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Title: When we find out why we are born, that's when we discover our recovery life's purpose.
Author: Fraser Trevor
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When we find out why we are born, that's when we discover our recovery life's purpose. Most of our problems in life are a symptom ...

When we find out why we are born, that's when we discover our recovery life's purpose.

Most of our problems in life are a symptom of not knowing, or living, our purpose.

We are intentionally created, by our Loving Creator for a special and unique Purpose.

We came to earth, experienced fear and mild to intense trauma and in that process forgot Who we are and Where we came from.

Then, because we wanted Love, safety, and security... we decided not to listen to our child within, to doubt that we even have any intuition and to focus on things that bring us the illusion of financial and emotional security, but not fulfilment or joy.

Because of this.... we feel like we have the Fear of Missing out, but aren't even sure what we're missing out on.

We just know that there's something more.

We can feel it, but we can't quite put our finger on it.

We have brief moments of remembering Who we are and Where we came from.

Maybe it's an inspiring moment in a film, or when some great moment is achieved in sports, the Olympics or in a book that you read.

But, because life is filled with an overload of content/information and distraction, we quickly forget again.

And, over a period, the Light within us that is our Recovery Purpose gets dimmer and dimmer.

It never goes out, but it does get small enough to forget that it's there. So, we're not being used for our lives true Purpose.

We're not in alignment with why we are born, we are ignoring our intuition, and we are putting our recovery on hold.

Maybe we have children, or a job that helps us just "exist" or a pet.

And we love our kids, our pet and we are grateful that we can put food on the table... but something is missing.

our relationship is void of recovery passion.

Perhaps we and our "twin flame" are just roommates now.

Or... we decided not to get into recovery because we wanted to focus on our career...

But our career is just to pay the bills.

It's not purposeful work. we start to want more.

We want to set a better example for our children because we notice that they have picked up some of our bad habits.

We have a favourite facebook account that we pretend is our life.

Those images of Europe, Asia and living a life of time/money/travel freedom... it's our daydream.

We pretend that that is our dissociated life.

But... these moments are fleeting...

A day comes where we notice we are having a hard time paying attention to our Survival Job.

We feel anxious. Nervous.

So, we go to someone who can write us a prescription to feel better.

Chances are... they don't scan our brain... and they don't do an inventory of our life choices.... they don't ask if we are living our recoveery.

They just pay attention to the symptoms.

Anxious. Inattentive. Nervous. Sad.

They label us "bipolar," "ADD" or "depressed" and give us a pill or two.

we take the pills.

For a moment, we have hope... maybe this will help us feel better.

But soon, those pills don't work.

And now we're hooked on them and need them just to feel normal.

We take on the names that these pill writers called us.

We are now just a bipolar/ADD/depressed addict who needs to take pills to be normal.

We smile to strangers, but on the inside... we wish that they could see that we're in a dissociated crisis.

But, we have to keep it together. we can't be vulnerable. we can't be real.

The self-help teachers told us that when we talk about bad things, negative stuff or our problems that you will "attract" more of them.

So, we stuff them down. we get a new peer group of best friends who always make us feel better:

Caffeine, Alcohol, and Sugar

We put on some weight at first. But then more weight.

Why?

Because that "one drink a week" has turned into a nightly affair.

We wake up hungover and take more pills and more Caffeine just to have enough energy to get in the shower.

One day, we arrive at our job... and it hits us...

Maybe this is as good as it gets. Maybe this is all we deserve. Maybe we're just here to "exist" or "survive."

All that hogwash about recovery, it's just for special people.

We unfollowed your favourite facebook account because they posted a photo from our dream travel destination... and we decided that it's just a pipe dream.

And... you keep your head down and just keep existing.

All the while, trying to convince ourself that we don't know what our recovery purpose is... that we aren't sure.

And that the only way we would even admit that we have a purpose or could live a life of purpose... we would need a clear plan in place first.

we are treating your purpose like our own personal dissociated illusion....

we scream: "SHOW ME THE WAY!"

But, we can't see how we could possibly make a living from our recovery purpose, so we keep telling ourselves we don't have one, or that we don't know what it is.

Eventually... life gets worse. It shrinks.

A few bad things happen in a row that makes you question who we really are.

And, eventually... life gets smaller and smaller and smaller... until we arrive at an important moment in our life.

A moment will come when we will be stirred by unexpected events.

A part of us will wither and die the remnants of our child within, and we will begin to search for the elixir to bring this part of us back to life.

we will seek this elixir in friends, lovers, enemies, books, religions, foreign countries, heroes, songs, rituals, and jobs.

But no matter where we look, the treasure will evade us.

All will seem lost.

We will lose all hope that this magic potion even exists.

It will be the darkest of nights, and the promise of certain death will lead us to the abyss of despair.

But, staring into this abyss, we will begin to see the dim light of our own illumined child within.

our radiance will transform the abyss itself into the elusive awakening to real life.

And for the first time, we will realise that all the while... it was our own child within that we were searching for.

Then you have a massive GATZO moment.

"Our Child Within is the most important thing for us to find."

We realise that there is no perfect map with a blueprint and checklist of how we will find ourselves.

We realise that our recovery is something that we re-discover, bit by bit, a little each day.

We realise that the self-help gurus were wrong... fear is not the opposite of Love... Fear, grief and pain are signs that we are getting closer to our recovery.

And, when we realise this... we realise that no pill can give us our recovery purpose, no wine can give us purpose... and no amount of chocolate can give us purpose.

And then... in a flash... we realise that THIS is the second most important day of our life.

We realise that we were re-born for a unique Recovery Purpose... and that we just need to ... we need to re-gather ourself... gather our Heart... our Brains... and our Courage... and realise that we've always had the power of the child hidden within.

We have the redemption of each new moment born into our child within to make a new choice.

And on this day, the second most important day of our life... we choose to discover our Recovery Purpose... bit by bit... piece by piece. And from that moment forward... we return Home to our Child Within... to our Creator... to discovering our lives Purpose a little more each day.

We realise that those weren't panic attacks, they were messages from our Hidden Child Within to get moving.

We realise that we have anxiety because we weren't doing the very thing we were born to do.

We realise that anyone who is not living with their child within but instead forcing themselves to do boring/repetitive work that isn't fulfilling would have ADD, too.

We realise each day that we don't have a problem focusing on the things we LOVE to do, in fact, we wish that life would slow down because when we are in the Zone of our child withins purpose... life and time is flying by.

We realise that the real cause of our problems aren't being bi-polar, or depressed or having ADD...

We realise that we've been misdiagnosed. We didn't have ADD... We had DDD.

Dissociated Deficit Disorder

And we realise that ADD/Depression/BiPolar and most of those other labels where covering up our real issue alienation from self the child hidden within.


We realise that Bi-Polar was just trying to contain our uniqueness and creativity in a box... and now we are unleashed by the freedom of our child within...

We realise that part of our de-pression was re-pression of our child within.

So we start to express ourselves.

We realise that our ADD wasn't that at all.

We realise that we're creative children within whose lives have been focused on boring tasks.

We have a hard time paying attention to what doesn't matter, but when we are in our zone of the child within, our attention is locked in.

And... in the end... we are grateful for the awakening journey... because now we have gained empathy... experience... and an understanding of the suffering that exists on this world... and from this moment forward... we dedicate ourself to healing the trauma within us... connecting with our child within each and every day... and helping others heal from their traumas and disrespect.

And in that moment, we realise... everything we went through... has meaning.

And we're awakened for all of it.


Remember to get out there, take action and make it real!

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