Healing Financial Wounds

For whatever reason, even though it’s been easy for me in the past to make money, I’m having difficulties making money now.

Hi, this is Patrick Rodriguez. And you’re listening to the Patrick Rodriguez Show.

This is the place to learn how to release your past, so that you can experience the fulfillment of your life by living in the present moment.

Today we’ll be listening to a recorded client session with a woman that had been struggling with her finances.  Within the recording she describes how her divorce left her resentful of her former spouse and his squandering of their finances. It was this resentment that led to the emotional blocks preventing her from feeling capable and confident in the areas of both love and finances.

I want to be clear at the start here. I am not a therapist. I am an energy healer.  I’m not licensed to diagnose or treat any medical conditions. Rather, I look for the energy of the problem.

In this podcast episode I address the topic of finances through energy healing. Specifically, healing of the emotions associated with income flow and in feeling cared for. 

Each person is unique. We all have different life experiences and perceptions of what those experiences have meant to us, as individuals.

One person’s experience may not have led to the same results for someone else. So I don’t try to offer a global solution to everyone. Rather, I offer an approach that helps to unravel the feelings that created the events in the person’s life and well-being.

With this approach, I see consistent results of feelings that then help to bring about the desired outcome in their lives. In this session, the desired outcome is financial well-being.

Before we begin, I’d like to offer this to anyone struggling with any feelings of being blocked in their life due to feelings of resentment towards past relationships. This can be a resentment towards a parent, a sibling, or even a former spouse or a significant other.

When healing the energy of resentment, I don’t discuss the topic of “forgiveness”.  Rather, I help the individual to engage in active feelings of compassion and empathy for the other person. I’ve found this to be much easier for people that I’ve worked with, and thus more effective in helping them to release past feelings.

The following recording is from an actual client session and is being replayed here with permission. This recording deals with some emotionally intense themes and may trigger some listeners. I ask you to please use discretion and self-care while listening. And I invite you to reach out for help in the event that you do find yourself emotionally triggered.

And if you would be interested in having a complimentary energy healing session and to be a guest on my podcast, please visit my website so we can set up a time to work together.

Now let’s listen in to see how healing the underlying emotional energy can have a very pragmatic outcome on financial well-being, and in healing other parts of your life.


Patrick: Our goal for this session, goal we’re aiming at, is to open up the channels and pathways within myself that allow for me to receive love, gratitude, acceptance, and financial well-being into my life.

We already talked a little bit about what life is like right now, that when it comes to income flowing in, it’s trickling, and at times even more times than you’re care to admit, it’s just non-existent flow.

What else can you tell me?

Client: In regards to that aspect, or in regards to…

Patrick: Yes, financial. Because we’re going to have to touch on other stuff.

Client: For sure. Oh, of course, definitely. I get that completely.

Well, so of course, I had two, almost three years of not working due to illness, and I’ve worked on healing myself, and I think that along with coming along with that healing, I’ve created some new rules, maybe possibly around money, and also there’s another aspect to it.

Having been in a relationship with a narcissist who incurred an insane amount of debt during our relationship, and this is where I honestly feel the block is coming from, everything for him was about money, and it felt disgusting to me, and a lot of our reasons our relationship, I feel, didn’t go any further.

Well, there’s many reasons why it couldn’t, but a big blockage was that for him becoming a millionaire and becoming rich and having prosperity in that way was what was important to him more than relationship or anything deeper than that.

And so for me, that felt very superficial and artificial, and so therefore, I feel like whenever I want money now, I feel like I’m being superficial and artificial, and I don’t want to bring that aspect of me in.

There’s something there. I’m not sure what depths there that is.

I’ve also created some new rules around money in regards to if I work too much, I’m going to get sick again. Working too hard before in the past made it difficult for me to also balance health.

So those kind of things have come in, so I’ve set up some new, I have been used to just being able to be for the last two to three years and take the courses I want in personal development growth, and it’s been amazing and beautiful.

