The ‘Wilson’ in Our Minds … by Alice B. Clagett ..

Revised; originally published on 1 November 2012

Image: The volleyball with a red face painted on it that is the imaginary ‘Wilson’ character from the movie Castaway: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/f/fb/Wilson_The_Volleyball.jpg ..

  • Creation of Opposing Characters by the Subconscious Mind
  • On Letting Go of Subconscious Skits

Dear Ones,

CREATION OF OPPOSING CHARACTERS BY THE SUBCONSCIOUS MIND

Like Tom Hanks in the movie Castaway, the subconscious mind creates opposing characters. One for every unresolved story … from our youth, our infancy, our many incarnations. Sometimes we find a being to transpose the pattern upon. Sometimes we just create it in our minds. We’re the aggressor, we’re the victim, duking it out just beneath the level of conscious awareness. Again and again, we transpose this pattern onto the scenery of our lives. Till one day, it rises to conscious awareness and resolves itself, as it were, into thin air.

ON LETTING GO OF SUBCONSCIOUS SKITS

The clip below is from the movie Castaway starring Tom Hanks:

Video: “Cast Away (WILLSON!!!),” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z7Rv_7kWfBc ..

I found the scene in Castaway when Tom needs to choose between holding onto his imaginary companion and surviving particularly poignant. When the cast of characters of our subconscious woundings begins to rise to the surface of our awareness, it feels just like this. Like we’re about to die. Like we’ve lost the last tether to safety and sanity.

But when we let go of our subconscious skit, the ancient wounds heal all in an instant, leaving us completely new, unbelievably empowered as creators of New Earth, new life, new hope for all beings.

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars

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