When you’ve been in pain for long, pleasure can become scary.
This plays out in our relationships or in our careers.
Consciously or unconsciously, feeling good can come with shame. So we push our partner away by finding faults or withholding our love.
Doing financially well can come with guilt. So we do just enough to get by or when we do well, we unconsciously seek to sabotage.
The body is always seeking to harmonize into what its default programs are, so if it’s functioning from pain, trauma, loss, or poverty, it will continue to want to remain in the chemical state it knows until it is shown different.
Our limitations live within us, woven in our flesh, in our organs, in our DNA, in our body memory.
Its imprints live in our center, which I reference as our Wombspace. For men, the Hara space.
Until we descend into this center of creation and upgrade our ways of operating, the body will continue on default, and you will continue to try and change it through some external way of doing or thinking, only to arrive eventually into the same results.