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Mirrors Don't Lie: Heal Your Shadow. (2 min 25 sec)

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    1. We are triggered by the actions or words of others, even when no physical harm has been inflicted upon us.

    It's easy to believe that the other person is causing our upset, but this perception is merely an illusion. The true source of our emotional response lies within our own minds. Our reactions are rooted in unconscious programming that we are not even aware of until it is reflected back to us through our interactions with others.
    This is where the concept of the "other" plays a crucial role in healing our minds. The people in our lives serve as mirrors, reflecting aspects of ourselves that we have yet to acknowledge or address. These unconscious patterns and beliefs, our "shadow self," can only be brought to light when they appear to manifest in someone else's behavior.
    Without these reflections, we would have no way of recognizing or healing these hidden parts of ourselves. The "other" is doing us a tremendous favor by allowing us to see these unconscious programs and providing an opportunity for healing.
    When we understand this dynamic, we can shift our perspective and take responsibility for our reactions. Instead of blaming others for our upset, we can turn our attention inward and examine the beliefs and thought patterns that have been triggered.
    In this process of self-reflection, we gradually transform our inner landscape. As we heal these unconscious programs within ourselves, our perception of others naturally shifts. We realize that the issues we once projected onto others were a reflection of our unresolved conflicts.
    Our relationships serve as a powerful catalyst for self-discovery. By viewing others as mirrors and taking responsibility for our healing we cultivate greater compassion, understanding, and inner peace.
    The key to emotional freedom lies within our minds. By healing our unconscious programming, we not only transform ourselves but also transform the way we perceive and interact with others.
    #thinkgod

    I am sorry.

    Please forgive me.

    Thank you.
    I love you.
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