We are all entitled to love. we have no control over how it comes to us, however. Being possessive or controlling of others is not a justified way to seek out the love we’re entitled to. The root of possessiveness and control is the sense that we are entitled to love and we know we are not getting it — possessiveness and control is a misguided attempt to get what we sense is possible and inherently ours. It remains violent to impose our lack on others. This is what is happening everywhere. As we come to realize our own desperation and lack of connection we can stop trying to control those around us who are equally unable to get what they need. The love is there. Our bodies need to calm down and allow what is always there already. That is everyone’s task. To learn to calm the nervous system and be at peace. It must become societies main goal that we support everyone in learning to do that. The problem with those in socially sanctioned positions of “healing” is that most of them are still bleeding from the jugular themselves while claiming to help their “clients,” “patients” etc. Human beings, first and foremost are peers. There is no hierarchy in a just society. Let us find love. Let us find one another.
AND yes, I could use some compensation for the many 100s of hours I’ve worked with folks over the years. Working like we do and not getting any sort of compensation that I might live more comfortably in the face of continued challenges continues to teach us what we’ve learned from psychiatry. We must not be worth it. Let’s change that patterning. If I helped you or a loved one out, please help me back now. thank you.
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