Written by: Sabine Roggermeier; Immersion Coaching
Did you know that children up to the age of seven or eight years old are like sponges?
When we come into this world there is so much for us to learn, like eating, speaking, walking, how to behave etc., we are created for this time period to suck up all the information around us, for we literally have to create our own map of how the world works and how we work within it. That’s why our system is so open at that time, taking everything in unfiltered. Good or bad.
Later then as grown-ups we might realize we’re having challenges: to create a loving relationship or abundance of money, to be as healthy or fulfilled as we wish for. It’s easy to blame our parents, our partners or anyone else for the trouble we have. Change often seems harder to manifest.
But to grow up not only physically, but emotionally and mentally we have to be willing to take responsibility for our challenges and for the change we seek. We have to cut our own strings so to speak to become the “unattached” version of ourselves that is unconfined from patterns we took at an early age and then created our lives from.
Like a puppet without strings we can freely move through our lives “embracing the diamond” beauty of what we are, what we bring to, and what we can have in intimate relationship“ or anywhere else.
This week’s homework:
What strings are you ready to cut?