- my mom died too early
- only if she had been alive, my life would have been better
- my dad doesn’t know how to love
- my stepmom isn’t fair
- I’ve lost 10 years in my life
- I’m a failure
- I’m confused, don’t know what to do, where to go, completely lost.
I can’t forget the moment I did The Work on ‘my mom died too early’ at the first School. The turnaround ‘I died too early’ was such a great shock that I felt like a big hammer hit my head and in that moment I saw me as a movie film passing by so fast. They were the images of me who lived life like an emotionally dead girl who suppressed anger, sadness, fear without expressing what I wanted since my mom died. I was able to see how the turnaround was so true… how I died so early as a little girl. That’s where my Work journey started and I’ve been doing The Work since then.
And my thoughts now changed to
- my mom lived fully
- my life is good as it is
- my dad loves me in his way
- my stepmom cares about me
- I’ve gained 10 years in my life
- I’m a success
- I’m clear, know what to do, where to go, completely on the right path
I have worked on loss of family members, controlling parents, abuse, anxiety, fear of anxiety, bankruptcy, money, fear of losing identity, fear of losing everything, etc.
The Work isn’t the only way to find peace and freedom and yet I found it very powerful to make a difference in our life on many areas. If anyone wants to experience the power of The Work, I strongly recommend DOING The Work and taste the ‘Loving What Is’.
I am a representative of TheU center and currently working as a Certified Facilitator of The Work. I deliver The Work at universities and community centers and have been facilitating people around the world with The Work on various issues as a person/group.