We are all traumatized by life, aren’t we? Whether it`s from unprocessed pain, hidden emotions, or some wrongdoings… Regardless of the source, we are all traumatized in one way or another.
What thing you should be aware of is that whatever happened to you was not your fault. It was something that you didn’t deserve, something you didn’t ask for.
Don’t blame yourself for your trauma. You don’t deserve to be traumatized. Nobody does!
No one asks for trauma.
Trauma comes to us against our own will. We are only victims of the rage of another person.
Sometimes, we traumatize ourselves by keeping our emotions a secret due to feel. This is bad, because emotions are extremely powerful, so keeping them in check can be quite draining task. Other times, the harshness of life can traumatize us. Consequently, we find ourselves on a path of sadness and failure. Very often, we aren’t even conscious of the cause of our trauma, but we still cannot forget about it and let go.
The truth is, we are not to be blamed for our trauma, but we are the responsible for our own healing.
Healing is our own burden. It is something that we do on or own. Okay, we have been hurt and the pain has wounded us, but it is our burden to take care of our wounds and heal them.
We are the only ones responsible for our healing as nobody will come and save us from our misery. Nobody can heal our wounded hearts if we ourselves aren’t prepared for it. The most important thing when it comes to healing is that it comes from within first!
We are the only ones who possess the power to heal ourselves from trauma.
Did you know that our inner healing power is extremely strong? If we use it correctly, we will begin to experience our surroundings differently, in a completely new light.
We will become more loving, meaningful, and much happier. Why? Because by healing we leave our bad version behind and replace it with a stronger and more enriched version of ourselves.
Needless to say, we will be hurt again in the future. After all, this is an inseparable part of life and it cannot be avoided. But the way we deal with the pain is completely in our own control. No one can come to rescue us.