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  • Grace Hope
    YOUR PERSONAL GROWTH actually begins when you start dealing with the things that shaped who you are and how you exist with those around you. This is just part
    Message 1 of 3 , Feb 1, 2009
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      YOUR PERSONAL GROWTH actually begins when you start dealing with the
      things that shaped who you are and how you exist with those around
      you. This is just part of the living-well process.

      EVERYONE, and we do mean, everyone, goes through these rites of
      passage. How you deal with them will define the type of person you
      become.

      There are some who do not believe in alters or fragmented personality
      disorders.  In this process, there is usually one alter-ego, that
      normally - functioning is dominant in order to protect the sensitive,
      damaged and frightened original personality.

      WE KNOW we have been speaking to you of these things that are very
      deep and intense, but we have been getting many questions about
      stress, addiction, personality disorders. It seems that the more
      stress that is upon you, the more you question your own well being.

      This is OUR SINGULAR attempt to put these things in a format you can
      relate to... and that will inform and perhaps help you.

      Now there are three things you can take into consideration if you are
      wondering if you have a propensity toward addictive of dysfunctional
      behaviors.

      First, is your family history. Did your mother and father or
      grandparents, or the people who raised you, exhibit abusive behaviors?
      For example, did your mom or dad drink alcoholic beverages to relax,
      or when things were stressful in the family, did they drink regularly
      and did their behaviors change when they did. This also applies to
      using drugs. Now, all drugs are not illegal drugs, as there is also
      misuse and addiction to prescribed drugs. So, you may want to ask
      yourself did the people who raised you self-medicated to a point where
      it changed their behaviors. If you answered yes to either of these,
      then the next question you may want to think about is, how did their
      behaviors change, and how did that affect you and how you modified
      your own behaviors while they were under the influence of these
      substances?

      Secondly, did you experience childhood abuse? Now, we are not talking
      about you getting sent to your room or your being yelled at. What we
      are speaking of is - abuse. Were you beaten, hit, struck, locked in
      the basement, scalded, or locked outside in all types of weather? Were
      you sexually abused by the people who raised you or a family member?
      These things are intertwined with the individual's sense of security,
      trust, abandonment, and fear. These types of abuse are often stuffed
      within the person and buried as the individual carries a sense of
      self-blame with them when they experience these types of things as a
      child. Furthermore, they almost always deepen and further
      complicate by severe trust and abandonment issues.

      Finally, do you have narcissistic tendencies? Of course you don't. But
      if you did would you be the type of person who put a lot of energy
      into their appearance, or having your home look a certain way and
      everything in its place? Do you think that you have done without so
      others could have their way? Do you get angry when you feel you have
      to compete for attention against other people who may be more likable
      or more popular? Do you pick up the tab even though money could be
      tight? Do you put significant energy into you physical appearance
      because you are aging? Does your image matter to you, where you live,
      the car you drive? Do you like attention to be focused on you, and are
      you uncomfortable being alone? Come on, you know what narcissism is.

      These three components are common among people who suffer from
      addictions issues. THESE THREE THINGS are strong determinates.

      Breath and take in what we are saying -

      Of course any of these individually could have serious effects on a
      person. But combined they impact relationships, careers and your
      health.

      Actually when these factors combine there is no limit to the depth of
      unaware self-abuse and the abuse of others the individual will resort
      to, because they do not think there is anything wrong and more
      precisely they feel their response to what they would deem conflict is
      highly acceptable and normal when in fact it is not.

      Rarely will the individual seek any type of help or corrective
      measures without their being a mechanism in place for them to 'get
      it'.

      Unfortunately, oftentimes this comes at the loss of jobs, careers, and
      relationships and even, at times, after they have harmed another
      person or themselves in a fit of not thinking right or anger.

      Their irrational thought is highly reasonable to them. And there in is
      the problem.

      If they are in a position where others are dependent on them for their
      money, or income, like with celebrities or those in public office,
      then a world of co-dependent relationships open up for them and those
      relationships keep them and their secrets sheltered. As long as money,
      profits, and incomes are kept coming in through them, those who have
      vested interest in them will enable them. The long-termed reality is
      that they either break-down or die.

