Imagine that your life is like a giant chronometer. Visualize a regular clock face that we can use to map out our lives. The parts we are in control of the parts that are as they are, like puberty, growing up and brain development. It has been ticking from the moment you started forming a body.
How to stop suffering your addictions takes a profound look at what we need to do to start healing ourselves at the deepest possible level.
The Peter Pam syndrome describes people who don’t grow up. When they are adults they are still acting like children. This is particularly common in men these days.
You can’t get there from here probably because we have sharpened our intellect to solve all our problems today. Perhaps this is also why we are the most depressed, anxious and addicted generation that have ever lived on the face of the earth.
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-xhq5a-b7a20e Short clips that make us think deeply about why things are the way they are and how we fit in to this infinitely large and wonderful mysterious universe. Icarus the greek fable through to mysteries of the universe that can help us be mindful of what is.