we respond with resentment. Resentment in turn throws us into a daydream condition and it is hard to get out. Daily pressures arouse emotions that program our subconscious and allow other peopleâ€™s wills and beliefs to interrupt our lives. We find ourselves pleasing others, being confused, not knowing what is imaginary and what is real, not living our own lives or being ourselves.
Most likely your problems began with cruelty or injustice directed at either yourself or others. A cruel, overwhelming, impatient parent, teacher, minister or other significant adult shut you down, or drove you into rebellion. That person made you out to be the problem, possibly giving you a label such as â€œbad girl,â€ â€œbad boy,â€ â€œspoiled,â€ â€œmentally ill,â€ â€œviolent and unmanageable child,â€ â€œjuvenile delinquent,â€ or â€œincorrigible,â€ and sent you off to your room or elsewhere for appropriate â€œtreatmentâ€ or â€œpunishment.â€ More often than not, the experience trapped you more resentfully into deeper levels of unconsciousness.
Since parents or governments pay bills and decide which doctors, psychologists, counselors, ministers, teachers or law enforcement personnel they will consult, those sought out to treat or punish you have something of a conflict of interest that makes it hard for them to see and face the possibility that the parent may actually be the problem. They tend to treat you as the parent or government wants you treatedâ€”that is, as the problem, even when you really are not. Injustice inflicted on others, especially in your home or school, but even in a movie or news telecast, can have exactly the same effect. Due to a little-known susceptibility that we all tend to have from birth,