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Michael Meade tells a story about a boy orphaned from his community who must find his way back, a journey that reveals threads of fate and destiny.  Meade suggests that we all have orphaned parts of ourselves that are what we need when we feel lost, disempowered or rejected and are trying to awaken to the dream of our life. He describes how genius hides behind our wounds and how the awakening energies in our life can be found within the rejected aspects of ourselves.  Seen this way, we don’t transform to be another person, we transform by bringing into awareness parts of ourselves that could not be present earlier in our life.


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