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Many of us seem to regress to the reactionary mind of our childhood, whenever we are threatened. It appears that the fallout of unresolved anger, threats of punishment, and emotions of rejection that we experienced as children come flooding back into our current state, and so we become driven and reactive. If we can awaken to the moment, and realise where these emotions may arise from, we can respond in a less reactionary way. By breathing deeply and speaking slowly and mindfully, we can help regain the present link to our true nature.

© Aaron John Beth’el

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