The discussion on Living an Authentic Life continues. This is part three of a four-part discussion.
This week we are going to talk about toxic shame and how releasing our shame and discovering our true self is essential for becoming authentic.
Shame is the foundation of the nice guy syndrome. And it’s a core internalized belief that I don’t believe I’m okay just as I am. And usually associated with this sense of shame is that I have to become what I think other people want me to be in order to be loved and liked and for most of us guys, for women to want to have sex with us.
This sense of toxic shame is wired into our emotional operating system. For some people is highly intellectualized and for other people is highly emotionalized.
Let’s talk about how we can overcome this toxic shame and learn to live an authentic life where we operate from loving-kindness without any covert contracts and attachments to outcomes.
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