Accepting your trauma(s) is key to setting you free
I woke up this morning in the realization of the true extent of my own traumatized past.
Out of the seemingly nothing the massive number of traumas I have faced throughout my life was fanned out before me – as a mental picture, clear as a summer blue sky.
Like pearls on a string.
Traumas, that I have denied the graveness of for so many years, because being strong was the only thing I knew.
I became the proud Warrior Queen, wearing my countless wounds and scars with almost God-given grace.
As if I hadn’t, I would not have lived to this day – far from it, actually.
This realization is not a bad thing.
It is something to be celebrated if anything.
And it is what happens when we consciously choose to take responsibility for our own healing.
Because it is only when we truly realize the depth of our traumas, the massive extent of them, the implications, the un-intended “casualties of war” they cause – not just internally, but externally as well…
It is not until then, that we are able to release them and no longer let them govern our life and decisions.
Then, they are no longer acting like subconscious fire-sprouting dragons in a deep and forgotten dungeon which is the depths of our minds.
Then, we are free to heal the DNA of trauma that we unwittingly have sustained and passed to our children, and their children and so on for at least 7 generations (according to science).
Then, we are free to help change and heal their future, which would otherwise have stayed imprinted with our personal fears, anxiety, and traumas.
Then, we are free to consciously change our own future, where we no longer are slaves to our suppressed past experiences – and the traumas of our ancestors.
We are then free to repair and heal the damage done and move forward to finally create and manifest the future we so desire to experience.
Then, we are free.
I am free.
… Are you, too, willing to set yourself free?