‘One is in contact with that side, one usually wants to keep away from people and even from oneself. Sincerely expressing your feelings and thoughts can bring freedom. One can see you as you are; human! It is an area for turning points.’ This text concerning ‘vulnerable’ can be found on this website. It is number 3 in the row of the Core Values of ‘Fully in Tune.’
– Manipulative crying
– Shutting down
– Inner anger
– Getting sign after sign and ignoring it
– Holding on to your addiction without asking for help or allowing the help you are given
– Staying stubborn
– Wanting to be right
– Just thinking about yourself or – to the contrary – just thinking of other people and not taking good care of yourself
All of the above are examples of ways to not be vulnerable.
All core values
Vulnerable to me is an accumulation of the rest of the core values:
– Sign sensitive
You need all of them to be truly vulnerable. Shouting your truth to someone is something else than being open. Impose your truth on someone isn’t vulnerable either. You can choose a loving way to communicate, so the other person feels safe to listen to you and to take in the information. Every balanced conversation is about giving and receiving: you listen to the other, and the other person listens to you. Fulfilment will be there because of this. You need guts to be vulnerable: it’s daring since you don’t know what the reaction of the other person will be. Staying ‘sign sensitive’ will help you to stay focused.
The daffodil can die very easily. However, look at the beauty of it. It is totally open. Therefore you can see the inner beauty of the heart of the daffodil. In the middle of it, there is even more: the part that is necessary for the pollination.
I like the fact that it has six leaves, symbolising the six core values.
We are like this daffodil when we open up to our inner truth. It might change, this inner truth, by talking about it, by listening to the other person and what he or she has to say about it. Inner truth can change in a certain way. It might be your core truth, belonging to you this lifetime. It might be a good idea to handle your inner truth differently than you have done before. Let’s give it a try. Open up and use all the core values. Use them extensively. You’ll grow by doing so.
I understand that we need to feel safe to open up, to be able to be vulnerable. Sometimes it is better to not talk about things since safety is far fetched. You can still work on safety within yourself. Grown within yourself, regardless of your circumstances. We can always use the world around us in order to stop our growth, our dreams, our wishes.
We, of ‘Fully in Tune’ teach people how to become your inner guide in a very practical and spiritual way. We teach people to grow in a safe environment.
What is your key to harmony?
Let every step be Light(er)