I think I’ve got some fear there about stepping back into the work world and making money. I think that some of that is coming up for me, and that is definitely holding me back because I think, oh, if I start making money again, that means I’m going to be expected to do more, and what if I just need to be?

So there’s some stuff going on there.

Patrick: Okay. When you say that you were in a relationship with a narcissist, was this your ex-husband?

Client: Yes, it was.

Patrick: How long were you married, please?

Client: We were married for almost a year and a half.

Patrick: And at what point did he become a millionaire?

Client: He never did. All he thought about was that, and I ended up discovering, he talked about owning many, many, many restaurants in many places all over and wanting to become a millionaire.

He had affirmations that he listened to every day. No, it was like a hypnotist recorded this recording for him.

Patrick: Okay. Generally speaking, you can talk in generalities here. What was his general state of financial flow and wealth during the period that you met him up until you were married? And how long was it from meeting him did you marry?

Client: Oh, we dated just shy, two months shy of two years. Later that he really, he had nothing. He acted affluent.

He always brought flowers to my family and expensive bottles of wine and took me out for a nice dinner. He love-bombed me completely. He acted like there was this great sense of money, but there wasn’t.

He didn’t have anything. It was his parents’ restaurant. He didn’t own it. He then wanted to have a bigger, fancier restaurant. He had to do that through debt. He didn’t actually even own his vehicle.

And then when I fell ill and wasn’t able to provide for myself any longer, my husband didn’t step in and provide. He continued to pay his half of the bills in my home, but he didn’t take over and provide for me. So I had to go into debt while I was ill to take care of myself.

Patrick: Okay, this is going to be a little tough to take in, but I’m going to ask you to evaluate it not logically, but emotionally;

He presented himself to be a person of affluence, a superior to myself.”

Client: Yes, that’s correct.

Patrick: Take that in because that one’s a bitter pill. One more time.

He presented himself to be a person of affluence, a superior to myself.

Yeah, I’m feeling a lot of disturbance in the solar plexus area.

Client: Oh yeah, big time.

Patrick: One more time. He presented himself to be a person of affluence, a superior to myself.

Let’s do that together, please.

He presented himself to be a person of affluence…

Client: He presented himself to be a person of affluence, …

Patrick: …a superior to myself.

Client: …a superior to myself.

Patrick: We’re going to take it a step down. If this doesn’t match, if you’re feeling, say, “No, it doesn’t feel right,” let me know.

Client: Okay.

Patrick: But first try it on. Kind of like, you know, we go to Walmart and I say, “Look, here’s this really cool coat”

And you’re like, “Dude, that’s a polka dot pink polyester coat. There’s no way in hell am I wearing that.”

And I say, “Yeah, yeah, yeah. But try it on. Let’s see if it fits.”

And you’re like, “No way.”

And finally, I say, “Please just try it on for sizing.”

You try it on and you say, “Look, it doesn’t fit.”

And you go take it off. I say, “No, no, no. Wait, wait, wait. Just try it on.”

You kind of shrug and you don’t like the color, but then you agree.

Yeah, it does fit perfectly.

That’s all we’re looking for. Does it fit?

It’s actually, “I wanted to believe…”

Client: Yeah, that fits. The believing part didn’t. I actually wanted to believe he was my equal, but I wanted to believe that he would be superior to me and that possibly, I guess that I would have an opportunity in my life for once for me to be taken care of.

Patrick: Feel that coming up. That’s pretty intense. Just that alone is pretty intense.

I wanted to believe that he was superior to myself. I wanted to believe that he was superior to myself.

Okay. I’m getting a lot of a feeling of congested energy in the lower part of the throat, upper part of the chest. Does that match?

Client: Yeah.

Patrick: Does that feel right? Because at first, I wanted to say, “I wanted to feel like I was worthy of feeling cherished,” but when I went down a level, it’s like, no, “I just wanted to feel like I wasn’t going to be ignored.”

Client: I’m trying it on.

Patrick: Let’s do it together.

