Copy of Bridging Social Distancing Part 1: Offsetting Social Pressure ~

Offsetting Social Pressure is a 4-hour recorded event and is the 1st Part of a 3-Part Series exploring ways to strengthen our energy fields and to use CNG (Common Neutral Ground) to authentically connect and deepen our relationships. The overall problem about co-dependence is that we never see our part in creating the situation with its polarities. We feel justified in acting out our pain, anger and resentment not realizing how much our behavior and motivations are based on a childhood belief. The choice seems to be between our partner’s disagreeable option and our own defensive protection reaction. Co-dependent individuals always make this trade off by reacting, falsely believing that they have to compromise themselves to have a relationship. Common Neutral Ground is a technique for creating autonomous connections where partners and friends cannot manipulate us. The more we know and accept ourselves as contributors in the world, the less we need to prove it. This is why, in conscious relationships, individuals create a transpersonal space for each relationship. Simultaneously, we affirm our personal space so we can always be connected to our life, light and love. We first need to acknowledge the fullness of our creative being to be able to see others in their gifts. Classes may be purchased as a series or individually and includes a live Webinar, Pdfs of the class slides, and video and audio recordings. With Larry Byram and Sandy Jaquith.
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Part 1: Offsetting Social Pressure With CNG

Everyone has a desire to connect. When this connection is co-dependent, individuals dump unprocessed experiences and problems on their partners. They believe they have an obligation to take care of their partner so their partner will take care of them. Many of us, because we do not understand the confusion and compromise occurring, open ourselves up to our partner’s demands by sharing our space, time and energy. Conflict occurs when these needs or desires are not aligned. This amplifies the tension, intensity and competition in the relationship. This conflict creates circumstances where we define ourselves in terms of our partners and thus lose connection with the wholeness of ourselves.

Unconscious merging creates pressure to perform to meet each other expectations. Sensation based individuals seek physical closeness and feeling distance. Feeling based individuals want reflection and sharing but physical distance. Tension occurs when our partner is not operating the way we wish. This creates two separate half-empowered people, minimizing our ability to support each other. We need to examine how much we think we are doing to help others and compare it to how much we think they should be doing to confirm the arrangement.

All conscious beings have the ability to reflect upon their own nature and see themselves independent of their body, emotions and mind. This capacity for self-reflection is what we use when we look back from the relationship space to perceive our own autonomous creative nature. We expand consciousness in the practice of holding an energetic connection between the common ground and our creative Self, which facilitates the exchange of knowing and being. In a way, we are creating a transpersonal aspect of our nature that allows us to see possibilities from another’s perspective.