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SEXUAL SHAME

“God created us, and we are beautiful, and our bodies are part of the extension of God himself.” Praise be.

Sexual shame is, without doubt, one of the most common obstacles taking place in today’s society. Its source can differ from inherited and self-imposed beliefs to external factors like demographical conditions and social, educational, economic, political, and religious institutions.

When fear, guilt, and shame are present, men will feel lost in doubt and frustration and therefore tempted to seek external answers or components to soothe this low vibrational state of being. It will also force men to isolate themselves or start living in a more co-dependent state, keeping them distant from their feelings, inner knowing, and universal truths.

To truly heal from sexual shame, m2m advises men to accept their sexuality as an aspect of themselves and not external to them. Through acceptance, inclussion, and integration, those barriers and inhibitions will start falling away, giving space for self-healing, healthier sexual values, conscious relationships, creativity, and a deep connection with the self and others.

Article by: K-Louis / M2M

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AFFIRMATIONS

“Affirmations are a powerful and life changing tool, use the wisely.”

An affirmation is usually a sentence, a sentence of powerful words put together, like a positive statement, and this sentence is aimed to tap into your conscious and unconscious mind to motivate you, to challenge you, to push you to reach your full potential in life.

Affirmations have the power to motivate you to act on certain things, help you to concentrate on achieving your goals in life, give you the power to change your negative thinking patterns and replace them with positive thinking patterns, assist you in accessing a new belief system, but above all, affirmations can reaffirm the positivity back into your life and help regain or increase your self-confidence.

For Affirmations to truly work, you need to repeat the affirmation daily, and truly believe in the words you are saying. For example “I will not compare myself to others.” Now that is an affirmation that is targeted to boost your self-confidence and your own self-worth, but you need to believe in that statement and repeat it 3 to 5 times a day according to psychotherapist Dr Ronald Alexander of Open Mind Training Institute.

Article by: Ryan Tanti