AnisaAven

AnisaAven

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354 weeks ago @ Anisa Aven's Conscious... - What to do when the BO... · 0 replies · +1 points

I'm so glad it came at just the right time, Patricia!

390 weeks ago @ Anisa Aven's Conscious... - Am I really addicted t... · 0 replies · +1 points

Thank you, Roxanne. I am on this path with you... constantly asking for help for higher and better states of conscious growth. :) I love the prayer... think I'll do that now as well. Much love and light, Anisa

413 weeks ago @ Anisa Aven's Conscious... - How do I know if I'm v... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hi there, I'm so glad you enjoyed it! The link to rsvp for Dr. Jean Houston's presentation is http://bit.ly/nEJZwu

I look forward to connecting with you next week. Create a great weekend! Anisa

413 weeks ago @ Anisa Aven's Conscious... - How do I know if I'm v... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hi there, I'm so glad you enjoyed it!  The link to rsvp for Dr. Jean Houston's presentation is http://bit.ly/nEJZwu  />I look forward to connecting with you next week. Create a great weekend! Anisa

416 weeks ago @ Anisa Aven's Conscious... - How to Create a Commit... · 0 replies · +1 points

HI Juila! That's weird it's shows up on mine with a the player! Here's another way to access the recording: http://www.byoaudio.com/play/WxxfkRTK -- that one works for me too... hope it does for you! love and light, Anisa

418 weeks ago @ Anisa Aven's Conscious... - How the brutal attack ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Thank you, Kelly. It took me a while to figure out what was really happening - inside - for me, so I have had to re-read it myself! :)
By the way, I love your http://inspirationalplanning.com/ site - your system for managing our intentions, goals, and tasks is just brilliant.
Thank you again for your kind words. Much love and light, Anisa

418 weeks ago @ Anisa Aven's Conscious... - How the brutal attack ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Thank you, Valerie. :) love and light, Anisa

437 weeks ago @ Anisa Aven's Conscious... - Lessons in Detachment:... · 1 reply · +1 points

Hi Karen,
This is a great question. In my experience, attempting to counsel someone who is used to blaming themselves for their abuse or used to forgiving their partner with words such as, "they are doing the best they can" with 'no they are not" doesn't work. I have found that if we attempt to make them wrong and say, "your partner is abusive and dysfunctional and you need to wake up and get out", often they will dismiss the very help we are hoping to provide. The victim feels as though we do not understand their situation and therefore they cannot trust our advice. On the other hand, if we align with them by saying, "Yes, you are right. They are doing the best they can. And, you deserve better. Your are a beautiful, amazing, loving, and worthy person that deserves to be happy and well cared for...." They are more likely to open to this because suddenly we understand them.

From there, it's a matter of helping them to gain the self-esteem required to realize they cannot change the other person but they can make a choice that honors themselves.

Thank you so much for engaging in this important conversation. Much love and light, Anisa

437 weeks ago @ Anisa Aven's Conscious... - Lessons in Detachment:... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hi Nancy, Thank you for your kind words and question. The law of allowing is another way of saying the law of detachment. When we let go and allow the process of life to carry us along, we are are allowing. By allowing instead of fighting, we can more easily direct our course and have greater influence on what we experience (thus enacting the law of attraction.) :)

452 weeks ago @ Anisa Aven's Conscious... - How to Identify Those ... · 0 replies · +1 points

My pleasure. :)