      So you see, life, is not always easy. It is not always - happy and
      fervently gleeful. This is why so many are content to hear what they
      want to hear - to be told what they want to hear. But that will not
      help you.

      Being aware of the dark side of you, will enable you to move more
      fully into the light and to heal. But healing can only happen when you
      are aware and your eyes are wide open.

      WE SAY THESE THINGS WITH LOVE, not fault or blame-inferred. Life is
      dynamic. It is how you choose to rise above these things that enrich
      your quality of life.

      Michel through David Reid Lowell

      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/MichelsMessages/ Healing, awareness and
      wellness through love and tolerance.

      --- End forwarded message ---



    • Alice Totonjian
      Hello   I have recently changed addresses yet love to receive your emails. Could you please change your records and send all emails to atotonjian@gmail.com.
      Message 2 of 3 , Feb 1, 2009
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        Hello
         
        I have recently changed addresses yet love to receive your emails. Could you please change your records and send all emails to atotonjian@....
         
        Thanks
        Alice

        --- On Mon, 2/2/09, Grace Hope <candleflame52@...> wrote:

        From: Grace Hope <candleflame52@...>
        Subject: << lovingpurelove >> Fwd: When does your personal growth begin - a proactive channeling
        To: lovingpurelove@yahoogroups.com
        Received: Monday, 2 February, 2009, 5:41 AM

        YOUR PERSONAL GROWTH actually begins when you start dealing with the
        things that shaped who you are and how you exist with those around
        you. This is just part of the living-well process.

        EVERYONE, and we do mean, everyone, goes through these rites of
        passage. How you deal with them will define the type of person you
        become.

        There are some who do not believe in alters or fragmented personality
        disorders.  In this process, there is usually one alter-ego, that
        normally - functioning is dominant in order to protect the sensitive,
        damaged and frightened original personality.

        WE KNOW we have been speaking to you of these things that are very
        deep and intense, but we have been getting many questions about
        stress, addiction, personality disorders. It seems that the more
        stress that is upon you, the more you question your own well being.

        This is OUR SINGULAR attempt to put these things in a format you can
        relate to... and that will inform and perhaps help you.

        Now there are three things you can take into consideration if you are
        wondering if you have a propensity toward addictive of dysfunctional
        behaviors.

        First, is your family history. Did your mother and father or
        grandparents, or the people who raised you, exhibit abusive behaviors?
        For example, did your mom or dad drink alcoholic beverages to relax,
        or when things were stressful in the family, did they drink regularly
        and did their behaviors change when they did. This also applies to
        using drugs. Now, all drugs are not illegal drugs, as there is also
        misuse and addiction to prescribed drugs. So, you may want to ask
        yourself did the people who raised you self-medicated to a point where
        it changed their behaviors. If you answered yes to either of these,
        then the next question you may want to think about is, how did their
        behaviors change, and how did that affect you and how you modified
        your own behaviors while they were under the influence of these
        substances?

        Secondly, did you experience childhood abuse? Now, we are not talking
        about you getting sent to your room or your being yelled at. What we
        are speaking of is - abuse. Were you beaten, hit, struck, locked in
        the basement, scalded, or locked outside in all types of weather? Were
        you sexually abused by the people who raised you or a family member?
        These things are intertwined with the individual's sense of security,
        trust, abandonment, and fear. These types of abuse are often stuffed
        within the person and buried as the individual carries a sense of
        self-blame with them when they experience these types of things as a
        child. Furthermore, they almost always deepen and further
        complicate by severe trust and abandonment issues.

        Finally, do you have narcissistic tendencies? Of course you don't. But
        if you did would you be the type of person who put a lot of energy
        into their appearance, or having your home look a certain way and
        everything in its place? Do you think that you have done without so
        others could have their way? Do you get angry when you feel you have
        to compete for attention against other people who may be more likable
        or more popular? Do you pick up the tab even though money could be
        tight? Do you put significant energy into you physical appearance
        because you are aging? Does your image matter to you, where you live,
        the car you drive? Do you like attention to be focused on you, and are
        you uncomfortable being alone? Come on, you know what narcissism is.

