Learn what boundaries really are and the simple 4-step process to setting healthy boundaries today.
Setting healthy boundaries is one of the most important things you can do for yourself.
Poor boundaries are not only damaging for your relationships but they also cause significant issues within yourself like:
- low self-esteem
- lack of self-respect
- can even cause physical disease.
It’s impossible to live a fulfilling and joyful life when you don’t know how to set boundaries.
But where do we start when it comes to boundaries?
In this video, you’ll learn:
💥 What boundaries are exactly and why it can be so hard to set them.
💥 The 3 energy imbalances that occur with weak boundaries
💥 The simple 4-step process to help you set strong boundaries today
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Once you finish watching the video, let me know in the comments below:
Is it hard for you to set healthy boundaries with others?
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With deep love and gratitude;
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Brilliant video on boundaries, Christina. You articulated everything I believe about engagement with people versus separation and isolation. And, improving the independence and the power of all 3 chakras is a little like balancing spinning plates for me. Most people won’t understand why I do the things I do because my solar plexus energy is so much weaker than most people. All of my physical illness has been in this area and it’s extremely difficult for me to set boundaries so that I feel any power at all. My heart chakra is very strong and the imbalance between the two causes me to want to avoid people at all costs. A long time ago, I felt a lot of “fight or flight” energy and I chose to “tend and befriend” rather than give in to it. But this left me with an angry and depleted solar plexus. People in my life dominate me and don’t respect me, which has made me more comfortable with children or the elderly. Thanks for all you do, I will keep working on it.