Our emotional wounds, whether we experienced them in childhood or later in life, often play out in dysfunctional and co-dependent relationships. Each one attracts to themselves the person who will set up the opportunity for them to heal. (This can be painful, but well worth the gift of healing it provides)
As we examine how relationships set the stage for transformation, we must understand that all relationships whether they are in one’s family, in the workplace or even briefly with a stranger, are designed to usher in our spiritual evolution through the lessons they provide. However, the people with whom we are the closest often provide the most challenging lessons.
2 Replies to “Emotional Wounds”
How true. I’m experiencing some of of that truth as I
write my memoirs. The wounds have been heal but in writing about them in memoir , how do I share what I hold as my truth abouth the lessons learned and protect other characters in the story who part of the healed wound their wound and the on they inflicted..The only reason I would like to to reveal that story is to ilustrate that some of those wounds if not healed establish disfunctional
Delia the healing of our wounds is a vital part of our existence. The chapter on forgiveness in ” The Transforming Power of Affirmative Prayer…” contains profound practices to support the healing of emotional wounds. Your memoir would would offer hope that healing truly frees us….keep writing Delia.