        These three components are common among people who suffer from
        addictions issues. THESE THREE THINGS are strong determinates.

        Breath and take in what we are saying -

        Of course any of these individually could have serious effects on a
        person. But combined they impact relationships, careers and your
        health.

        Actually when these factors combine there is no limit to the depth of
        unaware self-abuse and the abuse of others the individual will resort
        to, because they do not think there is anything wrong and more
        precisely they feel their response to what they would deem conflict is
        highly acceptable and normal when in fact it is not.

        Rarely will the individual seek any type of help or corrective
        measures without their being a mechanism in place for them to 'get
        it'.

        Unfortunately, oftentimes this comes at the loss of jobs, careers, and
        relationships and even, at times, after they have harmed another
        person or themselves in a fit of not thinking right or anger.

        Their irrational thought is highly reasonable to them. And there in is
        the problem.

        If they are in a position where others are dependent on them for their
        money, or income, like with celebrities or those in public office,
        then a world of co-dependent relationships open up for them and those
        relationships keep them and their secrets sheltered. As long as money,
        profits, and incomes are kept coming in through them, those who have
        vested interest in them will enable them. The long-termed reality is
        that they either break-down or die.

        So you see, life, is not always easy. It is not always - happy and
        fervently gleeful. This is why so many are content to hear what they
        want to hear - to be told what they want to hear. But that will not
        help you.

        Being aware of the dark side of you, will enable you to move more
        fully into the light and to heal. But healing can only happen when you
        are aware and your eyes are wide open.

        WE SAY THESE THINGS WITH LOVE, not fault or blame-inferred. Life is
        dynamic. It is how you choose to rise above these things that enrich
        your quality of life.

        Michel through David Reid Lowell

        http://groups. yahoo.com/ group/MichelsMes sages/ Healing, awareness and
        wellness through love and tolerance.

        --- End forwarded message ---





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      • Spiritus Sanctus
        Dear Alice, just go to www.yahoogroups.com and log in to your account. Unsub from your old email address and rejoin with your new one! Sending much love your
        Message 3 of 3 , Feb 2, 2009
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          Dear Alice, just go to www.yahoogroups.com and log in to your account. Unsub from your old email address and rejoin with your new one!  Sending much love your way, Cynthia


          From: lovingpurelove@yahoogroups.com [mailto:lovingpurelove@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Alice Totonjian
          Sent: Sunday, February 01, 2009 4:05 PM
          To: lovingpurelove@yahoogroups.com
          Subject: Re: << lovingpurelove
          >> Fwd: When does your personal growth begin - a proactive
          channeling

          Hello
           
          I have recently changed addresses yet love to receive your emails. Could you please change your records and send all emails to atotonjian@gmail. com.
           
          Thanks
          Alice

          --- On Mon, 2/2/09, Grace Hope <candleflame52@ yahoo.com> wrote:

          From: Grace Hope <candleflame52@ yahoo.com>
          Subject: << lovingpurelove >> Fwd: When does your personal growth begin - a proactive channeling
          To: lovingpurelove@ yahoogroups. com
          Received: Monday, 2 February, 2009, 5:41 AM

          YOUR PERSONAL GROWTH actually begins when you start dealing with the
          things that shaped who you are and how you exist with those around
          you. This is just part of the living-well process.

          EVERYONE, and we do mean, everyone, goes through these rites of
          passage. How you deal with them will define the type of person you
          become.

          There are some who do not believe in alters or fragmented personality
          disorders.  In this process, there is usually one alter-ego, that
          normally - functioning is dominant in order to protect the sensitive,
          damaged and frightened original personality.

          WE KNOW we have been speaking to you of these things that are very
          deep and intense, but we have been getting many questions about
          stress, addiction, personality disorders. It seems that the more
          stress that is upon you, the more you question your own well being.

