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Sunday, August 12, 2007


Woundology is a term I first came across in some of the wonderful Caroline Myss books.

In a nutshell, woundology refers to that which we hang on to from our past - our wounds, physical, psychological or emotional, and spiritual in order to use them to stay where we were when we were first wounded. So we talk about them, but we don't get past them. We use our wounds to define who we are. Sometimes we merely need to be confronted with that fact in order to understand how we are standing in our own way, and hence, to be able to move on to healthier and more successful lives, to healthier bodies, and certainly, to healthier and more successful relationships. Living in the solution rather than in the problem is what we might like to strive for.
The first chapter of her book Why People Don't Heal and How They Can was offered by the New York Times in the late 90's when the book first came out. Here is the link: WOUNDOLOGY AND THE HEALING FIRE

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