EXPERIENCE has taught us that the damage done to us during our childhood cannot be undone; there are no time machines to take us back to fix things, to prevent what has occurred from happening.
What has happened is exactly that, what has happened. That’s life, and now it’s part of our history.
We can, however, change ourselves and how we choose to see life. We can repair ourselves and regain our lost or stolen integrity by choosing to look more closely at the knowledge that is stored inside our minds and bodies and bring this knowledge closer to what William James, in Varieties of Religious Experience, has called our “daily perceptive awareness.”
It Is Not About Who I Am.
It Is About What Happened To Me.
Experience Has Taught Us – 175 Missing Pieces –
An Explorer’s Guide to Developing a Handbook on Life
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