The sound of breaking the silence

24 02 2014


“The
decisions of our past are the architects of our present.” D. Brown: Inferno.

Have you ever seen the skies draw apart revealing the image you longed to see? Your own oasis in the desert; Your very

personal mirror image.

What do you see?

What do you see?


Have you ever felt sure on what your mission in life will be? Don`t panic if you haven`t. I`m  not certain these experiences are classified under “normal” anyway. I`ll confess I`ve had several strange insights and thoughts through lifeoften after waking up after my eyes have fluttered from  side to side in their world of dreams

After working with EMDRinsights happen even more frequently then before, like a thousand blaring lightbulbs. Sometimes it`s hard to follow my train of thought and ideasbut the most important message is that we still like each other and want to understand even the most confusing things in life. I have learnt so much from these people. For example I`ve realized that sometimes I have to draw my breath and let the ideas I present settle, or I`ll just confuse people even more. I have also tried to learn the art of grounding, and most of the time I manage to live without floating too far from the earth. 

The curious people around me know I`ve been working on something important (to me) the last weeks

What`s in the picture?

True enough, I have put energy into this, but it doesn`t mean that I`ll poured over books too heavy to lift. I`ve lived my life to the fullest while letting my (surprisingly clever) brain do its magic consciously or unconsciously, requiring some practical work every now and then.

Not everyone knowshoweverthat I`ve actually worked for months on what will I`ll reveal as my New Mission in Life tomorrow. 

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I`ve asked myself the same question countless times: Why is life so short? But until I figure that one out, let me continue with what I`ll learnt so far:

“Nothing is more creative… nor destructive.. than a brilliant mind with a purpose.”

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“Denial is a critical part of the human coping mechanism. Without it, we would all wake up terrified every morning about all the ways we could die. Instead, our minds block out our existential fears by focusing on stresses we can handle—like getting to work on time or paying
our taxes.” 
— DanBrown
(I am fond of his books, but not denial) 

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“I’m a fan of the truth… even if it’s painfully hard to accept.” — Dan Brown 
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I also have some bad news that might frustrate some: From tomorrow I`ll password-protect this blog. Some might think “Oh lord! I`ve been waiting for this “revelation” for WEEKS now, and this is what I`ll get in return?” 

If this described your thoughts, I do apologize. I can only assure you that we`ll all get our cherries in the end. 

 

Of course, you can shorten the waiting time by writing an email (forfreepsychology@gmail.com) and the password is yours to keep. 


I won`t say much more now; Some might even have an inkling what my new project will be (I have belief in the fearless conscious and unconscious mind) and tomorrow you`ll know for sure. Until then, we all make our small steps that sooner or later will alter the future of humanity.

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“consider this. It took the earth’s population thousand of years-from the early dawn of man all the way to the early 1800s-to reach one billion people.

Then astoundingly, it took only about a hundred years to double the population to two billion in the 1920s. After that, it took a mere fifty years for the population to double again to four billion in the 1970s. As you can imagine, we’re well on track to reach eight billion very soon.

Just today, the human race added another quarter-billion people to planet Earth. A quarter million. And this happens ever day-rain or shine. Currently every year we are adding the equivalent of the entire country of Germany.” — Dan Brown

Sources:

The man who set all this in motion with his theory 

M. Lukies

I`m not sure I believe in coincidences anymore, especially not after I saw the theme for the weeks DPChallenge. The sound of .. has been my theme, so it feels like faith that the weekly challenge is also my personal challenge in the years to come.





kind in heart

24 02 2014

We all need The sound of voices through the silence

The events in Ukraine has triggered to many of us. We start to think about evil and injustice. If you think too much about that, it`s easy to feel helpless and scared. Completely natural and reasonable, but if we only focus on the bad things, we feel powerless. A dear friend of me lost a friend in Ukraine, and my heart reaches out to her and all the people who lost their lives because they dared to break the silence that many of us worship. Luckily, I know the power of breaking the silence. Like a freeing laugh in a tense situation, speaking up releases a cascade of reactions sorely needed. Put you`r imagination on fire and mentally hug your ability to change things. Who knows, you might be the person who started the chain reaction, leading to a better world for us all.

