We must shorten the divide between being told that we’re loved and feeling that we’re loved. That starts in childhood.
Unless we manage to clear the thoughts that prevent the flow of positive energy from moving freely through us, negative thoughts brought about by childhood experiences will be mirrored and recreated from experiences stored in our subconscious. We must learn to challenge and change our emotional connections.
As we continue to live our lives, our subconscious thoughts will continue to override our conscious thoughts and past experiences will continue to shape what we think, how we see ourselves, how we perceive others and how we behave.
But for us to free ourselves from our subconscious thoughts and our past, we need to deal with our past experiences. It is important we continue to be aware of our needs in the present, so that we don’t continually revert back to the past. Continually talking about the past means we’re living in the past.
When we can live in the present, and have dealt with our past, we will form and continue to maintain deeper connections with those around us, which is when we will be at our most calm. We will feel loved.