Healing Your Past

movieposter A passage from the movie, Hope Floats, (see  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y48KWBR3YYA) with Sandra Bullock, Harry Connick Jr. and Gena Rowlands, has stuck in my mind over the years.

Sandra’s daughter in the film (Bernice Pruitt) says,

“My dad says that childhood is the happiest time of my life. But, I think he’s wrong. I think my mom’s right. She says that…”

[Bernice’s voice fades as Birdee (Sandra Bullock) takes over]

Birdee Pruitt: [laughing]
Childhood is what you spend the rest of your life trying to overcome. That’s what momma always says.
She says that beginnings are scary, endings are usually sad, but it’s the middle that counts the most.
Try to remember that when you find yourself at a new beginning. Just give hope a chance to float up. And it will, too…”
Childhood is such a mixed bag of blessings and challenges. It is where you lay down the framework of beliefs including those about yourself, your world, and what you can expect to achieve and enjoy. Many of those beliefs are false and limiting in various degrees.  It then becomes part of your work (as my late hypnotherapist friend, Michael Ellner would say) to “get out of the negative trance you are already in”.
That is why I learned self hypnosis, hypnotherapy, dowsing, EFT and a great many other modalities, first to help myself, and years later to help others.
Whatever self-help tool you use (hypnosis, EFT, meditation, pendulum work, Emotion Code, etc.), I think
it falls to all of us to work on healing our past. It is a goldmine that like horse shit can be transformed and then harvested as manure to make our garden grow a richer life, allowing us to find more joy, love and fulfillment.

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