Summary of Clase 6 Herida de Injusticia

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This video discusses how people who are rigid and inflexible in their thinking often experience pain, as they are not able to express their emotions freely. It also talks about how this type of personality can lead to problems in relationships, as people may become focused on the opposite sex or sex in general, rather than on their partner's feelings.

  • 00:00:00 This video shows students from a sixth-grade class discussing their experience with the last class of this school year, which focused on healing childhood injuries. They mention that it is usually good to have classes like this every week, and that they will use the remaining days of December to their fullest advantage.
  • 00:05:00 In this video, we discuss the wound of injustice, which can be very hard to see. We talk about the pain and difficulty of life when this wound denies us our rights to happiness, spontaneity, and diversification. For some people, this wound can be even harder to deal with, as it can keep us constantly in duty mode or keep us from being free. It is wonderful to see people beginning to understand and deal with their wounds, which are often a response to the experiences and emotions we have in life. As a therapist, I am grateful to see people coming to realize that their personality is not perfect, but is instead imperfect and based on their experiences.
  • 00:10:00 The video discusses the fifth wound of injustice, which is when a person feels unappreciated or not respected in their just rights. It talks about how this wound can come about when we become more aware of our surroundings. The speaker then goes on to talk about the justice system, which is the recognition and respect of rights and the merits of each person. Finally, the speaker shares that this is a great way to understand the word "justice."
  • 00:15:00 In this video, Margarita, a student, talks about the emotional pain that can come with experiencing injustice. Margarita shares that this pain is often expressed as anger, and that we can use this anger to protect ourselves from the things that we perceive as unjust. Margarita also mentions that, although anger is an emotion that we will frequently experience, it will be one of the emotions with which we connect less often. The final message of the video is that we should use our anger to protect ourselves from the negative emotions of grief, guilt, and sadness.
  • 00:20:00 The video discusses how children can develop feelings of injustice in childhood, which can lead to vulnerability and insecurity. For example, we saw this in the previous slide. Children who are marginalized, such as those with disabilities, poverty, abuse, or experience of powerlessness often experience further injustice in life. This can lead to severe problems with authority figures, including parents, bosses, teachers, and military commanders. This life always leads to a subordination or a power relationship between parents and their children, with the child usually being the weaker party. These parents are often cold, perfectionistic, and persecutors of errors. As a result, the child develops a rigid, severe, and perfectionistic personality that covers up the pain from the earlier wound of rejection. We will see many similarities between the wounds of rejection and injustice. There are people who have a deep wound of rejection that is very visible and who are very associated with their emotions. They are able to see themselves in this wound and they can also be seen as people who abandon themselves. However, when this wound is very painful, people tend to generate a life of injustice in order to cover it up. They then go the opposite way, becoming competitive and successful. These people are often very successful in hiding their
  • 00:25:00 Luis Miguel Fríos' song, "Peligrosos como el Viento," talks about dangerous things like rejection and then we'll see many similar characteristics to the wound of rejection. All children have rights, but they don't have the right to do these things. The song's lyrics talk about how children have the right to be themselves, to play, to be creative, and to mess up. The theme of this song is that when parents are like very strict and perfectionistic, they're not allowing their children to be themselves and they're not letting them explore. This can result in children not being able to learn and grow, and eventually become parents who are very strict and stop letting their children do things freely.
  • 00:30:00 The video discusses how people can be rigid and fixed in their thinking and how this can lead to problems. It talks about how people can be too perfectionistic and how this can often lead to them being strict and square in their views. It also mentions that not all rigid people are like this, some are actually flexible and able to change and adapt to new ideas. If you consider yourself to always have the right opinion, you are rigid.
  • 00:35:00 The video discusses how people with a personality characterized by rigidity (being inflexible, having a stiff body, and being very precise in terms of words and movements) often experience pain, or at least feel it strongly, because they are not able to express their emotions freely. There are four key features of this personality type: strong jaw, stiff neck, straight back, and narrow waist. People with this personality type are usually very proud of themselves, and their eyes often have a bright and lively look. They also tend to speak in short, concise sentences and use very specific words in their everyday conversations.
  • 00:40:00 Injustice can cause physical and emotional injuries, and can lead to feelings of rejection, betrayal, and anger. This video discusses the concept of "herida de injusticia," which refers to the emotional injuries that can result from various forms of injustice. Two types of bodies – those who suffer from injustice and those who perpetuate it – share some similarities, such as the fact that they both have a physical presence. The speaker compares their own experience of injustice to that of Steve Jobs, a successful businessperson who was known for his laid-back appearance. The speaker says that one of the main emotional injuries that people suffer is rejection, and that this is often the result of a conflict with one's personal control. The speaker goes on to say that, in addition to rejecting others, people often develop a sense of injustice towards themselves. This leads to feelings of anger and resentment, and can eventually consume one's entire life.
  • 00:45:00 The wound that manifests itself is the wound of abandonment to the person I am going to blame. The wound of abandonment is activated with the father of the opposite sex. Then, if abandonment measures are taken, the person I am going to blame more would be the male. I need to say this clearly because all men I am because all men those who I am because you can't be faithful and then, if I have developed my own of betrayal to the person I am going to want to control It will be him and then, but then revisiting the second at every moment and I will want him to tell me where he is and with who he is now because a arrival has embarked but I am giving many many signs for them to understand which is the wound I have signed which are the wounds. So, I am aware that, mainly, it activates in many situations of my life the wound of rejection because the first thing I try to do is compete. The first thing I try to do is compete, not the first thing I try to do is compete. The first thing I try to do is show
  • 00:50:00 The author discusses how, due to certain personality traits, individuals can often be inflexible and unable to take breaks or days off, leading to health problems. He goes on to say that, unfortunately, this type of behavior is often repeated in life, leading to frustrations and stress.
  • 00:55:00 This video covers the negative consequences of being rigid in relationships. It discusses how people who are rigid tend to have difficulties in their relationships, as they become focused on the opposite sex or sex in general, rather than on their partner's feelings. They may also become apathetic to their partner's feelings, and may end up choosing someone who is not compatible with them, in order to appear "perfect" to others.

