My father was a Hungarian Holocaust
survivor. My mother grew up in Nazi Germany. They truly loved us. We were financially well-off and they provided us with a great education. In spite of this, I inherited trauma and limiting behaviors
from them, that came as a result from the circumstances that they experienced in their lives. Now with a deep and direct impact in my own personal life.
In my seminars I explain that, when
we go into the inner recesses of our minds we see that, at our core, we are non-physical entities, and also that we choose our parents as part of our decision to participate in this physical
experience. This is one of the biggest contention points with my audience in my presentations. Not the point about us being non-physival
entities, but the point that we chose our parents. What an irony, isn't it? With all their best intentions and love, the parent-kids relationships are loaded with conflict and resentment. These
conflicts reverberate all the way to the macro-level of our societies. Understand that governments and institutions are ultimately people, people like you and me, who carry all the impacts of their
own personal experiences. Indeed, look at the conflicts that we face as a civilization nowadays.