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Fraser Trevor Fraser Trevor Author
Title: Silence not chatter consistently highlights the traumatic underpinnings of our emotional conflicts – most traumatic dynamics from within our family of origin, and most following repetitive patterns over many generations
Author: Fraser Trevor
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The stages meditation takes place before and after each one of the stages. The silence consistently highlights the traumatic underpinnings...
The stages meditation takes place before and after each one of the stages. The silence consistently highlights the traumatic underpinnings of our emotional conflicts – most traumatic dynamics from within our family of origin, and most following repetitive patterns over many generations. We now take the following as a maxim both for our own journey into recovery healing grieve the traumas, freeing the spirit. The quiet silences develop over time the crazy making language of the past,becomes redundant quelling the urges to retreat into the crazy making world of high drama that is used to control us.




Meditation clears the path helps show us what our real emotional needs are – which makes us less likely to manipulate others, especially those over whom we wield any power, into being there for us. The more we heal in our practice the less we carry a hidden agenda, and we find that this lets people feel safer to be themselves around us in quite meditation. Similarly, we find it safer and more productive and satisfying to be around others who are more consciously in touch with their deep emotional intuitive needs. We find that people who are more in touch with their depths in meditation are less likely to act them out onto us and unconsciously to expect us to be there for them.




Through the inward focus of meditation we become much more immune to the effects of having the world tell us who we are. We have seen this for others who practice meditational practice as well. This is great for the process of autonomy. This also sets a wonderful example for us to quit hogging the airspace in our interpersonal interactions and quit telling others who we think they are. Others on the healing Ten Stage path seem to do fine figuring out who they are for themselves – and we the more we participate in our meditations the more we tend to be respectful (and the more appropriately and efficiently we can mirror our course students).




Through meditation we gain a massive respect for the genius of the unconscious the gateway to our intuitive inner voice. When we see the genius in the part of us that creates our quiet time stills our mind – a part of us that we really cannot take much credit for, because it feels so separated from our “ego” – We start to become really amazed. It also gives us a LOT of motivation to integrate this unconscious side of us as a positive guide! Also, we have less hesitation now in picking out and labelling this same “Intuitive Genius” in other around us, including our newcomers – and what we find when we point it out to them is that deep down they already know it. Deep down we all know we have a buried intuitive genius.




Doing our own meditation can be painful, frustrating, time-consuming – and, slowly but surely, liberating. It gives us headaches sometimes, makes us grieve a lot, makes us realise sick and dysfunctioning sides of ourselves, reminds of things that happened to us and things we’ve done that We’d often rather forget, sometimes makes us afraid to meditate further, and it doesn’t always make it easy for others, especially others who are avoiding going deep into themselves, to get close to us, because the energy and consequences of healing, again, are catching. And yet meditation bolsters our deep optimism like nothing we’ve ever experienced. To us all of this, the good and the bad, is parallel to what students have to go through, and because of meditation we develop a gifted insight and intuition more consistent, fresh with realised empathy for our new students' regarding their projections, resistances, inner torments, struggles, self-hatreds, and self-doubts.


Truth comes from deep within us. Truth pre-dates our traumas and our consciousness, our decorum and our identities. Truth tears through denial and disrespects lies. Truth is the spark of our souls, and the root of our enlightenment. We have to develop space for it to breath life into ourselves our quiet time which is not difficult is where we respectfully grow in our knowledge.

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