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The video discusses the class 6 herida de injusticia, or wound of injustice, which is a deep pain that remains unhealed and can cause emotional scars. The speaker encourages viewers to reconnect with their own freedom and their ability to smile, and to progress towards healing the wound gradually. Three people have followed the speaker's teachings and are now in a better place.

  • 01:00:00 The video discusses how people can become too focused on their own achievements and competition, and how this can lead to them suffering from a "herida de injusticia." The video provides examples of how this can happen in different areas of a person's life, and how yoga, dance, and theater classes can be beneficial in helping individuals to overcome this.
  • 01:05:00 The video discusses five different types of injustice, and how each can affect a person's life. It explains that one of the ways to overcome these injustices is to study them and learn how to balance duty and freedom. The video then goes on to discuss how Rossi is dealing with one of these injustices, rechazo, by working hard to reject others.
  • 01:10:00 In this video, six-time world champion rower Paula Radcliffe discusses the wounds of injustice, which she sees as a result of the lack of protection that people experience. She talks about the difficulty of breaking through these barriers and how, as people start to work on healing these wounds, they start to see more progress. Paula then asks people to close their eyes and do a deep breath, letting go of any fears and inhibitions they may have. She then plays music and asks people to let themselves be moved by it. Afterward, she asks a different person to share their wound.
  • 01:15:00 The video is a meditation on the power of imagination, and the ability to let go of anger and resentment in order to be kind to others. It encourages viewers to think about someone who is suffering injustice, and to imagine themselves taking action to help that person. It also emphasizes the importance of smiling and enjoying life, even when things are difficult. Finally, the video asks viewers to imagine themselves being kind to others, and to release any anger or resentment they may have. Practicing this meditation can help to reduce the anger and resentment we feel, and make us more compassionate and forgiving.
  • 01:20:00 The video discusses the class 6 herida de injusticia, or wound of injustice, which is a deep pain that remains unhealed and can cause emotional scars. The speaker encourages viewers to reconnect with their own freedom and their ability to smile, and to progress towards healing the wound gradually. Three people have followed the speaker's teachings and are now in a better place.

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