From Wounding To Wisdom

Just like everyone else I have experienced and gone through multiple traumas in my life.  Losing my mom to cancer in my early twenties. Having my life and death cancer journey in my early forties. And then losing my dad immediately after being cured of cancer.  Spending all my energy recovering from these ordeals as well as realizing that these were all part of life’s mysteries to overcome and turn my wounds into wisdom.  The process of moving beyond our wounding to a place where we can share what we have learned is not easy.  One thing I have learned is that being understanding and gentle with myself and others always leads to personal growth. At some point the burden of our inherited wounding from our outer experiences overflows and either we act out in society negatively or we consciously choose to transform our wounds into wisdom.  This is also the point where we become a product of societal conditioning or we lead ourselves down a magical path of curious understanding and reflection.  Nothing was ever promised to be easy in life and I have always held on to the idea that I was meant to go through all of these events not realizing for many years how they all contributed to the whole of who I am and what I have to share with others.  This is the transformation of my wounding.  That which I consciously choose to share is the wisdom.  Each individual has the responsibility to make choices regarding their own experiences and the process of learning to transform themselves and their human potential.  The only advice I have is to stay open by being aware of what is happening in your surroundings. You will be given all the time you need to transform the wounding to wisdom.

 

“Some people are old at 18 and some are young at 90 … time is a concept that humans created.” – Yoko Ono

 

Here is an article about common problems associated with being an old soul just for fun and possibly some understanding.

http://thoughtcatalog.com/koty-neelis/2014/12/10-common-problems-old-souls-experience-at-least-once-in-their-life/

 

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