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Feb 112016
 
Katie Manning CFS

If you’ve followed my blog for a little while, you know that I talk about acceptance quite a lot, but what does acceptance really mean?

I’ve discussed it in my e-books and also in this very special webinar I gave last year, but recently after mentoring many new clients, I find myself coming back to the same thing when we discuss how they can best move forward.

A lot of people haven’t really accepted what happened to them.

A lot of people think they have, but if they’re really honest with themselves, they’re still asking themselves, ‘What does acceptance really mean?’, ‘Am I anywhere near it yet?’ and most importantly, ‘Why did this happen to me?’

I was exactly the same as you. I thought I’d come to terms with it, but as I moved through a long and agonising period of relapses without learning why I still wasn’t getting anywhere, I realised that there had to be more to it than met the eye.

I should just say that it is not your fault if you’re missing this piece of the puzzle, but our minds and egos will try and make us think that it is our fault. (Click here for more on this.) You’ve done nothing wrong, and the insights in this video might help you feel a little bit lighter in your mind and body.

In this video, I answer questions around-

  • what does acceptance really mean?
  • why do I keep getting stuck in the same loop (and am I playing the victim)?
  • how can I move forward?
  • hat does it feel like in my body to truly accept something?

I really hope this is useful for you, my love, and I’d love to hear your comments below. Did this video resonate with you?

Keep moving forward gently, and always know that we’re all just doing our best with the knowledge we have at the time.

Love, Katie     xx

  4 Responses to “{VIDEO} What does Acceptance Really Mean?”

  1. I always love your videos and this one is so important. I try to accept things and think I am, but underneath, I know I haven’t fully accepted. Thanks for talking about this. Much love to you Katie. You are such an inspiration and comfort.

    • It’s a pleasure my love, I’m so glad it resonated with you. I’ve been trying to put into words what I wanted to say for a while, but was struggling to make it concise!

      Hope you’re as well as possible, lovely one- xx

  2. Thank you Katie :)

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