Softening the Protective Shell that Hardens our Hearts

When we struggle to love ourselves or others without judgement, it’s often because we’ve developed a protective, hardened shell around our hearts that makes it difficult to connect to love.

These protective shells develop in response to the emotional wounds we all suffer during our lives if we don’t feel, process, and integrate the emotions resulting from those wounds.

In tonight’s meditation, we’ll explore exercises to soften these protective shells and release the repressed emotions of old wounds.

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Published by Matthew B

On a mission to love everyone, and hopefully inspire a few people to love themselves along the way 😊

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