Please remember, it is what you are that heals, not what you know. —CARL JUNG!!

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I was a stranger inside my own mind and body, unaware of my true self and the misguided power bestowed on a child like, created ego.
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Get to know the real you, explore the inner world underneath the conscious mind.
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Relax, let go, thoughts will fade as the mind clears, empties and focuses on the breath, intently.
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The weight, the desire to constantly analyze, judge, feel stressed, needing to accomplish or fix life can rest for a while, fade completely.
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Healing or happiness starts with self acceptance, approval of all of us, the flawed and strong parts, the weak or vulnerable also.
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Guilt is a judgment, a past tense emotion of regret, based on prior actions or memories.
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Guilt is worthless 99%+ of the time! let it go! be brave.
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3 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by ptsdjedi on December 27, 2013 at 6:20 am

    Thank you for your inspirational words.

    My PTSD was a result of the Asian tsunami and being involved with the initial search and rescue. For years I struggled until I was finally diagnosed properly and stated trauma therapy.

    My life has moved forward since the treatment, it’s not ideal but it’s manageable. There are still bad days but I’m trying to focus on the good.

    I have just started a blog, to share my story and raise awareness of PTSD. In order try to highlight the countless men, women and children who suffer trauma in silence. And, how with greater understanding and early and accurate diagnosis we can genuinely support those that suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

    http://ptsdjedi.wordpress.com/

  2. […] Please remember, it is what you are that heals, not what you know. – CARL JUNG!! (ptsdawayout.com) […]

  3. “Guilt is a judgment based on prior actions or memories.” “Guilt is worthless 99%+ of the time! let it go!” One should reflect on prior actions and learn from them. Then move on. Learn from your guilt (behavior, act) – don’t harbor it, but no free passes.
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