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Within the past few months I have been exploring feelings as I journey into my past in ways I never have before. I am realizing that the older I get the more humbled I become, not necessarily by an inability to grapple with life’s challenges, but by seeing that life is more complex than I could have ever imagined. The implications of history, both centuries deep and just within this lifetime has effected us all. It is becoming clear to me now that the present moment is a gift for us all to courageously transform the wounds of humanity through an awareness of how the past still affects us in a personal manor today.
Children throughout the world are often taught that about reality in a way in which it should be cautiously feared. We believe that to make a living we often need to squander our dreams and conform to the “reality” as it is. For so many generations the sensitive spirit of our youth are often met with physical and or emotional punishment upon the defiance of convention. Yet in this post-industrial age we have the privilege of unburdened “free time.” Technology has, in many places, lifted many away from the back breaking labor that the generations of the industrial past ensued. Thus now, within pockets, we are seeing a sort idealism that bravely puts fear and conformity aside.
Today, we see a generation of youth that is peering beyond the limitations of social and conventional economic conformity. People are waking up to the irrationally of an age that demands more, more, and more [of which mainly profits the rich elite among us]. We are seeing a resurgence of “aboriginal” thinking and values. What I am trying to say is that we are seeing people, in much greater numbers, see past the systemic limitations of a fear based way of life. And yet although these changes may be seen systemically, they are coming about through personal journeys into our own unique pasts and breaking free from the fear that has been passed down to us from our parents, their parents, and so on and so on.
As I grew older and became a more independent adult I was able to see how my upbringing has heavily influenced how I experience myself. I have become more aware of how particular belief systems of my parental unit drastically influenced the way in which I have set the course of my life. For many years I often did things as I thought they would please my parents. I was afraid to choose another way. In ways my upbringing set up a “default” mode of being. Although now more aware of myself I see there is room from transcendence and growth in the path of my career and my ability to relate to myself. Self-awareness is key though. And only through being aware of some very deeply psychologically rooted beliefs have I been able to clear the fears that have held me down and move on.