Learning to wear others’ shoes

Sometimes when my partner expresses his anger, frustration he expresses his perception of the World.

Sometimes this perception can be distorted. This is ok because each ofus have our own perception of reality. Expressing  his perception says a lot about his inner state, it is a cry for help,for clarification, for moving the energy, for asking love and care.

I read that is important to speak aut when things seem distorted to me and I agree it is important. However, after you have mastered yourinner process of clarification you can go to the level of calmly and detached listening.

It is the time for me to offer space for others to express their own experience of the World. I am strong and wise enough to know that this process can offer confort and  emotional release.

We can afterwards clarify aspects, apologyze if I wronged, express or clarify my intentions. I can express anger in a loving way by expressing my frustration, my feelings, how it makes me feel.

I allow the other to know me better, to know my expectations and my needs. This allows us to connect deeper and meet each others deeper needs or at least acknowledge them.

The 5 love languages book is magic. It explains clearly and simply different languages of live. It is easier to understand the partner when we know what language of love sp


25 Holiday Affirmations by Louise Hay

1508049_10152029720135677_598310557_n“As I quiet down and focus on the beautiful things in my life during this time, I open myself up to my own healing powers

1. I begin today by loving and accepting every part of myself, inside and out, exactly as I am.

2. Today, I look for the beauty in everyone and everything.

3. Today, whenever I need anything, I know that it will be provided.

4. I am grateful for all the good that is coming my way.

5. Today I take a moment to count my blessings.

6. When I think of others, I affirm that they are happy and healthy and that all is well in their world.

7. Traffic jams around the holidays give me time to do more affirmations.

8. Abundance comes to me from expected and unexpected sources, and I express gratitude for all of it.

9. I have unlimited energy during the holidays and I use it well.

10. This is a harmonious, loving, peaceful season. I have time for everyone around me.

11. I now allow new and wonderful things to come into my life. I am open and receptive to all that is good.

12. Change and surprise are evident everywhere I go today. I look with delight at all I see.

13. I make sure the holiday foods and beverages I ingest contribute to my vibrant health.

14. I share my love and holiday joy with everyone I meet. Life is good.

15. I open my home and welcome guests with music and holiday love. They are like a loving family to me.

16. My home is a happy place to be during the holidays. I bless everyone who walks through the door, myself included.

17. My friends are loving and supportive.

18. Everyone in my family is Divinely protected at all times.

19. Loving others is easy when I love and accept myself.

20. Humor and joy contribute to my overall well-being.

21. Compliments are gifts of prosperity. I have learned to accept them graciously.

22. Life is very simple during the holidays and every day. What I give out, I get back.

23. Today I give myself permission to do whatever gives me the most pleasure.

24. Throughout the holidays, I am centered, calm and balanced.

25. As I quiet down and focus on the beautiful things in my life during this time, I open myself up to my own healing powers.”

by Hay House Radio

25 Holiday Affirmations
~ Louise Hay