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    • I feel like I'm a rabbit and people keep tossing carrots at me so I get closer and closer and then they are going to trap me under a basket and eat me.    So I hide in my rabbit hole. Not anymore though it's unhealthy
    • Or are you talking about belief?
    • I have poor boundaries and a bunch of walls with people just cause I care what people think about me and I hate when they don't know me or think I'm someone else. My boundaries are poor cause I crave connection and looking like an idiot of self conscious or stupid. What is the context though? lol
    • Walls and Boundaries If you want to really connect deeply, you have to let the walls down.  We all have fears.  Fears keep us safe but they also lock us away behind walls. But if you really want to feel something... if you really want to connect deeply, you have to lean into vulnerability and let the walls down.   On the other hand, boundaries are actually a good thing.  We need to respect other people’s boundaries and we also need to respect our own boundaries.  If nobody respects anyone else’s boundaries and we don’t respect our own then we can’t trust each other. I am finding this to be a difficult distinction: walls vs. boundaries.  I am thinking that a wall is based in a fear or a bad habit that we would really rather push past.  And a boundary is based in knowledge of what is actually good for us in the long run. Brene Brown says that the most vulnerable people are also the people who have clear boundaries. I would appreciate your thoughts about walls and boundaries.
    • Thank you for your thoughts!  You have a very good point about psychology and its limitations. Psychology is a science, and science always lags behind. For example, even if it's obvious that the Completion Process heals people, science won't accept it until it has been proven by a proper scientific study and even then, people can just ignore studies that don't fit their current paradigm. So thank you, your comment has made me think this further. There must be a million ways to help people and one should not get stuck with the most obvious and conventional options. I completely forgot about the point of unity! Thank you for this reminder  And it's also a good point that belief has great power in one's experience.    If anyone has personal experiences about how they used their pain to help others and thus, further heal themselves, I am sure those would be great stories to hear!  No matter how big or small these acts of helping are or were!
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