I wanted to feel like I was worthy of feeling…

Client: I wanted to feel like I was worthy of feeling…

Patrick: like I would be cared for…

Client: like I would be cared for…

Patrick: … and not ignored.

Client: … and not ignored.

Yeah. No, that fits.

Patrick: You know, it’s interesting when we look at his presentation to you, it is very much in alignment with the restaurant business.

I used to live in New York, and restaurants are not solely evaluated on their food. They’re evaluated on the taste, on the atmosphere of the restaurant, and the presentation of the food.

And all those three combined go into how the restaurant is rated. And it sounds like he was pretty good at the marketing, the presentation, not just in the restaurant business, but how he approached you.

Does that sound about right?

Client: Absolutely. Oh, that just gave me like goosebumps.

Patrick: So what we’re going to do is we are going to have an appreciation for him. This is different than forgiveness work.

We’re going to appreciate this is something he was good at. He was good at presentation. He was very good at marketing.

Client: Very much so. And he learned at a young age to be a charmer because—

Patrick: Family restaurant. How could you not?

Client: A family restaurant. That’s right. And his parents put him in that role at a very young age.

At a very young age, his family told him that he was not the smart one, that he was the good-looking one, that his brother was the smart one.

His brother became a doctor, and he then put all his everything into being a charmer and putting the coats on the ladies as they came, or taking the coats off, hanging them up, putting them on as they left the restaurant.

Patrick: Can you imagine a little boy, a good-looking little boy, the rewards he would receive and accolades and attention?

Client: Absolutely.

Patrick: So let’s give appreciation to this aspect of him. For him, not for you. For you, it didn’t work out so great, but for him, it worked for him.

Client: It does. It works very well for him. That’s all he really knows. It’s sad, to be honest. I have compassion for that.

Patrick: When you say narcissist, I’m not saying yes or no, because, hey, it’s not my job to diagnose or treat, right?

Client: Right.

Patrick: But let’s look at it as rather than looking at it as narcissistic behavior, he was conditioned into the behavior.

Client: Yes, that is very true. Yeah, no question.

Patrick: Okay, we need to go deeper. This isn’t about him. This is about you.

Client: Okay.

Patrick: And the reason we’re doing this isn’t, “Oh, he’s a good boy” or “He’s a bad boy.” But rather we need to unlock your feelings about you. So you to you, about him.

Client: Okay, so in other words, like my mirror in regards to like, if I was to mirror what attributes of that I have in myself or?

Patrick: No, it’s about your thinking, if I could be a little on the crude side, “What a dumbass am I for falling for his shit.”

Client: I did have moments of that and then I realized, oh, no, it was pretty, he’s pretty good at what he does.

Patrick: And so what you and I are doing together is we’re reestablishing that relationship of you to you, about him.

Already I’m feeling your breathing getting easier. Can you feel that?

It doesn’t have to make sense completely logically, we’re working energetically.

Client: Yeah, logically, it’s hard to comprehend a little bit, but.

Patrick: Absolutely. Because logic will always lock us into Doing.

So if you’re presented, “Do this, when that comes up.” Well, you’re going to be stuck always having to remember to do this in order to feel a different way.

You and I are just going after the energy. Not to say that’s right or wrong or good or bad. We’re just doing it differently.

Client: Yeah, yeah. Cool, okay.

Patrick: One more time, we want to have an appreciation. That he was trained and conditioned from a very young age, not just from his parents, but from the old ladies and to a little boy, a 30 year old is an old lady.

Client: Well, even when he was like 12, he was working in the restaurant. So it became, he would close down the bar at night, you know, like his parents would go home because they’d start the breakfast and even like 14 more.

So he was closing down things and he was like that. So he was there drinking with the customers at night time.

Patrick: Oh my God, that’s hysterical.

Client: Yeah.

Patrick: So let’s have an appreciation. And I’m not saying appreciation, as a sense of, “Oh, I appreciate you, you’re amazing!” But rather an awareness, an acceptance of this is what was. That’s how I was using the word appreciation.

