A shift in perspective
Have you ever thought about what it means to heal? I have, and over the years I have pondered on it a lot in regard to my own healing journey as well as a facilitator of healing, with my clients. Having worked with well over 1000 clients in the past seven years, I have witnessed the process of healing up close and personal both professionally and personally.
It has brought me to the conclusion that true healing is nothing but a deep shift in perspective.
If you are new to healing or have done a lot of surface-level healing, this may not make sense, but let me explain:
When we look up the definition of the word healing it says; the process of making or becoming sound or healthy again. You can see that aside from healthy, it refers to the word sound which also has various different meanings in this context such as free from injury or disease, free from flaw, defect, or decay, free from error, fallacy, or misapprehension, exhibiting or based on thorough knowledge and experience, showing good judgment or sense. It will come as no surprise then that the word ‘sound’ is a synonym for the word ‘whole’.
This is the true purpose of healing ‘to make or become whole again’.
You probably agree with me that the purpose of healing is to become whole again, but now let’s connect these two together and understand why it’s this deep shift in perspective that creates this wholeness (aka healing).
How deep-rooted our unresolved pain is
Our childhood and current life wounding did not just appear out of nowhere, it didn’t just fall from the sky and ended up falling into our laps. We were carrying the vibrational imprints for our experiences when we incarnated into this lifetime. Vibrational imprints from both our ancestral lineages as well as our past lives, which are referred to as karma and samskara in Hinduism and Buddhism.
You are probably somewhat familiar with the term karma (read this Soul teaching for the new paradigm perspective on karma), but you have likely not heard of the word samskara before. Samskaras are a mental conformation or latent karmic tendency shaping one’s present life (i.e. our conditioning based on previous experiences).
This means to truly understand our current life and childhood wounding we will always need to look at the deeper roots that created them and when we do, this inherently always leads to a shift in perspective. To be clear this does not mean that people are to blame for the painful experiences they have lived through. It also doesn’t mean that they ‘created’ them, deserved them, or are to be held accountable for them. Nor does it mean that the people that hurt them are off the hook, not to be held accountable for their actions, or gave the people they hurt what they ‘needed’ on a spiritual level.
This is a vibrational and subconscious process that happens OUTSIDE of our conscious awareness for which no one is to blame, which again doesn’t mean that people who hurt other people get to walk away Scott-free or don’t have to face the consequences of their actions. Healing is not about the other, healing is about the self.
It’s not about who is right or wrong, it’s about how to put back together the shattered pieces of the self after you were wronged whether you were wronged emotionally, mentally, physically, or sexually.
The lens through which we view life
These deeper roots of our traumas whether we like it or not have created the lens through which we view life. We all know that painful experiences tend to change us and make us more on guard. The accumulation of such experiences including the ancestral trauma and karma we volunteered to take on as well the past life roots underlying both our current life experiences and ancestral baggage created our completely unique perception of life which is called our trauma filter. We see everything filtered through our unique trauma filter based on our own past experiences. In fact, until we heal our unresolved pain and traumas we can’t actually see things as they truly are – we can only see them colored through our unresolved past and pain.
Much like a kaleidoscope this trauma filter distorts our perception of reality. It makes us see things in the wrong way, distorted and not as they truly are. I am of course referring to the trauma filter, not the traumatic experiences. Our trauma filters, the accumulation of unresolved trauma and pain since the beginning of time creates errors in our judgment, and errors in our perception – the exact opposite of what the word ‘sound’ stands for.
Healing our traumas and unresolved pain not only dissolves the trauma filter over time, it creates this deep shift in perspective that allows us to not only heal and become whole again but also see life as it truly is instead of distorted through our own projections caused by our unresolved pain. Imagine what your life could be like when you decide to stop looking at it through your kaleidoscope glasses.
This deep shift in perspective that is possible is not only about becoming whole on an incarnation level, it’s about becoming whole on a soul-path level across all the experiences throughout your complete soul journey throughout time and space. Without addressing the unresolved previous past from before the current incarnation, one cannot fully heal one’s trauma filter because the trauma filter is created through the accumulation of past life, ancestral and current timeline unresolved pain. You can’t cut it up into neatly divided separate boxes, it has to be addressed as a whole because these timelines are often deeply entangled.
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