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07.02.1999 - Interpretation of dali48
In order not to have to feel the inner "emptiness" of today's life, one tries to push it through ever higher speed... - which only succeeds in the short term and is also dangerous because the back linkage is missing... - with artificial acceleration... - Similarly, the increasing noise, which is intended to draw attention to the "noise"... - on the other hand should override the inner "emptiness" and the future fears... - Regardless of what goals we achieve in our lives, and what dreams come true, we are always experiencing something like a little disappointment when we get to one of these goals - Then we say as Dante, Shakespeare and Mozart: "Was that all?" - No matter how well we are, we are never really at home - I believe we all come from the depths of being - and that this being calls us back again... (J. Bradshaw)
Each of us can call a divine child with a creative potential - and this is true not only for the famous painters or musicians. Our life can be our work of art... (M. Woodman)
In doing so, our spiritual being is literally directed against itself - Alcohol was the medicine I took to heal the injured child within me - but this medicine almost killed me - Addiction was a metaphor for my deep spiritual need... - The most important thing I have learned in my life is that creativity is stronger than violence, and that it is the appropriate remedy against violence... - I know of no formula that could be used to predict whether a human being is breaking by a traumatic event, or whether he will be able to make a difference and change... - I do not know why bad things happen to good people, or why one is abused in a terrible way and the others are not - None of the common answers that religion gives on it has convinced me (neither me - d.48)... - Shame is a feeling that shows us our limits - Sick shame arises when we try to make a difference, to be more than a human being or less... - Victims of physical or sexual violence repress the pain their trauma prepares them to survive - They literally leave their bodies... The divine child is by nature religious - The poetic soul of the divine child touches the heart of being... (J. Bradshaw)
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09/22/2011 - Interview with Author dali48 on Google +