Learn how healing the relationship with yourself by using mirror work can help you create new and better relationships with others. Experience a special moment with Louise as she walks you through the importance of mirror work.
You Can Heal Your Heart: Healing with Mirror Work – Transcript
We’ve all heard about Louise’s mirror work and some of you have seen her do it. It’s amazing. First of all she has a heart shape marriage she does it with, which is just beautiful in itself.
But Louise talks to herself. I mean sometimes when I pick up mirror and I am like, I love you and I’m trying to really work through it.
Louise picks it up and it’s like she’s seeing an old friend. How are you. And I love you. And, it’s so great to see you. And I think what an incredible relationship she’s developed with herself.
When you develop that kind of whole relationship with yourself when another person steps into your life your two holes coming together. You’re not an open wound saying this is who I’ve been and I hope you’re going to complete me. You’re ready for a new exciting relationship and that mirror work is just amazing.
Let’s just take a look at what we see in the mirror.
I want you to say to yourself your name, I love you, I really really love you. I love you, I really really love you.
It’s a new thing you probably haven’t done it before. But what we’re really trying to do is to connect with the inner child, within who has been neglected for so very long.
Most of us when we look in a mirror we criticize ourselves, make fun of ourselves. We say derogatory things to ourselves. It’s a habit and what we want you to do is to start connecting with that inner child within you that want so much to be loved. And hasn’t been perhaps years and years and years and years. And maybe never when it was a child.
I know this is a tough one to stay. But if it’s too tough to start with you can start with something like … Louise I’m willing to learn to like you. Not quite so threatening.
So, this is something I want you to do, a lot. First thing in the morning, I want you to get in the habit of having your little mirror with you. Whipping it out at any time or any time you pass a mirror say something nice to yourself.
I will look at myself and say, “you look fantastic kid.” And sometimes I’ll say, you know you may not be as tight and taut as you used to be but you’re fabulous, you’re absolutely wonderful.
We want to be our own cheerleader we want the things that we say to ourselves support us and love us and make us feel good or make us feel silly.
You know you’re a hot potato. And it’s not only just saying you love yourself but do your affirmations in front of a mirror.
Do your forgiveness in front of the mirror. If you have somebody you need to forgive do it in front of a mirror. And if you have a big mirror sit down in front of it because you won’t run away you can’t it’s too hard to get up. And you can sit there and you can cry but you’ll go through it whatever it is and it’ll be fast.
The mirror as small as this may be can really help you connect with yourself. Looking in the mirror and say, “how can i make you happy, what can I do to make you happy today?”