You Can Reclaim Inner Peace, Even After Abuse

You Can Reclaim Inner Peace, Even After Abuse

eInner peace is possible for you, and every other survivor of abuse, to find. It comes with one simple thing: building a home within yourself.

Obviously, I’m not talking about a literal home. But rather, a safe place where you can feel and process all emotions. Where you exist authentically and can choose how to share your true self with the world.

It’s by understanding that emotions are safe to feel and that you are perfect just as you are, that you will find inner peace.

Of course, this isn’t something we can just wish and then suddenly feel. You’ve been violated, frightened, and traumatized by your abuser. And that’s nothing light or easy to get over.

I know that, I’ve felt that. I’ve lived that.

And yet it’s totally possible to manifest inner peace. All you have to do is try these two techniques. Simply click play on the video below!

Check out this blog to discover how feeling your emotions can bring more peace.

Only have a few minutes? Don’t miss these highlights:

At 1:24, I talk about why us survivors are chronically afraid. Once you know this, you’ll be one step closer to reclaiming inner peace.

2:11 is when I jump into the first technique! You’ll see how to step back and feel your emotions in a way that automatically stops them from overwhelming you.

At 3:35 discover how to find unshakable stability in the midst of emotional chaos, through a powerful technique called “grounding.”

If you’re looking to dive more into confidence with your authentic self—check out this video here

If there’s one thing you take away from this video, make sure it’s this:

Inner peace is found when you create a home within yourself—somewhere that’s safe to feel intense emotions.

This is powerful stuff, so I’d absolutely love to hear your thoughts in a comment below! First, give one of these two techniques a try. Even if it’s just for five seconds.

What did you learn from this? Any powerful insights or shifts in your own inner peace?

You can always leave a question, too. I read every comment and I’d be happy to get back to you.

As always, I’d love for you to share this blog with another survivor. There are so few resources (let alone free resources) out there for us, and this video is one of them! It can truly change a life.

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  • Maggie
    April 24, 2018 at 6:38 am

    Thank you for this.
    Last night I was talking to my husband and something so viscous and nasty came out of my mouth directed at myself.
    And I suddenly realized in a flash that this is the norm for how I treat myself. My mother is living in my head.
    So. Time for an eviction notice.

    I’ll be back for more.
    God bless you
    (Or the Universe or Buddha… you know. What ever blows your skirt up)

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