Physical abandonment is being left alone; left behind or deserted (this is the type of abandonment that we most often see in childhood). Emotional abandonment is being given up on; withdrew from; emotionally deserted or separated from; a feeling of being “left behind” in a non-physical form.

A strong displeasure and belligerence aroused by a real or supposed wrong; wrath. Anger is often used as a cover-up or form of denial for emotions of hurt or fear.

A generalized feeling of uneasiness and foreboding; a fear of the unknown; fear without a subject (e.g. she feels anxious and fearful all the time for no apparent reason).

Betrayed is to have your trust broken, to be deserted or hurt by a trusted one. Betrayal of another is to be unfaithful in guarding or fulfilling a trust; to be disloyal or violate a confidence, to desert someone who trusts you. Betrayal of the self is to break integrity; act against oneʼs morals, to abuse the body or soul.

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your brain contains 86 billion neurons and we have neuroplasticity within those structures.

Our brain reroutes, and assimilates patterns a bit like google and algorithms, it works out what is relevant and most prominent, these patterns shift all the time, but anything linked to survival may appear higher, so we constantly get what we don’t want and this becomes a limiting pattern which over time can be counter productive, it’s linked to survival, our brain thinks it’s helping, it’s intent is not to cause harm but it’s this limiting pattern that i work with.

We can of course do this naturally, no magic needed, it’s a simple and normal part of brain storing and programming. The issue is that most people think they can’t find it, they look and reroute back to the old pattern, strengthening that bond. a guided way to help you with what your brain does naturally.