For people in need of more inspiration to battle helplessness, these pictures and this site might give you the necessary encouragement.

The sound of the second violin | Mirrorgirl

Let us change the world

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The Project

 

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  37. Unsaid | Silver.Boox
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  45. Gray silence | Stories from aside
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  49. DP challenge: silence | shape shifting
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  51. the (not always so) sweet sound of silence | serene interior designs
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  97. Hush me again, I can’t stand it. | May van Reenen
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  100. No Curse | scottishmomus
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The sound of reaching the shore

21 02 2014

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I lie in my bed after a shower. I’ve tried to wash away the day and give
my feverish body energy to fight nasty bacterias who fight their (hopefully) dying battles. Birdy’s wings plays in the background, setting the mood. In two weeks my life will take a different turn. I will not live in the same apartment I’ve stayed in for three years, but move back to my father and then into the apartment me and my boyfriend have bought together. Changes, always changes. Sometimes so many that I’ll have to sit down and think about it all: The last year has been like living inside a bubble of crazy incidents. I’ve been like a manic cat trying to catch birds that fly in all directions. I have enjoyed the roller coaster, and will continue to do so. But sometimes I need rest, like everyone else. That’s when I type these words or let my eyes settle on solid pages that never change. Writing, reading and thinking have been my closest friends for many years, and they will be for many more. I love them as much as I love my exuberant new friends: They always smile, have thousands of dreams and ideas that they manage to follow through. My golden luck ill wear with pride around my neck. I’ll never forget the Chances I’ll been given, and try to give back as much of it as I can.

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The sound of angel wings

14 02 2014

I know heaven must be beautiful right now
Cause they got you, babe

To my friend Niko, who was brought back to heaven October 2013.

I also dedicate this to her true love, continuing the war against stigma on her behalf. Read more about them here

compassionDonate and help her fulfill her wish (to the Kindness project) on : Mirrorgirl: My life as a psychologist. The most of the money will be given to guest writers and to promote the kindness project.

 





Know thy boundaries

13 02 2014
Know thy boundaries

20140117-230334.jpgTonight I flew on the tones of a violin.
A small voice in my head whispered: Know thy boundaries. I had no time to think more about it, since I started to fall towards the ground. I saw it rushing nearer and somehow I knew, I would land safely. As I hit the little square mattress with a thud, my eyes flickered before I opened them again. The air sizzled with magic, so I could barely see anything around me. When the glittering and sparkling stopped, a clear, orange line grew into view. Confused, I tried to open my covered eyes. It was hard to focus, as some of the glitter fell into my eyes. I thought: «God know what they`re hiding in those weak and sunken minds». 


I now saw everything clear. The orange was a long, straight line lying right in front of me. 


On the other side was the waste lands; Barren, hard and dead. The insight hit me like an arrow through the heart: Know thy boundaries. 


I relaxed again, and let the tape play over again in my head. Not everyone lands safe, and not every bridge stands. I know this know, and let the last stones crumble around me as I saw her face hit the ground for one last time. 


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The icy wind lifted me to the land of unknown, keeping me in the air long enough to glimpse what lay below and long enough to know I would either die or live. 

There is a thin line between life or death.
«And if I had to break, I`d be cold as a stone, that turn all those good hearts away»
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If that`s not very nice, than what is?

12 02 2014

Yesterday I put all my energy in a cup. I had a clear image of how the energy looked: Colorful, pulsing and vivid. It sparkled in its entire splendor, barely contained by the cup`s wall. I was happy. Happy that I could do what I wanted, without anyone noticing or scolding me. My total freedom to see and dream and live, threatened to overflow the boundaries of what I thought was possible.  I thought:  So what? If sparkling energy spills over, into the table, out in the environment, is that the worst thing that can happen? Or like Kurt Vonnegut would have said: If this isn`t nice, I don`t know what is.

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Missing Missy

9 02 2014

I am extremely emotional over this and was up all night in tears.

