Why is it so hard for some people to trust?
Trust is a pre-requisite if you hope to live around other people, yet some people spend their entire lives refusing to trust. Why? Because they have had a bad experience somewhere long ago, and that has become the lens through which they now see the world, and even themselves.
There is also an important difference between trust and naivety. Being able to trust yourself, the people around you and life in general is a necessary requirement for your personal development and your spiritual evolution, so why not start now?
Begin to understand why it is easier for some people to trust than others, and what to do when trust has been broken within important relationships.
Just think about: if particular people were not willing to trust, how would schools or hospitals function? What happens to you emotionally if you feel you cannot trust those reporting to you at work or if your boss is not trustworthy? Trust is the glue that holds our personal ethical framework together, and when it is damaged or challenged, it can be difficult to recover.
Join us to explore the power of trust and learn some simple tools to make it easier to trust yourself and the people around you.