INTERNAL FAMILY SYSTEMS QUOTES

“When we work from the core of the self, our whole being is empowered.” – Richard Schwartz, founder of Internal Family Systems (IFS).

“The goal of IFS is not to eliminate parts, but to get them to work together in harmony. This leads to a greater sense of wholeness and integration.” – Richard Schwartz.

“When we come to understand the parts of ourselves that are hurt or scared, we can begin to heal from our past wounds.” – Richard Schwartz.

“The more we can learn to recognize and honor all of our parts, the more we can find inner peace and balance.” – Richard Schwartz.

“The ultimate goal of IFS is self-leadership, or the ability to take charge of our own lives, our own minds, and our own emotions.” – Richard Schwartz.

“Healing isn’t about getting rid of the bad parts, it’s about learning to love and accept all of our parts.” – Richard Schwartz.

“Through IFS we can learn to differentiate between the different parts of ourselves, and see them all as valuable and worthwhile.” – Richard Schwartz.

“You can’t hate your way into healing. Self-love and compassion are the keys to transformation.” – Richard Schwartz.

“The more we can cultivate curiosity and compassion towards ourselves, the more we can heal our wounds.” – Richard Schwartz.

“When we learn to listen to all of our parts, we can find new solutions to old problems.” – Richard Schwartz.

“Our parts are constantly changing and evolving. IFS helps us keep up with the changes, and adapt to new situations.” – Richard Schwartz.

“Through IFS we can learn to trust ourselves, and trust our own inner guidance.” – Richard Schwartz.

“IFS is a gentle and compassionate way of guiding us towards inner healing and growth.” – Richard Schwartz. PARENTS SACRIFICE QUOTES

“The more we can connect with our true self, the more we can find peace, joy, and fulfillment in life.” – Richard Schwartz.

“IFS is not just a therapy technique, it’s a way of life. You can apply its principles to all areas of your life.” – Richard Schwartz.

“The more we can be curious and open-minded towards ourselves, the more we can learn and grow.” – Richard Schwartz.

“IFS is based on the idea that healing is possible at any age, and at any stage in life.” – Richard Schwartz.

“Through IFS we can learn to communicate more effectively with our own mind and body.” – Richard Schwartz.

“IFS is a reminder that we are all complex and multifaceted beings, and that there is no one right way to be.” – Richard Schwartz.

“Through IFS we can learn to embrace all of our feelings, and see them as valuable and meaningful.” – Richard Schwartz.

“IFS is an empowering approach that helps us take charge of our own lives, and find solutions from within.” – Richard Schwartz.

“The more we can learn to love and accept ourselves, the more we can love and accept those around us.” – Richard Schwartz.

“IFS is a way of empowering ourselves to be our own healer, and to trust our own inner wisdom.” – Richard Schwartz.

“Through IFS we can learn to accept our own imperfections, and see them as part of what makes us human.” – Richard Schwartz.