This is what was in his reality, his physical reality. He was being conditioned by the clientele, especially the women. Especially the woman while he was going through puberty.

Client: Yes, absolutely.

Patrick: Huge, huge, huge, huge.

Client: And beautiful young waitresses working with them. That’s who he ended up being with, like during our marriage.

Patrick: Being sexually denied by the same. Not a whole lot of 20 something hotties are willing to bed a 14 or 16 year old kid.

Client: Ah, yeah. Good point, yeah. Huh.

Patrick: He was being conditioned. He’s getting all these accolades, all this attention from older women, you know, 14 year old kid. Everyone’s an older woman.

Client: Right.

Patrick: But not only that, he’s being sexually denied while he’s going through puberty.

Client: Wow.

Patrick: There you go.

Client: I never thought about that aspect of it. Wow.

Patrick: Oh, my God, I’m already feeling more room inside of you. Can you tell me if that feels correct to you?

Client: Oh, yeah, absolutely. It’s a whole new understanding and appreciation from for where he comes from.

Patrick: And not just about him. How you feel about you, about him.

Client: Yeah.

Patrick: And that’s what we’re trying to free up, to disentangle.

Client: Right. And that’s why it was so important for him to have women’s attention all the time.

Patrick: Fantastic to having compassion because going into this conversation, I felt like you had a logical understanding, but an F-you in compassion.

Client: I’ve tried to be compassionate, but sometimes it’s just really, I get where he’s come from as a child, but the part about the womanizing and stuff was hard for me to relate to. But now I’m understanding that in a deeper way now.

Patrick: Good, good, good. Let’s do this again, please.

I wanted to feel like I was worthy of feeling…

Client: I wanted to feel like I was worthy of feeling…

Patrick: like I would be cared for…

Client: like I would be cared for…

Patrick: … and not ignored.

Client: … and not ignored.

Patrick: And he did a fabulous job of it.

Client: Oh, oh, so good.

Patrick: Like attentive to the tea at the beginning.

Client: It was so, it was so like I was swept off my feet. It was like a storybook romance. It really was.

Patrick: And he had learned that since the age of 12.

There you go. There you go. That’s it. One more time.

I wanted to feel like I was worthy of feeling…

Client: I wanted to feel like I was worthy of feeling…

Patrick: Try it again.

I wanted to feel like I was worthy of feeling…

Client: I wanted to feel like I was worthy of feeling…

Patrick: Try it again. Because you’re, you’re skirting the edges, right?

Client: Okay.

Patrick: Or say, it’s kind of like the little kid that you say, “Okay, swim to me, Johnny, swim to me.”

Johnny’s like, “Yeah, let me scoot around the edge till I get to you.”

Client: Okay. Okay.

Patrick: I wanted to feel like I was worthy of feeling…

Client: I wanted to feel…

Patrick: … like I was worthy of feeling…

Client: … like I was worthy of feeling…

Patrick: like I would be cared for…

Client: like I would be cared for…

Patrick: … and not ignored.

Client: … and not ignored.

Patrick: There you go. Beautiful. We got some movement. There’s a lot of old stuff coming up, which is great. That’s what we needed. That’s what we needed. No big deal.

All right. Let’s start down this path. Because that feeling ignored comes from an earlier time period of your life.

Client: Definitely.

Patrick: Now, I’m going to just put it out there.

You know that we do this not to look for where it hurts and say, haha. We do this, we look for where it hurts so that it won’t hurt me more. You with me?

Client: Of course. Yeah.

Patrick: Tell me if this fits, please, that ugly polka dot pink coat.

It is not safe to feel afraid, to feel terrified, to feel like all of my needs will always feel ignored from the people that I love the most.

It is not safe to feel afraid, to feel terrified, to feel like all of my needs will always feel ignored from the people that I love the most.

Does that feel right to you?

Client: You nailed it.

