Healing and Transformation

Healing and Transformation


Breaking Free from Societal Conditioning

posted by David G Arenson ND

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What is freedom?

It is important in maturing from childhood conditioning to break away from everything that has come before – parents, society, culture, country/ nation, tribe/ religion, friends. All these influences were important aspects that assisted in your development. Be grateful for them.

In order to go to the next level, change and fresh thinking is required. It won’t be easy, yet it is necessary for your progress as a human being.

You are the writer of your own story – make it an adventure!

Why do I write about such matters?

I believe power has a big influence over belief. The winners are the “elite” powerbrokers.

An example is our so-called “history” that is taught at schools. Who wrote it – of course it is written by the “victors!”
Write your own myth – write your own story – or better, make it real, make it yours. And then brace yourself for the greatest adventure of your lifetime. It will not be easy. The only guarantee is that it will be yours. Nobody can take that away from you.
“Don’t be satisfied with stories, how things have gone with others. Unfold your own myth.”

Rumi

 

 



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