Tuesday, July 12, 2016

The Conversation About the Effects of Childhood Repression Needs to Start Happening in the Stage of the World

Sylvie Imelda Shene shared a memory — with Adrienne Silverman.

Sylvie Imelda Shene Wow, it has been two years already since I published my book!

Martine Belliard: And on that day, life as you knew it was over as well as the lives of every soul who dared reading it and are forever transformed. Thanks to you and Ed Sweet for daring. Congratulations! Life carries on...

Sylvie Imelda Shene Thank you for your lovely comment, Martine. This book would never have been possible without Ed Sweet's daring to work with me and his writing expertise. It’s not because it’s my book, but it’s an urgency the world pays attention to my book together with Alice Miller’s books, and the conversation about the effects of childhood repression in our society begins to happen in the stage of the world, if we want to save ourselves and humanity from falling off the cliff and committing mass suicide. Everyone is trying to change the world at the surface, especially like so many people using the political machine and religion to manipulate the masses, making things worse in the long run, and no one wants to look at the root causes of how we got here?! Into this messed up world! It’s very frustrating because trying to change the world at the surface, no matter what people do, the changes will always just be superficial and temporary.
These words by Alice Miller that I quote in my book could not be truer:
“It is not true that evil, destructiveness,
and perversion inevitably form part of
human existence, no matter how often this
is maintained. But it is true that we are
daily producing more evil and, with it, an
ocean of suffering for millions that is
absolutely avoidable. When one day the
ignorance arising from childhood
repression is eliminated and humanity
has awakened, an end can be put to the
production of evil.”
— Alice Miller, Banished Knowledge, p. 143

If you like to read more about my experience with a mob of sociopaths also read my blog post Experienced Knowledge