Patrick: Let it come up, please. I know this one hurts. I know this one hurts. And I’m guessing that’s been the feeling of a little tiny girl, even infant Sherston, all the way up to today, the adult woman who wants to believe she’s independent and doesn’t need anyone.

Let it come up, let it come up, let it come up. Okay, you’re still hanging on the edge of the pool. And that’s okay, that’s okay.

We need to go in the middle of the deep end. And it doesn’t have to be right away, it doesn’t have to be in the next 10 seconds, it doesn’t even have to be today. But that’s where the deep water is.

One more time.

It is not safe to feel afraid, to feel terrified, to feel like all of my needs will always feel ignored from the people that I love the most.

It is not safe to feel afraid, to feel terrified, to feel like all of my needs will always feel ignored from the people that I love the most.

Let it come up, let it come up, let it come up. This is the little girl just in pain. The little girl is in pain and you and I want to be there for her and for you. This is some old, old, old hurts.

Again, it is not safe to feel afraid, to feel terrified, to feel like all of my needs will always feel ignored from the people that I love the most.

Let it hurt, let it hurt, because this is hurt that’s not coming from adult woman, Sherston, this is coming from the little girl.

And it feels to me, starting at infancy, going into the toddler, by the time you’re five, six years old, it just became almost a norm and certainly by going into middle school, which is a time when most little girls are going through their transition, puberty, very tough on little girls, there was zero support, zero support.

Client: I was the support to them.

Patrick: And that’s how I got my needs met, by being the support to others.

That’s how I got my, I received any support, only by supporting others.

One more time, it is not safe to feel afraid.

And this is the key part because there is a part of you that does feel terrified to have the awareness. And I get this hurts, but I want you to recognize there is a terror in knowing that awareness is just too damn much.

It is not safe to feel afraid, to feel terrified, to feel like all of my needs will always feel ignored from the people that I love the most.

I don’t feel good, but I’m feeling less intensity. Does that match what you’re feeling?

Client: Yes.

Patrick: Let’s do it together.

It is not safe to feel afraid…

Client: Oh boy, that’s the hard part. That part when I didn’t realize I was ever afraid to be afraid.

Patrick: Yeah, that’s most of us.

Client: I didn’t realize that, you know, that’s unreal. Okay, let’s start again. Sorry.

Patrick: No worries. Take your time. Take your time. Ease into it. Ease into it.

It is not safe to feel afraid…

Client: It is not safe to feel afraid…

Patrick: … to feel terrified…

Client: … to feel terrified…

Patrick: … to feel like all of my needs…

Client: … to feel like all of my needs…

Patrick: … will always feel will always feel ignored…

Client: … will always feel will always feel ignored…

Patrick: … from the people that I love the most.

Client: … from the people that I love the most.

Patrick: Yeah, that part’s really, really, really tough.

I feel like you have memories, but you refuse to have the acceptance and the awareness. Like, “Did that really happen? Like I remember it, but did it really happen the way I remember it?”

Client: That’s exactly right.

Patrick: And that’s okay. That’s okay. Because the last thing we want to do is we don’t want to believe something solely based on our feelings. We want to give permission to our feelings and let it align.

All right. Because sometimes our memories are way high one way and sometimes they’re way high the other way. But when our feelings are aligned with our memories, it just is. It’s almost like it’s neutral.

You remember it, but without any heavy emotional attachment, good or bad. There you go, that’s it. Feel your breathing, much better.

Still a little bit of congestion in the upper chest, no big deal.

Pretty big, pretty big. Well, let me read this out loud, take it in.

I can only allow myself to receive support only by supporting others.

Cool. It feels like that’s already starting to untangle. Does that feel right to you?

Client: Yeah, no, it does. Yeah, that was a big one, though.

Patrick: I’m seeing the energy threads of the way that you created income streams for yourself has always been through supporting others.

Client: Yeah, pretty much. I guess I did work in the restaurant and business for a while when I was young and then in insurance for a dozen years, but I was always helping people in the industry still. Yes, I was supporting them.

