After multiple betrayals from husbands, siblings, and friends, Eva Love chose the path of compassion over hate to conquer her feelings of abandonment. Since then, she has had profound spiritual experiences in which she has realized and acknowledged her wounds.
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Eva’s journey has been all about making peace with yourself and finding forgiveness. She is dedicated to helping her clients completely surrender to their own bodies needs, some which you may not even know are going on. By letting go of the toxic nature of holding onto pain and committing to being faithful to yourself and true to your values, you too can begin the healing journey.
Allowing yourself to examine your wounds is the only way to begin to acknowledge your feelings, release them, and begin to create something better. Eva believes that no matter what has happened in the past, anything can be healed.
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In This Episode
- Making peace with yourself and finding forgiveness
- How betrayal can act as a mirror into what needs to be healed inside
- Practicing forgiveness to be able to forgive more
- Understanding your internal belief system to create good habits
- Speaking your truth and ceasing to allow falsities to fester
“When I said okay how do I heal this, what I heard was you have to look at yourself. So the question that I heard was, had I ever been unfaithful to myself?” (2:22)
“The thing with forgiveness is that it’s a choice. It’s not some feeling that comes over you at the whim of your muse, it is a decision that you make to forgive, to let go, to love yourself.” (4:44)
“Again I went through the process of forgiving myself and letting go of the hurt, and it was a deep wound. It took a long time for me to let go of that, but I did, I was able to let go of it.” (12:59)
“I didn’t get good at forgiving until forgiving. It takes practice to get good at forgiving.” (18:28)
“You’re not going to get the answer from your head, you are going to get it from your inner voice. Because that inner voice is the truth and so what you have to do is learn how to be quiet, ask the question, and listen. And most people don’t know how to listen.” (23:11)
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