I wonder. I wonder if we have got more in common than we do differences?
The reason why I say that is because the majority of us, well all of us have started off in the same environment. And I wonder how that environment has affected you? I know how that environment affected me. I was born extremely unhappy. Quite aware of my environment and surroundings but really quite unhappy. I remember being, right back to being 6 months old and I was suffering with gastroenteritis. But what I didn't realise was the trauma that my mum had gone through, had been translated to me, so I was kind of lost. I remember my mum saying to me that I was 'different, as a child, I was odd'. I was like a wise woman, a wise old woman actually. But I remember searching for an environment of wisdom. Searching for an environment of WISDOM, where I would be understood. It has take me a long time. But the GOODS NEWS about the end of this story is that I have found it and its probably is not where you think that it is, if you are like me?
So, I grew up in an environment of trauma. By the age of 4, I'd had 3 major traumas that probably caused Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. But what I didn't realise because I didn't know anything different was that i had become blind. I had become quite numb to my environment, and I carried that through into my adulthood. So I choose a profession that would emanate the same kind of environment, which was Social Work. And I lecturered and I managed a voluntary organisation but each step of the way, there were always issues. There were always issues that I had to address. I didn't feel like I was in the right environment. I didn't feel as though the truth of who I was was being appreciated and being valued. So I kept on searching. And in my search, I went through divorce. And I gave up my home. I became homeless. I was dying. I had to have a hysterectomy. I ended up with diabetes. And I needed to correct the imbalance. And all these latter things happened around the time when I was doing all the personal development and listening to all the inspiration; doing my visualisations and having lots of visions and looking at the ways that I could contribute, in service to humanity. But I had forgotten something. I had forgotten a really important lesson, really. That's what I was looking for outside of me, was actually always within me. My mum had told me, that I was like a wise old woman but i was looking outside of myself. Because I didn't feel that I was, all that I was all that I wanted to be. But what I had misinterpreted, was that I became all the things, that I thought I needed to be in order to succeed, in empowering and helping other people.
Until...the diabetes. And I just thought, not on my watch! I cannot do bitterness, I cannot do sweetness to those degrees. I need to create balance, in my health. So, I stopped. I LET GO of all my learning. I let go of the hard work. The hard knocks that I had experienced in that playground and decided to choose a different playground. The playground that I am today, is a playground where there is COLLABORATION. A playground of TRUE CONNECTEDNESS. Not Competition, No Separation, No Loneliness, No Isolation. A playground of ACCEPTANCE, UNITY, UNION, TOGETHERNESS.
Collaboration, Connectedness, Acceptance, Unity, Union, Togetherness - What do they have in common? They can all be found in one place.
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