After conception, the first lessons one has to comprehend after the development of the physical body are human relationships. The basic environment in which one learns about relationships is the family. The family’s basic function is to learn to live in the dimension of unconditional love– one learns to build relationships based on unconditional love. It is love that enables human development. In that context, one should be aware of duality because love has its merciful and ruthless aspects. Learning a lesson is not always pleasant, but very often very unpleasant. Discomfort is not there to prevent human development but to make a person stronger.
If a person does not understand the ruthless aspect of unconditional love in such a way, one will experience trauma. Any form of parental conditioning is also a traumatic circumstance for one. Trauma brings a whole series of physical and mental problems that a person will carry until one returns to the state of orientation. Personal disorientation will last until one reactivates the personal compass (PC).
Successful reactivation of the personal compass involves understanding the structure of trauma, how it occurs, and the consequences of trauma. The meaning of trauma is not to make one suffer but to make one learn something. However, if a person does not have such an approach, a whole series of even more significant obstacles will arise. Life lessons are unavoidable, so there is no point in running away. Of course, one can postpone transformation, making sense if one is overwhelmed with the current circumstance. However, if this becomes a modus operandi, the one has created even more severe problems without being aware of it.
Avoiding problems involves the subconscious because the subconscious serves as a shock absorber or storehouse in which issues pile up, waiting to be solved. Unfortunately, or fortunately, there is only one storekeeper who manages the subconscious, and that is you. Your task is to take care of your subconscious, and for something like that, you need a personal compass. Without a personal compass, one will experience a negative aspect of karma.
A personal compass serves you to navigate the inner and outer world. The first thing one faces in this world is family. The early life experiences occur within the family, and thus the first traumas. Such traumas are here to push one to learn how to live in the dimension of unconditional love by the recreation of healthy relationships based on unconditional love and by placing family members in the right place on the family map. The family map is not about drawing a family-tree, but about your subconscious perception of your family.
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