Heal Your Wounds and Find Your True Self

Lise Bourbeau

(My note: This passage of the book is translated by me from the original Czech version, so there might be some mistakes. The page may not match the original either).

Chapter 1 – Creating injuries and their masks – page 11

“Above all, we should recognize what is good for us and what is not. The only way to achieve this is to become fully aware of the consequences of any experience. Everything we choose or reject, what we do or do not, what we say or not say and even what we think in our minds and what we feel has certain consequences. One wants to live life more and more sensibly. Once one realizes that a certain experience always has unfortunate consequences for him, he should simply learn to accept that he chose it himself (even unconsciously in order to realize that some experiences he doesn’t want) and not to blame anything or anyone. He will understand everything later. 

This is exactly what the experience of a certain experience in acceptance looks like. However, I would like to warn you that if you say in your mind something like: I never want to experience this again, everything will probably happen again. Therefore, in peace, indulge the right to make the same mistake several times, or repeatedly experience an unpleasant experience before you manage to achieve the will and courage necessary for your transformation. Because of the ego that keeps alive false beliefs. We all have many different beliefs that prevent us from being what we want. The more these ways of thinking or opinions harm us, the harder we try to hide them from us. We are even able to convince ourselves that we no longer have them. In order to be able to see them, It is therefore necessary to repeatedly incarnate. Only when our mental, emotional and physical bodies all listen to the God who resides in us then Our soul will be completely happy. Everything a person experiences in non-acceptance, that all accumulate in his soul. And the soul is immortal, she keeps returning to Earth in various human forms, with the knowledge accumulated in her memory. Before we are born, we decide what we want to solve in our future incarnation. Of course, this decision and everything we have experienced in the past is not recorded in our conscious memory, that is, in the memory controlled by the mind. We gradually become aware of our life plan and what we want to solve only during the course of our lives. When I talk about something “unresolved”, I always mean the experience experienced in not accepting ourselves. There is a difference between accepting experience and accepting ourselves. Let’s take the example a young woman rejected by her father, who would rather have a son. In this case, accepting the experience means granting your father the right to desire a son and therefore reject the daughter. For this young woman, accepting herself means accepting the fact that she found her father’s behavior bad and forgiving herself. There must be no judgment left by her or her father, only compassion and understanding for the part of each one who suffers.”