I am not a big fan of cats. I do not hate them, I just have no interest in them whatsoever.

If I visit your house, I do not want to pat your cat,

sit on the couch where it has been or have you make me a sandwich after patting it.

I didn’t want that sandwich anyway.

The Maxwell house coffee was bad enough and when you smelt the milk

to see if it was still ok, despite being a week past its use by date,

I saw your nose touch the carton.

I actually rescued a cat once. I was walking across a bridge, over a river that was in flood, when I heard mewing and saw a frantic cat being pulled along. I picked up a fairly hefty branch and threw it over the rail to where the cat was. I did not see it after that but I am pretty sure it would have climbed on and ridden the branch over the next set of rapids and waterfall to safety.

From: Shannon Walkley
Date: Monday 21 June 2010 9.15am
To: David Thorne
Subject: PosterHi
I opened the screen door yesterday and my cat got out and has been missing since

then so I was wondering if you are not to busy you could make a poster for me.

It has to be A4 and I will photocopy it and put it around my suburb this afternoon.

This is the only photo of her I have she answers to the name Missy and is black and white and about 8 months old.

Missing on Harper street and my phone number.
Thanks Shan.

From: David Thorne
Date: Monday 21 June 2010 9.26am
To: Shannon Walkley
Subject: Re: Poster

Dear Shannon,

That is shocking news. Luckily I was sitting down when I read your email and not half way up a ladder or tree.

How are you holding up?

I am surprised you managed to attend work at all what with thinking about Missy out there cold,

frightened and alone..

. possibly lying on the side of the road, her back legs squashed by a vehicle,

calling out “Shannon, where are you?”

Although I have two clients expecting completed work this afternoon, I will, of course, drop everything and do whatever it takes to facilitate the speedy return of Missy.

Regards, David.

From: Shannon Walkley
Date: Monday 21 June 2010 9.37am
To: David Thorne
Subject: Re: Re: Poster

yeah ok thanks. I know you dont like cats but I am really worried about mine.

I have to leave at 1pm today.

From: David Thorne
Date: Monday 21 June 2010 10.17am
To: Shannon Walkley
Subject: Re: Re: Re: Poster

Dear Shannon,

I never said I don’t like cats. Once, having been invited to a party,

I went clothes shopping beforehand and bought a pair of expensive G-Star boots.

They were two sizes too small but I wanted them so badly I figured I

could just wear them without socks and cut my toenails very short.

As the party was only a few blocks from my place, I decided to walk.

After the first block, I lost all feeling in my feet.

Arriving at the party, I stumbled into a guy named Steven

, spilling Malibu & coke onto his white Wham ‘Choose Life’ t-shirt, and he punched me.

An hour or so after the incident, Steven sat down in a chair already occupied by a cat.

The surprised cat clawed and snarled causing Steven to leap out of the chair,

slip on a rug and strike his forehead onto the corner of a speaker;

resulting in a two inch open gash.

In its shock, the cat also defecated, leaving Steven with

a wet brown stain down the back of his beige cargo pants. I liked that cat.

Attached poster as requested.

Regards, David.

From: Shannon Walkley
Date: Monday 21 June 2010 10.24am
To: David Thorne
Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Poster

yeah thats not what I was looking for at all.

it looks like a movie and how come the photo of Missy is so small?

From: David Thorne
Date: Monday 21 June 2010 10.28am
To: Shannon Walkley
Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Poster

Dear Shannon,

It’s a design thing. The cat is lost in the negative space.

Regards, David.

From: Shannon Walkley
Date: Monday 21 June 2010 10.33am
To: David Thorne
Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Poster

Thats just stupid. Can you do it properly please? I am extremely emotional

over this and was up all night in tears. you seem to think it is funny.

Can you make the photo bigger please and fix the text and do it in colour please. Thanks.

From: David Thorne
Date: Monday 21 June 2010 10.46am
To: Shannon Walkley
Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Poster

Dear Shannon,

Having worked with designers for a few years now,

I would have assumed you understood, despite our vague suggestions otherwise,

we do not welcome constructive criticism.

