ANSWERS: 4
  • The past can either be a resource or a prison, depending on how we relate to it. If you burned your hand on a stove as a child, you might come away unable to go near a stove at all -- that would be a "prisonlike" relationship. If you are able to work with a stove but respect its ability to harm, that would be a "resource-like" relationship (your past lesson is a resource for helping you to be effective and safe at the same time). So the question is whether the lesson is specifically targeted and helps you be more effective, or whether it is vague and prevents you from participating in a particular activity or mode of operation.
  • I would hope that by releasing or burying the demons would be the lesson that was learned. +5
  • probably not much
  • Experience is reality. Demons are hallucinations or fantasy.

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