If you do not take responsibility for consciously becoming aware of your shadow traits, you will find them projected onto others (of the same sex) in your environment. You may feel an irrational instinctive hatred for virtual strangers-The Modern Alchemist: A Guide to Personal Transformation
©1994 by Richard and Iona Miller
This is a great bit taken from the material I’ve been reading. I understand this as, once you realize you are dealing with your own depression and the shadow side of yourself. Your real and true dark side. The dark thoughts that haunt you. The unethical and immoral actions you have taken that disturb you at your core. We then project that on to others, that we may externalize our fears and regrets. What I am studying now is how to reconcile my dark and light sides. Finding the balance. Depolarizing myself. Working to break the paradigms I have created throughout life. I called it decompartmentalizing each chapter of life based on age, location, job, and current music habits. I spoke some time ago about linking music to memories. I did this to guard myself. So I could just stop listening to types of music in order to forget.
I believe that we could, as a whole species, embrace the thought process in order to move past the current state of discontent we feel towards one another. Look within ourselves to see why we have issues with things like race, sex, gender, religion, or income status. Like I have said before, if a person’s individual actions don’t directly effect you or those you protect, then it should not concern you. The pigment in skin does nothing to you. Their chromosome pattern does not affect you. The side of their internal polarity towards masculine or feminine does not cause you ill. And so and so forth.
As I work towards the healing of myself, I enjoy sharing. Secretly I hope that someone reading this is positively motivated by it. Like so many of my fellow blogger’s work has come to me when I needed it. Thanks for reading today. Peace to you and yours.