I don’t come downstairs and tell you how to send text messages,

log onto Facebook and look out of the window.

I am willing to overlook this faux pas due to you no doubt being preoccupied

with thoughts of Missy attempting to make her way home across busy intersections o

r being trapped in a drain as it slowly fills with water

I spent three days down a well once but that was just for fun.

I have amended and attached the poster as per your instructions.

Regards, David.

From: Shannon Walkley
Date: Monday 21 June 2010 10.59am
To: David Thorne
Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Poster

This is worse than the other one. can you make it so it shows the whole photo

of Missy and delete the stupid text that says missing missy off it?

I just want it to say lost.

From: David Thorne
Date: Monday 21 June 2010 11.14am
To: Shannon Walkley
Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Poster

From: Shannon Walkley
Date: Monday 21 June 2010 11.21am
To: David Thorne
Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Poster

yeah can you do the poster or not? I just want a photo and the word

lost and the telephone number and when and where she was lost and her name.

Not like a movie poster or anything stupid. I have to leave early today.

If it was your cat I would help you. Thanks.

From: David Thorne
Date: Monday 21 June 2010 11.32am
To: Shannon Walkley
Subject: Awww

Dear Shannon,

I don’t have a cat. I once agreed to look after a friend’s cat for a week but

after he dropped it off at my apartment and explained the concept of kitty litter,

I kept the cat in a closed cardboard box in the shed and forgot about it.

If I wanted to feed something and clean faeces, I wouldn’t have put my

mother in that home after her stroke. A week later, when my friend came to collect his cat,

I pretended that I was not home and mailed the box to him.

Apparently I failed to put enough stamps on the package and he had to collect

it from the post office and pay eighteen dollars.

He still goes on about that sometimes, people need to learn to let go.

I have attached the amended version of your poster as per your detailed instructions.

Regards, David.

From: Shannon Walkley
Date: Monday 21 June 2010 11.47am
To: David Thorne
Subject: Re: Awww

Thats not my cat. where did you get that picture from?

That cat is orange. I gave you a photo of my cat.

From: David Thorne
Date: Monday 21 June 2010 11.58am
To: Shannon Walkley
Subject: Re: Re: Awww

I know, but that one is cute.

As Missy has quite possibly met any one of several violent ends,

it is possible you might get a better cat out of this. If anybody calls and says

“I haven’t seen your orange cat but I did find a black and white one with

its hind legs run over by a car, do you want it?”

you can politely decline and save yourself a costly veterinarian bill.

I knew someone who had a basset hound that had its hind legs removed

after an accident and it had to walk around with one of those little buggies with wheels. I

f it had been my dog I would have asked for all its legs to be removed and replaced

with wheels and had a remote control installed. I could charge neighbourhood

kids for rides and enter it in races. If I did the same with a horse I could drive it to work.

I would call it Steven.

Regards, David.

From: Shannon Walkley

Date: Monday 21 June 2010 12.07pm
To: David Thorne
Subject: Re: Re: Re: Awww

Please just use the photo I gave you.

From: David Thorne

Date: Monday 21 June 2010 12.22pm
To: Shannon Walkley
Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Awww

From: Shannon Walkley
Date: Monday 21 June 2010 12.34pm
To: David Thorne
Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Awww

I didnt say there was a reward. I dont have $2000 dollars.

What did you even put that there for?

Apart from that it is perfect can you please remove the reward bit.

Thanks Shan.

From: David Thorne
Date: Monday 21 June 2010 12.42pm
To: Shannon Walkley
Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Awww

From: Shannon Walkley
Date: Monday 21 June 2010 12.51pm
To: David Thorne
Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Awww

Can you just please take the reward bit off altogether? I have to leave in ten minutes

and I still have to make photocopies of it.

From: David Thorne
Date: Monday 21 June 2010 12.56pm
To: Shannon Walkley
Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Awww

From: Shannon Walkley
Date: Monday 21 June 2010 1.03pm
To: David Thorne
Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Awww

Fine. That will have to do.


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