Carl Jung said: 'I'm not what happened to me. I am what I choose to become." Easier said than done, when our traumas have happened in childhood our unconcious are impregneted with the sel-protection/self-response that we had to in order to survive, and to re-wired my brain by myself (without therapy) medidation has been a huge improvement. At the last for the skepticals, meditation will help to cope with the traumas side effects as insomnia, anxiety, lack of concentration...

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Feminist, nonconformist, essaist

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