Every man receives a wound at some stage of his life. What have our wounds got to do with our lives now? Because we don’t talk about our wounds, the conscious mind remains unaware, and these wounds are go on to be deeply ingrained as a subconscious programme in our psyche. As “ascenders”, we might hope to change the world, but we have not taught to examine our “dark side” which run our lives – and by extension, our world – in the first place.
Often the human predicament is that we want to accomplish big goals, and because that’s difficult we end up not doing anything. How does the mind serve as a limitation? Why could 'big' achievements be misleading, and how does it subtract from the process of creation?
The comfort zone is something that makes a lot of us settle for much less than our potential could actually take us... Place yourself on 'death ground', where your back is against the wall and you have to fight like hell to get out alive.
Medicine, broadly defined, is a catalyst for healing our imperfect selves. It could come in a variety of forms such as books, mentorship, guidance from God, or simply through words from a friend. Have we really understood the importance of healing, or have we habitually rejected our personal medicine(s)? How could we best receive it then, to live better?