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Le Trafic Sexuel d’Enfants par & pour le 1% est une réalité…

A lire très attentivement (c’est la moindre des choses).
C’est le présent de centaines de milliers d’Enfants de par le monde, & cela fait partie des programmes de MIND CONTROL :
“Quand j’étais petite, dans ma Belgique natale, j’ai été mise au travail en tant qu’Esclave Sexuelle.
Le patron de ce Réseau Pédophile était un Ministre du Cabinet Belge.
J’ai rencontré des personnalités VIP, des Chefs d’État Européens & même un membre de la famille Royale.
Après quoi, abandonnée là, comme un objet brisé, je me suis sentie tellement humiliée que je devais faire quelque chose pour sauver mon âme,
sinon – & j’en étais certaine – j’aurais dépéri & fini par mourir.
J’étais certaine qu’on allait me tuer, mais à la place, on m’a montré le corps frais d’une jeune victime assassinée : je devais me taire.
J’ai été assaillie par le souvenir de l’extrême humiliation que j’avais subie dans mon enfance.
Ma 1ère pensée fut : « Si c’est vrai, je vais me suicider ».
Il me faudrait encore quelques années, de nombreuses heures de Thérapie, avant de pouvoir enfin partager ce souvenir avec une personne de Confiance.
Il faut tant d’Energie pour survivre non seulement à la Violence Physique, mais aussi pour endurer le fardeau Psychique des Abus. ”

Childhood Emotional neglect abuse

Signs that you were Emotionally Neglected or Abused as a child

” Childhood is a crucial time & one in which we form our defining ideas on everything from romantic love to happiness.
Though we aren’t responsible for the complex damage done to us by emotionally abusive or neglectful parents,
we are responsible for healing that damage in our adult lives, so we can find happiness for ourselves.
That comes with a big dose of brutal self-acceptance, however,
& committing to undoing the damage that’s been years in the making.
We can find joy after waking up from an emotionally abusive childhood, but only when we accept both who we are & who we want to be.
Emotional Neglect occurs when our caretakers fail to appropriately respond to our emotional needs at critical stages in our development.
While child abuse is a very intentional act, emotional neglect generally occurs out of ignorance or as the result of an extreme form of narcissism.
It’s a failure to act & respond to a child’s emotional needs, & it’s an unwillingness to do the emotional work it takes to be an adequate parent.
Having an inability to rely on others or an over-the-top inner-critic that blames you for everything isn’t normal.
It’s more commonly a sign that you’re living with the idea that you’re unlovable,
an erroneous idea that was implanted in your head by a parent that didn’t live up to their responsibilities to you. ”
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The Relationship Doubts you should never ignore

” No matter who you are & how long your relationship has withstood the tests of time – you’ve confronted doubts at one point or another in your partnership.
Doubts are a natural part of the process when it comes to our romantic relationships,
but some are more threatening to our peace of mind & wellbeing than others.
When we are confronted with doubts, we have to address them & be honest about where they take their roots.
Running from our doubts leaves us nowhere but scared, broken & holding on to something that might not be quite right for us.
Though doubts are normal & come with the seasons of our relationships, some doubts are also serious red-flags that must be dealt with in order to maintain & safeguard our inner peace & long-term wellbeing.
In order to resolve our doubts we have to honestly & brutally confront them.
This doesn’t just mean confronting our partners.
It means confronting ourselves & the baggage that we’re carrying, as well as the things that we want from this life & our partnerships.
Addressing these doubts can be a transformative moment for both you & your partner.
Stop running from the questions & reach for understanding.
It’s the only way to find your way to the truth you both need to recognize.”
being falling in love

The Unmissable Signs someone is falling for you

” Falling for someone new is easy to do. Expressing ourselves is a challenge.
From subtle glances, to a natural flow of communication – there are so many ways we tell someone that we’re really growing to care for them.
Often, though, we rely on these signs alone & forget to express ourselves outright with words.
Do you find yourself talking on the phone for hours ?
Or going out of your way to help one another ?
When we fall for someone, we can’t help but to put ourselves out there & extend ourselves toward them.
Noticing these signs, you have to take action or risk losing that relationship altogether.
If someone in your life has fallen for you, you need to stop running from the truth.
Whether you plan on building a relationship or maintaining the friendship you share, you’ve got to do some self-exploration & take some committed action.
By leaving yourselves in limbo, you’ll find the foundations of your current relationship crumbling in awkwardness & tension.
You both have to embrace your feelings honestly, then bring them to the surface with one another candidly.
So many of us undervalue the importance of natural chemistry & overlook it in the people closest to us.
This chemistry occurs when we just fit right in with someone. ”
Being Zen

A la manière Zen, paradoxale & sans certitude, sur le Mental & sa disparition ~

” Nous sommes si souvent les passants pressés par notre mental, si conditionnés par nos réflexes de pensées, par nos préjugés & nos jugements perpétuels lancés à la face du monde & à la gueule de l’autre.
Notre mental, souvent + préoccupé de ses ruminations, ses remémorations, ses anticipations & ses rêveries, passe souvent à côté d’incroyables beautés.
Nous allons, vite, le + vite possible, sans sentir nos pas, nos pieds, notre corps tout entier se mouvoir & être caressé par le vent qui nous enveloppe.
Et pourtant, un regard bien veillant est là, celui d’une conscience aimante, attentive, bienveillante.
Notre cœur est un grand sage. Malgré les coups qu’on lui porte, peut-être même à cause des coups qu’on lui porte, il est là, à nous observer sans fin & sans impatience,
souffrant tout ce que nous souffrons, goûtant tout ce que nous goûtons, aimant + encore tout ce que nous aimons. ”
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