The Long Breath of Centeredness - an extraordinary article by a woman from the future
In 1959 I was a Buddhist monk in Tibet. I was part of the rebellion against the Chinese, raiding and dishonoring our temples. I was captured by a Chinese soldier and brought to a facility. I met my demise there in torture and pain. Not giving off where we had sent our highest teacher.
In this work, remembering, we have had many lifetimes of pain and horror. We often ask, have someone made us forget? Do we choose to go into this life forgetting? Or was it done to us.
We often hear that the full bleed-through of all of our memories will scatter us. When I have talked to the different races, which have popped into my field for various reasons and purposes, I always ask them why they not just make me remember and they always answer; because it will scatter you.
The fact is. This life and all that I have experienced, in my attempt to remember, is that activation is very painful.
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