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  • rob@learninglife14
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    Hi all, firstly i want to say thankyou to the WTM community, and the collective consciousness that has come before us all (yes it really is that big a deal).
    I wanted to share with you all my transformation moment which occured earlier today. I wish you could experience the excitement in my heart right now.
    First a little background information.
    My wife has suffered from PTSD for a number of years now, and she has been undergoing ongoing treatment to help her deal with the condition. As with a lot of women in our society, her default mindset has grown to become keep on pushing through whatever adversity life puts before her, and obviously being emotional was out of the question as it would be seen as being weak in the face of others (actually also to herself).The only problem now is that whenever her ptsd causes her to break down emotionally (which is her instinctive way of dealing with the grief that is within her), her intellect tells her what she is doing is wrong (because she has learned what is “acceptable behaviour” within society), and that she should be able to deal with life without getting upset. This then reinforces a belief that she is a burden on her family because they have to “put up” with her outbursts.
    The understanding that the solution to the human condition has given me has enabled me to see that her emotional state is her instinctive side trying to help her heal in the way it has always known how, but her intellect is telling her “no, i know better, this emotional stuff isnt acceptable. As long as she continues to try and fight against her emotions, she will not be able to move forward in her recovery, but if she embraces the fact that her body understands instinctively how to heal itself, her condition will improve. Obviously this process is simple, but not easy, as she has to abandon the notion that her intellect has created a false reality, but now that the reason behind this conflict is understood, it points to a not previously seen way to overcome her trauma.
    Thankyou again to.. well, the whole of the human race really.
    Rob


  • Tommy
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    Yes understanding the human condition brings such endless relief to every situation we look at now, and brings an end to all suffering on every corner of this trauma-filled world we currently live in. As you say Rob it’s important that your wife is receiving ongoing treatment and gets the support she needs. But yes, what this information brings about is just the most amazing stress-and-trauma-and-suffering-free future imaginable! I have just re-read this part in Freedom para 309, and I can’t think of anything better than what Jeremy expresses there with his beautiful sea shell picture, that it ‘depicts that all-fabulous liberating and healing sun, which also represents a mandala of the arrival of harmony and happiness’. That healing and happiness is available to all humans right now and that really is something! Your post also reminded me of the leading Australian journalist, broadcaster and commentator, Brian Carlton, when he saw that this information ‘unravels the whole mess we humans are living in’, and I thought you might find his short video of commendation for Freedom of interest, link below. Needless to say, your posts are wonderful Rob and will inspire people to support this world-saving work.


  • rob@learninglife14
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    Thankyou Tommy, am currently watching the video, and where Jeremy says that we have to get a foothold in the adult world before we can get the youth involved, i have to disagree. It has been proven in the past that if you give the youth, ownership of a movement, they will carry it forward and implement it into the culture if they believe in it. I honestly believe that this is one of the best ways to advance this movement in the shortest possible time frame, particularly in the current climate of the resigned human condition. Appologies if this post comes across bold, it is in no way meant to offend, or tell anyone how things should be done, its just one person giving an opinion from the point of view of their journey, and if it can be of help, then fantastic. but if not, thats fine too.
    Rob


    • Chris
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      Hey Rob,
      really cool to see how these understandings are transforming your life, it has done the same for every aspect of my life and I sincerely hope it only continues to flourish your with relief and happiness as it does for me.

      i thought I may add my perspective, as a 20 year old who is quite younger than the average audience living in support of this knowledge. I 100% agree that my generation can carry this information onward towards its destination, I think what Jeremy meant in his comment was that up until age 25, kids are still fairly reliant on their family’s love and support and approval, and this is a massive enabling/inhibiting factor in how comfortable one may be in confronting the truth of the origins of all human upset. So if a “foothold” in the adult world is achieved, then adults can serve as the designated vehicle to enable and encourage the less resigned next generation to go a little further than they may have been able to, and this process continues over a few generations until the upset state is no longer present. Because from my experience, if my parents are determined impose their ideals/beliefs and I dont have enough reinforcement from my understandings to stay with the logic, my resigned brain will make excuses to not properly listen to what Jeremy is telling us about ourselves and start to dilute the truth as I crawl back into my cave of denial, as then im not longer at odds with the resigned adults whom im relying on for support in my life.

      hope this shares a different perspective as intended :)


  • rob@learninglife14
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    Thankyou chrisakri for your honesty. i guess i am still a bit gung ho with excitement at this amazing discovery(not that the excitement will ever wane), and need to temper my enthusiasm. I have a couple of kids around your age, and we have tried to teach them to just be themselves and go out and be prepared to make mistakes and learn from them. This sounds easy, but as well as looking up to our parents as kids, we also have the pressures of socialising with others who are mostly already resigned, and so we may even just not discuss our thoughts for fear of being singled out as weird. That is why i thanked you for your honesty because in this day and age i think it is harder to be yourself than it was when i was growing up(at least from the social aspect anyway).and yes when we see something from someone elses perspective we learn something new too, so thankyou also for that.
    Rob


    • Chris
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      Im glad something I said was able to resonate Rob! I think with so much noise always diluting our honest thoughts, we forget what our younger selves once thought and felt. i find this with myself all the time and im only 20!

      Having grown so much with these understandings and transforming myself after much wrestle and internal conflict, my best advice would be to reinforce that the human condition has now been solved, and your kids no longer need to live an existence tied to seeking self validation every day to keep the implication that we are “bad” and “meaningless” at bay. The more I understand the logic and let it drive me, the more free, real, honest, secure and happy I find myself being and the more purposeful and directed my mind is. I know whole-heartedly the significance of this information and am driven by every fibre in my being to live with and share this liberating information on the final journey to heal the world.

      The new world isnt something we are generations for accessing.. Its accessible TODAY! I access it in fragments daily and boy is it relieving! All the best to you and your family, I am excited for what your breakthrough now enables your family to experience and wish you all the very best! if your kids ever want to talk about this with someone of their age who is going through the same thing and constantly learning they are always welcome to email me!

  • Zzantor
    Zzantor
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    Rob, have you heard about EMDR Therapy? My PTSD actually went away during my first EMDR session. Look it up, there are many videos about it on youtube (not off topic, as my PTSD was in the way of any transformation, once removed, I could let this life-saving information in and actually “get it”)…


    • rob@learninglife14
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      Chris, i totally agree with your quote about the logic and how it drives the feeling of freedom. i have just read chapter 750 of Freedom, and having been raised with a belief that the bible stories were literal( which is why i could never accept that they could be wholly true, which in turn probably helped stop me from resigning as i had to seek answers within me) i felt an overwhelming sense of freedom when i realised that the story of Noah and the flood was showing that because all the other animals still lived in the natural state of innocence, they were allowed to live, it makes perfect sense now. I feel so blessed to have been able to experience this shift which is really the evolution of our species being played out in front of our eyes. Life really can be an incredible journey, and really, thats how it should be for everyone, and it will.


  • rob@learninglife14
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    Thankyou Zzantor, we had limited success with EMDR about a year and a half ago. thankyou so much for your concern and congratulations on your recovery.