For the most part, if you’ve held onto memories of childhood trauma, your subconscious mind can create benefits in order to retain these memories. These benefits are created to justify and validate the retention of the traumatic memories.
For instance, let’s imagine that you were sexually abused as a child. As an adult the subconscious mind can create convictions that retaining these memories provides a safety net to protect you from related abuse. So, you hold onto the memories because with them, you feel protected.
For example, every time you come in contact with someone with the likes of your abuser, you immediately put up defense and avoid them with intent to protect yourself from being abused again. Consequently, if you are single, you can stay single for a very long time, or attract partners who abuse you, as a projection of your subconscious memories and beliefs.
However, you also have to remember that you don’t have to hold onto the memories to be protected from future abuse. It’s actually backwards. The more you hold onto these negative memories, the more they project themselves in your experiences. Holding onto these memories manifests into a lot of negative emotions and behavior that overrides the benefits. When you let them go, space is created within you to function from a place of clarity and peace.
With spaciousness, you can create more positive states and intentions that will be projected in your experiences. Note that as within, so with out.
Love and light
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