My Being in Time
How my past lives reveal who I still am
Therapist, Supervisor and Mediator
Existential thinking tells us that we are not fixed selves – we are who we are in relation to our
context and to others. We also believe that our past does not cause us to be who we are. It is
our unique response to our past that we carry with us in the present. How we are in the
present plays a part in how we remember our past. In other words, our present co-creates our
past. But does our past also co-create our present?
How do I reconcile my experience that part of me remains fixed and unchanging while
change is happening to me and my world all the time?
I hope to show how my attitude to life is graphically expressed in my past lives and
constantly being played out in the present on many levels while my so-called ‘inner fixed
self’ acts as my loyal connection throughout my life.
What does your past lived experiences tell you about who you already are and how you
interact with others, yourself and the world?
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