Integrating Self Acceptance Into Healing

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In this captivating chat, we explore how self-acceptance can integrate all the parts of you. Our guest Liberty Forrest, international-known Psychic and Medium shares how she turned her constant “self-sent-hate-mail” into “fan mail” by thanking her body, mind, and spirit for all the things they do so well. In response, misfortune, sadness, and ill-health started to transform into a calm place of self-acceptance that changed everything. Liberty also shares:

• How to give your body an apology that can work wonders

• Ways to listen to your little inner voice and higher self

• Why it’s so important to take the time getting to know yourself

• Discover how to give compassion for yourself

Plus much more….

About our guest: International Psychic and Medium Liberty Forrest is an award-winning author, a columnist, and a Huffington Post contributor. Her abilities became evident in childhood and naturally evolved over the years until eventually, she began reading professionally. For five years, she appeared approximately monthly on BBC Radio doing “psychic phone-ins.” Liberty combines her professional experience with her natural abilities as a psychic and medium to assist her clients in “getting unstuck” and moving forward in life.

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Liberty Forrest talked about the art of trusting your intuition and yourself in the first episode she was in but Sharon wanted to delve deeper into how to really practice it so she invited her back for this episode.
They open with the need to reconnect with ourselves, our body, respect it, and listen to what it’s trying to tell us ─ and even to apologize to our body for all the negativity we’ve treated it with and not being grateful for all the things it has allowed us to do.
They continue on to mention Liberty’s book The Power and Simplicity of Self-Healing where she talks about filling our body with joy.
She emphasizes again how important it is to reconnect with all moments of joy in life as opposed to all the negatives, the hardships, and challenges

0:12:06.4 At this point, she mentions the work of Louise Hay and, again, how important it is to listen to our body.

0:19:58.8 Here, Sharon asks the question, “What are some things that you do when you walk people through that choice point of beyond apology but into self-forgiveness and forgiveness, in general?” to which Liberty stresses the word “compassion” ─ having compassion for others but especially for yourself.

0:26:35.4 She talks about intuition, that little voice, she says, that never lies to us.

How we “language” things, she says, externally or just internally language things creates outcomes that we may or may not want. Again, she stresses the point that our body is listening and it responds to whatever messages we send to it.

0:48:37.1 Her final thought goes back to having compassion for ourselves and getting to know ourselves ─ in her words, “allowing yourself to have your feelings and your thoughts” ─ towards a path of real healing and joy and happiness.

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