The memories of the past experiences are what we continue to hold with the ultimate goal of ultimately transcending the feelings and sensations we wanted to experience through those experiences and the interpretations we derived from them.
Memories are not merely for surface interpretations, such as ‘hard, severe days’ or conversely, ‘days filled with happiness.’
Even though there is only one truth for everyone, the facts are different for everyone, just as reality is different for everyone.
Therefore, unlike what the mind believes, what is remembered varies from person to person, even among people involved in the same event.
For example, even if we ask people involved in the past to settle our accounts based on our memories, if we do not accept the fact that we have made our own choices about the experience itself, including its future, we will elicit a reaction of rejection or refusal from them. The subconscious mind is actually at work here, demanding ‘acceptance of the facts’ from itself in the form of rejection by the people involved, but this is not easy to achieve for the ego, which is obsessed to past hurts because of its pain and believes that they must be compensated by the people involved.
All of this creates drama for each person.
In fact, all of these issues and settling the past can only be done in the present moment. It is not fulfilled by someone’s apology for our past experience, or by someone’s acceptance of what our minds think is true.
For all of us, this moment of ‘now’ is everything. The moment we accept as we are in this ‘now,’ the world begins to change and expand.
After all, memory may be there for ourselves to accept as we are.
In other words, even though the sealing of a memory keeps a person in the past and unable to live in the ‘now,’ but it can continue to hold for us the opportunity to transcend what we have interpreted, in the form of ‘memory,’ and it means that we can be achieved when we have the presence of mind to accept what is true for us.
And so the miracles continue to happen. Once the ‘memory’ is completely let go of its interpretation and accepted as fact by the person, it changes into something else entirely, even changing the person’s life itself.
Therefore, a memory does not represent a particular experience, but is a tool that we use to give ourselves the opportunity for a deeper experience, as often as our true nature longs.
Can you see?
Everyone is capable of transcending them through our own experiences, through the release of our interpretation of the experiences in our memories, at any time, in this moment of ‘now.’
It is possible to transcend them because of that experience.
This possibility of being able to transcend them, this opportunity, is what we always have in everyone’s hands right now.🙏🌈✨
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