What the girl had to say was that she felt her mother loved more her sister than her, and she believed that probably she was an unwanted child. Tears came to her eyes so naturally connected to her deep sadness at the thought of it:being unwanted. So I started thinking that all these theories and ancient philosophies and knowledge of life, which most probably are based on observation through the years, must be indeed right.
One thing I find fascinating in life is curiosity. This eagerness to know, to find out, to get to "the" truth. By nature itself I believe we own this curiosity independently of our environment,it does exist and if have the opportunity we will exert that feature in us human beings;and I thank not being a feline for I know it will not kill me.
|Bada Dill in Corsica|
Something that implies the Chakras, as well is the fact that they all simbolize and have a meaning in our life. Something I said,too was that the Chakra of the throat, Vishuddha, drives our expression and is connected to the sexual Chakra (Swadhistana) in terms of our power to create.
So, one is the moment of conception, and another aspect of our formation is the years of formation and education,for even inside the womb we are being all the time bombed by all sorts of messages and communication from our mother and the rest of the world, including our father if he is around. Psychological, emotional and physical communication that fuse with each other to make a final statement in the way we are to be in this world.
It is proven that the human brain requires touch to develop faster,it requires to be loved. On the other hand I believe that if we go to the other extreme, when there is violence and no signs of love during the growth of fetus and child, the brain will still develop faster because it is our natural instinct to survive once we have gained enough "experience" in life.
This signifies that our environment, whichever it is, will have an impact in our mental, emotional, physical and spiritual growth in life. This are some of the reasons I think we can differenciate clearly the mature from the immature: Peace of mind, quiet and happy spirit, capability to enjoy the present and acceptance of change; and most important, love, always love.
It depends on our choice and how we decide to evolve or not, based on experience once we gained consciousness of our situation, meaning we need to know where we stand,and gain awareness of that to be able to move on, to continue walking forward in our path...the path we choose to follow. This is why there is a great disparity and inexactness when we meet someone who is 45 years old and call them a "mature" person. First of all because of ignorance, we do not know the choices this person made to survive and live; secondly because no matter how many years pass by, if a person decides to stay stuck in one painful experience and chooses to fill themselves with anger and fear, they will spend the rest of their lifetime in that phase, and be a helpless child even in their late 60's. Unless they decide to flow with the waves of change...accepting them to the extreme being aware that they will be in deep cleansing due to spiritual growth.
|Rainbow in Punta Cana. Photo by Bada Dill|
We are walking physically-developed children, sometimes pretending to be adults, or craving to become mature.
The real change comes from within ourselves, even a child can understand that one!