the present. Using strategic intentional meditative experiences, we teach and lead clients to change the context of what happened within and release the painful emotions and limiting belief’s the Inner Child is burdened with.

True healing of our inner world involves re-claiming our wholeness by resolving the fractured aspects, re-connecting with the highest version of our mindful empowered higher self, and giving ourselves permission to live life with a peaceful soul.

#CenterforNI
#CNI
#CNICommnity
#Glennisms
#GlennSCohenCoaching

#InnerHealing #Transformation #Trauma #Mindfulness #ChildTrauma #EmotionalWounds #PTSD #Relationships #SelfLove #Spirituality #Meditation #LifeCoach #Empowerment #CouplesTherapy #Marriage #Patterns #InnerPeace #mentalhealth #anxiety #depression #lifecoaching #innerpeace #healandgrow #healing #healingcommunity

www.centerforni.com
https://www.instagram.com/p/CWoEhVzJ2UC/

11/22/2021

Are you resisting a change that seems to be persisting? The process of change can be challenging and the most difficult aspect of this amazing unfolding of the human experience is how much we resist changing. I believe this is due to how we have neurologically wired in boundaries around certain patterns of protection which become our safe place, our comfort zone.

Pattens of protection are formed during and after times of high emotional experiences – real or imagined. These neurological bundles of energy and information contain the codes for the software that run our patterns. We create references for what things mean to us based on the context of the experience. We then unconsciously re-enact and re-enforce the pattern for who we think we are and how the world is.

When we form disempowered references, we use these to construct our unconscious beliefs. We then create rules regarding these beliefs, and these form the boundary which creates the inner resistance to change. The challenge is to lean into the uncomfortable feelings of the resistance over and over in order to become comfortable with the uncomfortable allowing the boundary to dissolve and empower change to occur.

#CenterforNI
#CNI
#CNICommnity
#Glennisms
#GlennSCohenCoaching

#InnerHealing #Transformation #Trauma #Mindfulness #ChildTrauma #EmotionalWounds #PTSD #Relationships #SelfLove #Spirituality #Meditation #LifeCoach #Empowerment #CouplesTherapy #Marriage #Patterns #InnerPeace #mentalhealth #anxiety #depression #lifecoaching #innerpeace #healandgrow #healing #healingcommunity

Are you resisting a change that seems to be persisting? The process of change can be challenging and the most difficult aspect of this amazing unfolding of the human experience is how much we resist changing. I believe this is due to how we have neurologically wired in boundaries around certain patterns of protection which become our safe place, our comfort zone.

Pattens of protection are formed during and after times of high emotional experiences – real or imagined. These neurological bundles of energy and information contain the codes for the software that run our patterns. We create references for what things mean to us based on the context of the experience. We then unconsciously re-enact and re-enforce the pattern for who we think we are and how the world is.

When we form disempowered references, we use these to construct our unconscious beliefs. We then create rules regarding these beliefs, and these form the boundary which creates the inner resistance to change. The challenge is to lean into the uncomfortable feelings of the resistance over and over in order to become comfortable with the uncomfortable allowing the boundary to dissolve and empower change to occur.

#CenterforNI
#CNI
#CNICommnity
#Glennisms
#GlennSCohenCoaching

#InnerHealing #Transformation #Trauma #Mindfulness #ChildTrauma #EmotionalWounds #PTSD #Relationships #SelfLove #Spirituality #Meditation #LifeCoach #Empowerment #CouplesTherapy #Marriage #Patterns #InnerPeace #mentalhealth #anxiety #depression #lifecoaching #innerpeace #healandgrow #healing #healingcommunity

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