Solitaire resolved

 I just now experienced something sweet. I was playing patience on the PC for umpteenth time, and for the first time became aware of a child part that was afraid. I asked that part that was obsessive with the Solitaire what she was really afraid of. Then I knew: she was terrified of father coming to her in the night and becoming a demon. I told her that COULD not happen again, since I was here now with her. She was very surprised, but we talked for a while and then she could notice me. I told her he COULD not come close anymore since my presence prevented him – I would shine him away.
 
Then she came close to me and the crying broke loose. She cried while I invited her up on my lap while I ended the patience /Solitaire (-which of course now was “resolved.”)
 
This is very sweet to me – since the last month has been filled with overeating, biting nails and more sleeplessness than ever, and all the time the old” false identity” has been here – and only NOW do I realize that this was not just a pattern I should deny and choose something else ( God knows I have tried it umpteen times) . No, I was asked to choose to truly embrace HER – that part of my soul that obviously has been split into many soul parts. I have had shamans – excellent ones – fetch soul parts through the last 40 years – and this seems like the main one, which still was frozen in that moment when he came the first time and transformed into demon.
 
Ah. It is SHE who has had all that freeze inside her at night – not “me”
false identity
It feels true and beautiful to write this.
 
A very good friend recently gifted me with a strange virtual playroom where I can do a lot of things – playing Chinese intricate games AND Patience. I thought I was addicted – and it was she who was addicted. She simply would not go to sleep.

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