By Max Highstein
- Lecture 3:30
- Guided Meditation 18:30
Was your mother perfect? Chances are, your relationship with your mother has been a mixed bag. Most parents try their best, but have faults inherited from their parents. So, we tend to receive some combination of love and anger, patience and impatience, caring and neglect.
Your mother shaped your opinion of women, and showed you what to expect from them. If your mother instilled anger, fear, or sadness in you, that can infect all of your relationships.
But as an adult, you have the opportunity to make peace with your mother (whether or not she’s still alive) and release those feelings. Doing so opens a whole range of new possibilities in life. Plus, it just feels better not to carry that stuff around!
We don’t have to continue to carry negativity toward our parents. And we can never fully come into our own without first letting go of those feelings. It’s important to keep the positive memories, but release the negativity that might otherwise darken your relationships with women going forward. Forgiving Your Mother will help you do just that. It’s easy to follow, and author and facilitator Max Highstein leads you through the process, step by step.