Podcast 295 The Law of Exposure #10

Boundaries:  The law of exposure says that your boundaries need to be made visible to others and communicated to them in relationship. We have many  boundary problems because of relational fears.  What are you afraid of, not being liked, not being loved, loss of connection, loss of approval. receiving anger, being known, feeling guilty.  What holds you back from telling people your boundaries?  Do you even know your boundaries? What is the impact on yourself when you don’t communicate your boundaries healthily and stick by them?  What is the impact on others when you don’t communicate your boundaries?  Do you let others manipulate you because of those fears?


Boundaries by Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend.(Part of sentences taken from the book)

light not our darkness that most frightens us) Part of a quote from Marianne Williamson

Go for it!  I want on my grave stone she burned out instead of rusted out!  What do you want them to say about you?

Ask yourself are your actions and speaking in alignment with what you are committed to? Look at what are the habitual patterns that have that commitment thwarted?  Are you willing to take responsibility for when it doesn’t go that way you want or the way you expected and clean up your part? Are you willing to let go of Expectations of yourself and others?  What are you not being truthful about to yourself and others.


Our thoughts can be like a junk drawer-we need to take inventory and get rid of what is  not useful! (wendy b)

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