The idea that you have a Soulmate out there, somewhere in the world, who is ideally suited to be with you, is very romantic and hopeful.
Who doesn’t want to believe that we don’t have to walk through life alone, not ever really finding someone who “gets us” and is fully devoted to us.
We come into the world alone and we leave this world alone, but it would be nice to know that during this life we can share it with a companion to our soul; someone who lights our fire and brings us to life, in a way we have never been before.
Often times when we first meet a narcissist, we have that strong feeling of “knowing” that person and the connection we feel is unlike any other. How else do you explain it but to say “this must be my soulmate; the one I have been waiting for.”
Soulmate quickly becomes “Cellmate” when the crazy making behavior begins to turn your once perfect world upside down and inside out. Some say a soulmate relationship can be challenging but this is more than challenging. It is soul destructive!
If you love yourself are you a narcissist? Many people are afraid that by developing greater self love and making their needs a priority they are being narcissistic. Kaleah talks about what self love really is and how you can practice self love to overcome the effects of narcissistic abuse.
When we examine the Victim Archetype, we look deep into our shadow to find the part of ourselves that looks at life through the lens of the victim. We tend to feel victimized by our relationships and circumstances in our lives. We unconsciously attract victimizers into our lives who adequately trigger us.
In this episode of Pandora’s Box we will explore, in depth, the victim that may be lurking in your shadow. Once you discover what is hiding deep within, and bring it into the light of awareness, you have the power to upgrade that inner victim, to Empowered SELF!
We often get caught up on a Merry-Go-Round of trying to get our needs met from other people, investing an enormous amount of energy in trying to get love from an empty well. Why is this? How can we break this pattern and learn how to truly live “in love?”
In this episode of Pandora’s Box, Kaleah explores how we give our power away to people and things outside ourselves in attempt to get our deep, inner needs met. She addresses the dynamic we find ourselves in with narcissists and addicts and how we can change our pattern of attracting hurtful and destructive relationships.