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Title: Our life’s work it is to recover our child within.
Author: Fraser Trevor
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Our life’s work  it is to recover our child within.  As we awaken from the child’s nightmare of despair we begin enlightened living.  A...
Our life’s work  it is to recover our child within.  As we awaken from the child’s nightmare of despair we begin enlightened living.  As we heal the crippling trauma of the past we become free to develop our gifts—without fear of inner censorship.  Living and working authentically, we discover our life’s true meaning and make an original contribution to the world through our daily existence and labor.  We help others see the way, and we help life evolve further into consciousness.  This is our true recovery.
In becoming recovered, we must work to know our story and its implications.  We must toil in the fields of past feelings and trauma.  As members of a traumatised species, we all must face the fact that our past is troubled, filled with brambles, weeds, and disappointment.  When we struggle to root out the secrets of our painful history, we free our vitality and our garden grows.  Our dreams of artful, purposeful living become a reality.
With conscious living, our work shifts from survival and drudgery to vocation.  We develop our talents and gifts from the point of view of a life’s mission.  We sing, we dance, we write.  We become scientists, healers—and visionaries.  We no longer beg sustenance from life as an indigent child.  We strive to contribute to life from the surplus of an awakened adult.  Famine is over—the harvest is abundant.
As we become more awakened, we view the unconsciousness of others with compassion.  It was only yesterday that we were lost in our own nightmare of despair and our work seemed only to keep the wolf from the door and our pain at bay.
When we approach life awakened, our daily labor, even a routine chore, transcends its specific form.  Now every task expands our recovery—for we are conscious.  The example of a recovered person affects all who come near him or her.  The fruits of our labor as the recovered bring humanity closer to its consonance with truth.

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