I was intrigued as I recently reviewed a group of people who lived thousands of years ago and were in slavery to a ruthless task master. When this group of people finally achieved freedom, they were distressed by it and wanted to return to their captivity. One would think that they would have embraced and rejoiced in their new-found sovereignty, but it appears that the choice for them was never between slavery and liberty; instead it was between slavery and the unknown. They knew how to suffer. They had been doing it for a long time. They didn’t know how to be free. Likewise for us, the unknown sends us running back into the clutches of our old, but familiar, bondage. We are willing to cling to behaviors that are small and hurtful because we don’t want to face the unknown.
The problem occurs from the fact that we are unable to follow and magnify the goodness in us when we remain enslaved by our inner oppressions. So what are we to do? What if we want to stop suffering? How are we to know how to be free?
I believe, and have seen over and over again in my own life and in my practice, that the answers are always innate, and simple. They already reside in us. Our soul, if we listen to it carefully, can guide us to liberty. It knows with an innate knowing how to be free. That is why we find dissatisfaction with slavery. But we must be willing to traverse the unknown. The irony is that it really isn’t unknown to that deepest, truest part of ourselves.
What if there was a way to access that deepest, truest part of ourselves and create the possibility of a new dance, with oneself and with life? I have learned a new healing modality under the umbrella of Kinesiology. It is called Integrated Healing. It is simple and easy and profound. It relies on accessing that place of innate knowing in a person, and trusting it implicitly, to know the key to freedom and to set it in motion. I am curious as to why one would not at least try this approach and see what it can do for them. It takes about 45 minutes. Call me at 801.599.2253 and see for yourself if it is a viable avenue to liberty.