Patrick: It feels like the energy is starting to untangle. Does that feel right to you?

Client: Yes, yeah.

Patrick: And one more time, please.

I can only allow myself to receive support…

Client: I can only allow myself to receive support…

Patrick: … only by supporting others.

Client: … only by supporting others.

Patrick: Okay, now it’s starting to feel untrue. Does that match?

Client: Yes, yes.

Patrick: Good. We’re going to go back to the little girl.

Home life wasn’t supportive. It wasn’t safe when safe is measured by support. To the little girl, home life was not supportive, and it wasn’t safe when safety is measured by support. Emotionally safe.

It wasn’t emotionally safe when we measure emotional safety by feeling supported.

Tell me if that fits.

Client: It does, and I also didn’t feel physically safe.

Patrick: Gotcha, gotcha. Now, when you were about 12 to 14 years old, that middle school time period, what I’m perceiving is you learn to support others.

Certainly you were supporting your siblings by taking care of them, your mother, but by the time you reach middle school, you said, “Hey, this works. If I can support other people, then they’ll love me.”

Okay, this is really pulling at your paradigm of life, how you operate, how you navigate the world. So, this one’s a big one.

Client: Yeah, no, I just want to reflect on that for a moment about how that came.

I think at about 13, I became severely anorexic, and I dropped to half my weight in less than a year. So, I went from like 130 pounds down to like 72 pounds at one point, yeah. And I didn’t want to be seen or heard any longer because that was safer for me. And then…

Patrick: May I interrupt? Tell me if this fits.

I didn’t want to be seen unless I was supporting others.

Tell me if that feels right to you.

Client: Yeah, that fits, yeah, for sure.

Patrick: And that’s when it became safe to feel loved.

Client: That’s when it became safe to feel loved. Yeah, because my parents divorced or separated at 14 and a half. My mom disclosed to my father that she had been having an affair with someone else. And so, she left and my father threatened her not to take us kids from what had been told.

And so, I stayed with my five-year-old younger brother, but my dad went through a very strong depression at that time and most of the time didn’t end up coming home and was drinking a lot.

So, we lived in the country, an hour and a half bus ride from school, but I took on the role of being the mother to my brother. And I ended up completely taking care of the house, the laundry, got him on the bus everyday, I got him home every day.

And when my father was home, when he wasn’t doing well and he was crying, I was also taking care of him at those times as well and getting up sometimes in the night when him and friends would be drinking to make them food because he’d wake me up and ask him to do so.

So, I, yeah, I learned that if I did all the nice things for people, then I got the love and support that I felt I wanted.

Patrick: In a safe way.

Client: In a safe way.

Patrick: Because, and we’ll go over this another time, but the younger girl was getting unwanted attention.

This is big. This is big. Go easy. Be very, very gentle here. Be very gentle with you.

When I give support, I can allow myself to receive love and support. Otherwise it’s not safe to receive. Starting to see that? And that’s why we want to be really gentle about this stuff.

We don’t want to brainwash you, hypnotize you into being a millionaire because we all have our reasons for not achieving what we want to achieve.

Beautiful. I’m feeling so much compassion coming from you for you. Does that match?

Good, good, good, good, good. You love camping. I love that you love camping. Have you ever stayed anywhere that has a waterfall?

Client: Yes, I have.

Patrick: Have you ever stood under a waterfall?

Client: No, actually I’ve never stood under any one.

Patrick: You’ve never stood under a waterfall?

Client: No, it was always in Canada where it’s been too cold to stand under the waterfall.

Patrick: Yeah, yeah, yeah. Gotcha, gotcha, gotcha.

Client: Or in a spot where the flow of water was too great so that it was actually dangerous to be there, you know, so it couldn’t.

Patrick: Sure, sure. Can you imagine in your mind, imagine emotionally, mentally, visually, physically standing under a waterfall with the perfect temperature water and feel it just coming down over you and going through you and cleaning you from the inside out.

