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Re: How do we measure guilt and blame

Posted by goth88 on January 22, 2003 at 15:01:16

In Reply to: Re: How do we measure guilt and blame posted by Rocky on January 22, 2003 at 03:13:02:

I agree with Thinker. And Rocky, you may really need to flagellate yourself. That may be helpful for you. What I am seeing when I read all this, is that you tend to explain the experts view on a given situation ON OCCASION without really paying attention to the content. By the way, what are your credentials? Point being that everyone of us has a different path and there is perhaps in your opinion a collective guilt. That is not my opinion. I have made my amends over the years wherever possible. I am for healing. For all that want it. I don't think that is accomplished when anyone is painted as being a victim without recourse to healing due to unique wounding and inability to get validation regarding their perpetrators. Frankly, I have had enough shit in my life from day one. And I have also known the horrors some have in their past by working with children in psych (no credentials, just studies and work) which are beyond imagination. It does not lessen any individual SG or FGs experience. Regarding the Karmic thing, I would have been angry about that response some months ago. Now, I see things differently. I am sorting things out for myself. I don't need any more leaders to guide my path or approve of my opinions. I don't have to run with the pack to be approved of and fit in due to insecurity or uncertainty regarding the past. I don't need to create any images of me. It's a great freedom. I know for sure that I am not meant to be a diplomat....
Here's to healing for all :)