If a very young child said to you, “There is something wrong with me. I need to be fixed”
it is likely you would see that the child is mistaken. You would see that it is only
the child’s understanding that needs ‘to be fixed’ – not the actual child.
Why is it then that when we 'mature'
we become so darn convinced
that it is who we actually are that needs to be healed?
What Really Needs to be Healed?
What We Are or Our Understanding of What We Are?
And what profound implications there are if it is in fact
solely our understanding of what we are that needs to be healed - not what we are!
It is all very simple. Instead of seeing things imagined, learn to see them as they are. When you can see everything as it is, you will also see yourself as you are. It is like cleansing a mirror. The same mirror that shows you the world as it is, will also show you your own face."