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Feb 2·edited Feb 2

It is indeed very interesting to observe the interplay of past emotional situations in ones own inner workings of the mind. Psychotherapy usually looks to have "insight" by the client into the basis of their own issues. But it is well known that intellectual insight is not enough, even though Freudian Psychoanalysis seems to be function primarily at the intellectual level and is considered complete when the client is able to track, in real time, every issue that comes up for them in their day to day life, with an immediate explanation of why they are feeling what they are, using the psychoanalytic language they have learned. Emotional insight together with intellectual understanding brings about the possibility of true transformation though. Jung's analytic process goes deeper than Freud's and seeks to bring the person's psyche into Individuation, whereby they are operating at a level that is free of complexes and their Unconscious functions directly with the Collective Archetypes, rather than projecting them, laced with unresolved personal attributes, out into the client's experiential reality.

It is truly amazing that we have this capability to 'look inside' and 'debug our source code' -- concepts that our very recent experience (considering our evolutionary timespan on the planet) with 'intelligent machines' has proffered us. However, computer concepts only go so far, and the true depth of our inner workings is bottomless (yet still not unfathomable to those who truly want to know). The practice and pursuit of Alchemy has been the most valuable in the ultimate transformation of unconscious lead into the transcendental gold of consciousness and the immense value of this ancient body of knowledge was not lost on C G Jung.

Yet there are other ways to -- one may even say -- 'hack the source code' (but it definitely isn't binary). The ETs gave us this amazing Monitor Dream Process whereby we can pose any question to our Superconscious Mind before sleep and get the answer in several formats, when we immediately awake in the morning. i haven't followed the complex procedure completely myself but the times i have attempted it, it was like something in me already knew what it was about, and proceeded to use the opportunity to download important information about my path in my life.

As outlined in the procedure, the problem we all have is localized at the Instinctual Mind level where the corresponding DNA codes have been scrambled making dream recall difficult and fragmentary since upon waking the information from the all knowing Superconscious Mind needs to translate into the Rational Mind, but first it needs to get past the Instinctual Mind which has been deliberately scrambled by negative ETs in 3740 BCE to keep us from knowing the truth of our origins and purpose. The procedure is a means to send the requested information safely through this distortion. https://1drv.ms/b/s!AkF4hb72o8rGj03Jk3vL6tojN-YE?e=lFD8i1

But one thing i've also noticed is that (as is also related in the write up) i can actually witness the codes being assembled into cognitive understanding after i awake. What's truly amazing about this is that it implies that there is much much more to us, than can even be imagined, because if my consciousness can actually witness my Rational Mind coming on-line, and already be making logical sense of it as it happens -- it means i am greater than simply what i think. The piece's explanations of the Levels of Identity available to us covers the full extent to which we can actually expand our sense of Self to include.

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Feb 2·edited Feb 2

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ng9_-X3m0v4

Skip the intro to where the presentation starts, I get so much comfort in knowing that I’m not alone and that I am in a relationship with a benevolent overseer and as long as I have faith in this co-creator relationship then fear has no way in! I am more than my physical body contains and the philosophy by Jason in the link above really works for me by not allowing my past to predict my future, there is even something called retro cauasality that means if I re imagine my past in a positive light then my future will play out positively, there is more magic in this coded system of life than we were taught to believe and Jason is a positive example of how he changed his life for the better and we can use this philosophy to manifest our reality!

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Trauma generates a fear-based, survivalist mindset, often accompanied by a flight or fight response. From there it is difficult to respond appropriately. There is a tendency to react in an habitual manner.

After all, I survived doing this, why would I want to change a behavior that got me through something so threatening? One can see the limitations in such thinking by revisiting a childhood trauma with a different adult perspective. This can help relieve the negative emotional charge from the past and keep it from intruding on the present. It is difficult to have compassion for others without first having it for oneself. Considering the possibility that we have all lived countless past lives, that we have all been in wars, having killed and been killed. We have mostly been both genders, having been raped and been the rapist and also been both the slave and slave master; isn't it about time to have compassion for ourselves and everyone else?

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I hope this is a historical article and you're not still suffering or "managing" with this issue. I can tell you that you don't have to carry this. I used to suffer the same way because I was told it can't ever go away. Then I learned differently, I went to a practitioner who helped me and now I practice and help others. I help people every day with great success.

Don't accept that anything that is in the mind has to stay in the mind. What you learn you can unlearn. Talk therapy (which I don't do and didn't work for me) can help you understand. But you don't need to map out your history and all the "why's" in order to let go of the thoughts, feelings or sensations that were programmed as a response. Blessings to you.

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I needed this right now. Thank you.

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If we would only learn to be gentle with ourselves it would be so easy to be gentle and forgiving to others.

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