Mirrors and the Child

“What I say and do is a reflection of me; what you say and do is a reflection of you. “


Firstly, if you ponder this thought, and want to improve yourself, it makes you think twice before you speak or act. Secondly it allows you to not take too much offense, and thus not re-act badly when some poor unenlightened soul attacks you unjustly, climbing into what they think is your character; when you can clearly see that the person is in fact mirroring their own sickness.

When I first started attending my Strange Classrooms I found that to look into the mirror and HONESTLY face who you are and what you have become was one of the most difficult things in the world. The only salvation is that before I did this, one of my teachers had taught me that it was possible to change the things that I did not like. Most of the characteristics were “learned behavior” , so logically one can un-learn it and replace it with something of worth. I do believe we were all sweet and innocent children, once, and if we find that child we will have a true reflection of who we really are, not what life’s sometimes bad experiences have taught us to be. That idea lead me to my next Strange Classroom and I went looking for the Inner Child. A lot of useful information is available and I FOUND John Bradshaw’s studies to be interesting.

I make no claim that this is easy; one needs a lot of help and guidance, and has to attended many Strange Classrooms ; with an open mind.

Most people are comfortable in their sickness; and either ignore or justify their hurtful words and actions.

Which path do you choose?

A compilation of my Strange Classrooms is soon to be released, please “Like” and  keep an eye on this page.


Here is a story of developing and breaking an addiction, while dealing with Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome at the same time.



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One Response to “Mirrors and the Child”

  1. Wayne Bisset Says:

    Reblogged this on Section Eight Solutions.

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