A joyful memory of a day at the beach that makes you smile every time you see the sea. A traffic accident that makes you tense up in fear every time a car passes close by. We absorb these experiences into our being and they become a part of our character, our programming. They determine how we behave in every day life, whether we know it or not.
It is not possible just to let the past go and move on when trauma has left it’s mark. We need to replace the old programming with something new, just like a VHS video tape. Replacing the old experience with a new one limits us to the confines of that new story, even though it may feel better.
At The Art of Undoing we believe that it is better to neutralise the old songs that keep playing in our mind with a sense of quiet presence rather than creating new programming. This place is pure potential and from here we can be whatever we choose in the moment.