Using time travel to heal past wounds

The best way to get answers is by becoming a nonemotional observer who looks for the facts of the experience. Remember, in the past, we did not always have the maturity or expertise to understand the situation.

by Sherry Anshara — 

Have you ever considered what it would be like to time travel? Perhaps you have read the book or seen the film, “The Time Traveler’s Wife” — a provocative story about going back in time to change what has already happened.

So how preposterous is this concept? If we look at it from a nonemotional point-of-view, perhaps going back to the past could be the greatest self-teaching tool we have.

Think about it — we go back through time every day, especially when an old friend calls or a current-day experience triggers a memory of the past. Often, when these memories come up, we wonder, Why did I do that or what was I thinking at the time?

The best way to get answers is by becoming a nonemotional observer who looks for the facts of the experience. Remember, in the past, we did not always have the maturity or expertise to understand the situation. We did not always have all the facts or necessarily know what was happening emotionally or mentally with the other person involved. In a nutshell, we did not always have the education or wisdom to understand what was happening during a particular situation.

As a child, without the knowledge or the language to express yourself, you very well could have felt powerless in a situation. This feeling of powerlessness may still be part of your everyday consciousness — whether you are aware of it or not. By time traveling back through your history as a nonemotional observer and by sticking strictly to the facts, you can see others’ roles in your experience, as well as your own. You may not like what you see, but you will gain valuable knowledge from this experience.

Once you begin to do this, you can reclaim your power and heal the painful past. It does not mean what happened did not hurt or harm you physically, emotionally, mentally or spiritually, but it does mean that you can acknowledge the experiences, learn from them and let them go as best as possible. Release the times that brought you sadness and regret, but also remember that every one of your experiences has helped make you who you are today.

The wondrous thing about time traveling through your own personal journey is that you get to choose which experiences to keep and which to release. This will enable you to live more fully in the moment and appreciate the good times of both the past and present.

 

Sherry Anshara is a medical intuitive, author, founder of the QuantumPathic Center of Consciousness, creator of the QuantumPathic Energy Method and founder of the Blended Healthcare Consortium in Scottsdale, Ariz. She hosts the Conscious Healing radio show 5 p.m. PST Wednesdays on achieveradio.com. www.quantumpathic.com, 480-609-0874 or sherryanshara@quantumpathic.com.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 29, Number 3, June/July 2010.

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