Presented by the Complementary Health department of CCM.
For almost the entire evolution of the human race we have communicated by sharing stories. Within these stories we find metaphoric elements. Stories or metaphors shape how we learn, communicate and discover new ways of looking at life.
Through verbal stories that hold symbolic representations, we are able to form new magical associations from ordinary common elements and this changes how we view ourselves and our past experiences. We often get drawn to the mirror of the story as it reflects our own experiences.
A great metaphor weaves its magic and indicates an outcome that allows us to view our own experiences in a new novel way.
Many of us experience unique events in our lives, however most of these are re-occurring stories that other have experienced from the beginning of time.
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