PTSD Emotions Sneak Up Like Weeds
You don’t have to be a gardener to understand this analogy.
The plan is to speak clearly and be understood without an apology.
When negative emotions run rampant without noticing it, fear and anger grow.
They become like covering weeds, replacing the healthy seeds we sow.
While on a nature walk with my daughter, this discussion came up.
We debate how what I write to others, they cannot reflect.
The issue that Jesus refers to is being from above and not from below.
His thoughts were the same as the Creator’s, the Father’s concepts, you know.
Misunderstandings arise if those around us never take the time to reflect so boldly.
They fixate on their mundane ways (like poured concrete without a mold).
Your past negative experiences create energy blocks around your hearts.
This is where your ability to reason and empathize successfully breaks down.
Psychologists refer to this process as a “mental mechanism.”
The mind creates its own biased version of an event for the protection of the heart.
Jesus’ disciples had to grow spiritually before He spoke freely to them.
When they trusted Him and accepted that He was the Word, Jesus spoke clearly.
His followers also had to get rid of the lack of knowledge of the past in order to understand Him.
That is what Jesus meant by not putting new wine into old wineskins to break.
After a recently remembered dream, there was an instruction on my poetry.
What was needed to heal in rhyme was to have a change of mind.
So doing Qigong is the magic eraser to clean up the remaining debris.
Right after our first energy cleansing session, we will notice a change of mind.
That is the most difficult step to take, but essential before any change is born.
Once we put a signaled, positive idea into the atmosphere, it rises from Earth!
What we with PTSD don’t understand is that this works against us when we are sad.
Contemplating the hurts and trauma of the past also makes our minds sick.
How could a creative thought break free like a dove from a cage if we live in the past?
Christ can give us the courage to open emotional cages so that we can finally have peace.
It is important that we do not accept what others think of us as our truth.
Your immature and materialistic perceptions may not have the essence of heavenly worth.