The importance of working on strong and apparently isolated issues

 

Sometimes, strong issues – the ones with a lot of charge to them – may seem isolated and triggered only by rare and very specific situations.

That means we may put it further down on our to-do list for what to work on, and we may assume it’s not relevant to issues that may seem more persistent, pervasive, and perhaps central to our life.

In my experience, it can be very helpful to address strong issues even if they seem isolated and rarely triggered. When they are released, our system has more fluidity and freedom in general. And they are sometimes connected to – or support – the more persistent and pervasive issues, even if we at first may not see how. Sometimes, working on one of them is what pulls the foundation out from under the pervasive issue.

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Sometimes, strong issues – the ones with a lot of charge to them – may seem isolated and triggered only by rare and very specific situations.

That means we may put it further down on our to-do list for what to work on, and we may assume it’s not relevant to issues that may seem more persistent, pervasive, and perhaps central to our life.

In my experience, it’s very important to address strong issues even if they seem isolated and rarely triggered. They may well be connected to – and even support – the more persistent and pervasive issues, even if we first may not see how they are or even could be connected. Sometimes, one of them is what pulls the foundation out from under the pervasive issue.

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