The term “the natural man” comes from our religious tradition. But many religions teach some version of this concept–the idea that you need to stop yourself from “being bad” and reject that part of yourself. For a lot of people, this can lead do a lot of shame.
Internal Family Systems, developed by Richard Schwartz, is a method of healing trauma and restoring wholeness. It focuses on having different “parts” of ourselves that we can separate out and interact with, to heal shame, trauma, and develop self-leadership and deeper self-love.
In this episode we discuss how IFS can be applied to the idea of being a sinner or a bad person, and how this new perspective can help you overcome unwanted behaviors.
If you want to learn more about IFS
Book: “No Bad Parts,” by Richard C. Schwartz
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