Understanding childhood wounds

“Our sorrows and wounds are healed only when we touch them with compassion.” ~ Buddha When we begin to recognize that our hurtful actions toward ourselves and others are derived from deep (childhood) wounding, we begin to see that we are not bad people, merely wounded people. We begin to accept that we do hurtful things not out of malice, but because we perceive that we are being hurt, which triggers a response that says we need to protect ourselves and lash out, either in words or deeds. Once we go deeper within, either on our own through meditation, or with the help of a (craniosacral or other) therapist, we can begin to understand such wounding, where it originated and how it triggers

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