          This is OUR SINGULAR attempt to put these things in a format you can
          relate to... and that will inform and perhaps help you.

          Now there are three things you can take into consideration if you are
          wondering if you have a propensity toward addictive of dysfunctional
          behaviors.

          First, is your family history. Did your mother and father or
          grandparents, or the people who raised you, exhibit abusive behaviors?
          For example, did your mom or dad drink alcoholic beverages to relax,
          or when things were stressful in the family, did they drink regularly
          and did their behaviors change when they did. This also applies to
          using drugs. Now, all drugs are not illegal drugs, as there is also
          misuse and addiction to prescribed drugs. So, you may want to ask
          yourself did the people who raised you self-medicated to a point where
          it changed their behaviors. If you answered yes to either of these,
          then the next question you may want to think about is, how did their
          behaviors change, and how did that affect you and how you modified
          your own behaviors while they were under the influence of these
          substances?

          Secondly, did you experience childhood abuse? Now, we are not talking
          about you getting sent to your room or your being yelled at. What we
          are speaking of is - abuse. Were you beaten, hit, struck, locked in
          the basement, scalded, or locked outside in all types of weather? Were
          you sexually abused by the people who raised you or a family member?
          These things are intertwined with the individual's sense of security,
          trust, abandonment, and fear. These types of abuse are often stuffed
          within the person and buried as the individual carries a sense of
          self-blame with them when they experience these types of things as a
          child. Furthermore, they almost always deepen and further
          complicate by severe trust and abandonment issues.

          Finally, do you have narcissistic tendencies? Of course you don't. But
          if you did would you be the type of person who put a lot of energy
          into their appearance, or having your home look a certain way and
          everything in its place? Do you think that you have done without so
          others could have their way? Do you get angry when you feel you have
          to compete for attention against other people who may be more likable
          or more popular? Do you pick up the tab even though money could be
          tight? Do you put significant energy into you physical appearance
          because you are aging? Does your image matter to you, where you live,
          the car you drive? Do you like attention to be focused on you, and are
          you uncomfortable being alone? Come on, you know what narcissism is.

          These three components are common among people who suffer from
          addictions issues. THESE THREE THINGS are strong determinates.

          Breath and take in what we are saying -

          Of course any of these individually could have serious effects on a
          person. But combined they impact relationships, careers and your
          health.

          Actually when these factors combine there is no limit to the depth of
          unaware self-abuse and the abuse of others the individual will resort
          to, because they do not think there is anything wrong and more
          precisely they feel their response to what they would deem conflict is
          highly acceptable and normal when in fact it is not.

          Rarely will the individual seek any type of help or corrective
          measures without their being a mechanism in place for them to 'get
          it'.

          Unfortunately, oftentimes this comes at the loss of jobs, careers, and
          relationships and even, at times, after they have harmed another
          person or themselves in a fit of not thinking right or anger.

          Their irrational thought is highly reasonable to them. And there in is
          the problem.

          If they are in a position where others are dependent on them for their
          money, or income, like with celebrities or those in public office,
          then a world of co-dependent relationships open up for them and those
          relationships keep them and their secrets sheltered. As long as money,
          profits, and incomes are kept coming in through them, those who have
          vested interest in them will enable them. The long-termed reality is
          that they either break-down or die.

          So you see, life, is not always easy. It is not always - happy and
          fervently gleeful. This is why so many are content to hear what they
          want to hear - to be told what they want to hear. But that will not
          help you.

          Being aware of the dark side of you, will enable you to move more
          fully into the light and to heal. But healing can only happen when you
          are aware and your eyes are wide open.

          WE SAY THESE THINGS WITH LOVE, not fault or blame-inferred. Life is
          dynamic. It is how you choose to rise above these things that enrich
          your quality of life.

          Michel through David Reid Lowell

          http://groups. yahoo.com/ group/MichelsMes sages/ Healing, awareness and
          wellness through love and tolerance.

          --- End forwarded message ---





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