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Reflections of the Past: Understanding the Relationship with Our Parents

On the journey towards personal well-being, we find paths that lead us to discover and understand fundamental aspects of our lives. One of these paths, enigmatic and revealing, is the one that explores the relationship with our parents. This bond, woven with memories and emotions, acts as the first mirror in which we see ourselves reflected to define self-love. But what does that mirror really show us?


Understanding and working on our relationship with our parents allows us to heal past wounds and free ourselves from patterns that limit us. By addressing and resolving old conflicts, we begin a path toward forgiveness and mutual understanding, significantly transforming our existence. Closing the cycle with our parents is not about forgetting or justifying what is painful, but rather integrating those experiences into our personal history, moving towards freedom and authenticity.


Since childhood, our parents are our role models and our first definition of love. However, his humanity implies imperfections that can create internal conflicts and doubts in us. To reflect on this relationship is to look beyond superficial actions, it is to understand how these interactions have influenced our perception of love and deservingness.


Carrying childhood wounds into adulthood can affect our relationships and self-esteem. Recognizing that our parents loved us with their limitations is essential to freeing ourselves from the past. Self-love encompasses acceptance of our imperfections and those of those who raised us, understanding that, although our roots come from them, we are the architects of our well-being.


In the Flyght Method, we address this profound topic through a series of tools designed to encourage introspection and personal growth. Through reflections, guided meditations, specific assignments, and additional resources, we help you explore and understand how your relationship with your parents has shaped your perception of yourself. We offer you a safe space to question, analyze and ultimately transform your vision, allowing you to move towards deeper and more meaningful well-being.


Today, we invite you to complete a questionnaire that will challenge you to reflect on your parents' influence on your life. This exercise is not only a crucial step on your path of self-knowledge, but also an integral part of the Flyght Method, where each step brings you closer to clearer understanding and more authentic well-being.

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