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September 17, 2020

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Unconditional Presence: Letting Yourself Have Your Experience

Your openness is more powerful than the feelings you’re opening to.

– John Welwood –

Unconditional Presence: Letting Yourself Have Your Experience

“The journey from self-hatred to self-love involves learning to meet, accept, and open to the being that you are. This begins with letting yourself have your experience. Genuine self-acceptance is not possible as long as you
are resisting, avoiding, judging, or trying to manipulate and control what you experience. Whenever you judge the experience you’re having, you’re not letting yourself be as you are. And this puts you at odds with yourself, creating inner division and conflict. The way to free
yourself from shame and self-blame is through making friends with your experience, no matter what experience you’re having.” John Welwood shares how a process of acknowledging, allowing, opening and entering can bring us into our own unconditional presence. { read more }

Be The Change

Try experimenting with the process Welwood describes. What does it feel like to encounter your own unconditional presence?

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