Beautiful. While your bare feet are on rocks, water is coming on the top of your head. Your toes are gripping the rock and it feels perfect. The earth is absorbing all that stuff that you’re letting go. Water washing over you and through you, regenerating and filling you.

Beautiful. Can you open up your eyes, please?

Our goal today was to open up the channels and pathways within myself that allow for me to receive love, gratitude, acceptance and financial well-being into my life.

I’m going to ask you to just take that in for a sec. We’re going to do it together and let’s see if we moved the needle or not because sometimes it is not an off-on switch, but just moving the needle is enough.

Let’s do it together. Our goal was to open the channels and pathways within myself…

Client: Our goal was to open the channels and pathways within myself…

Patrick: … that allow me to receive love, …

Client: … that allow me to receive love, …

Patrick: … gratitude and acceptance…

Client: … gratitude and acceptance…

Patrick: … and financial well-being into my life.

Client: … and financial well-being into my life.

Patrick: I’m going to ask you to please imagine your home with all the windows and doors and shades drawn so it’s dark inside the home and we’re going to see how much do you internally allow yourself to receive love by noticing, not opening the doors and windows, but now noticing how much do they open when you metaphorically allow yourself to receive love, gratitude, acceptance and financial well-being into your life.

Just notice what happens to the room and it’s okay if it’s totally closed off. It’s okay if it only opens up a little bit. Where are we?

Client: No, it got very bright. I opened up everything. Everything opened up brightly. It was like the room was full of sunshine again and the shades are pulled back and the windows are open and I can feel the warmth of the sun coming through them and the breeze coming through and the sun is on my face.

Patrick: Beautiful. Now, do I expect financial windfalls to come in? Do I expect love to permeate through every cell of your being and the right person walks into your life? Maybe.

I’m not going to say no to that, but do I expect it? I expect that the needle has been moved and I don’t expect it to be a little blip and going back down to where it was, kind of like the fad diet, right?

I don’t expect it to go whoop, then down. I do expect that whatever change it will be, will be as permanent as permanence is because you won’t be holding that animosity towards yourself about your last husband.

I don’t feel like you’ll be holding the same animosity towards yourself about your mother, about your father. We still need to work on your father relationship, not your relationship to your father, but rather your relationship to yourself about your father.

I do feel this was a big step, a big significant step. How do you feel?

Client: I agree. I do feel that way as well.

Patrick: Beautiful, beautiful.


At the beginning of this call this woman already had an understanding that her feelings towards her former husband had been affecting her finances, but she still had not been able to release the feelings of resentment that she held towards him.

But by actively using the feelings of compassion and empathy, the old feelings of resentment began to dissipate. By the end of the session her feelings about her former spouse began to feel more neutral. And, she no longer felt that she would be hindered or affected by her past feelings towards him.

I also want to point out that many of our emotions and beliefs are built upon layers of conditioned behaviors starting in childhood. This doesn’t mean that we need to relive every moment from the past in order to heal. But it does mean that we need to honor the part of ourselves that went through those childhood experiences, so that we could become the person that we are today.

Do I think that one session was enough to bring in windfalls of money into her life? Maybe. But I do believe that this one session was enough for her to be at peace with her past relationship, and that could be enough to allow financial peace to start to take root in her life.

So now let me ask you.

Are you ready to move beyond the limitations of your past?

Are you ready to begin releasing past hurts and resentments that have been keeping you from feeling fulfillment in your life?

I believe that there are times when having another person help to guide you can really be a transformative experience.  This is the reason that I encourage everyone to reach out for help when it comes to resolving issues that are difficult or seemingly impossible to work through on your own.

And if you’d like to work with me I’m here to help. I offer both one-on-one private sessions and group healing sessions.  I also offer complimentary sessions to podcast guests.

You can reach out to me through my website, PatrickRodriguez.com and set up a time for us to work together.

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This has been Patrick Rodriguez reminding you,

to Release your past, so that you can experience the fulfillment of your life by living in the Present Moment.

Thanks for listening.


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