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Aside from conditions affecting the physical functioning of our body-mind, the greatest restriction to accessing our larger potential is prior learning. Prior learning often consists of overdevelopment of the parts of ourselves that align with parental imperatives and transformation of the unaligned parts of ourselves in some way that makes them seem to disappear. Although the vanquished parts of us can remain silent for decades, they continue to signal us, sometimes faintly, in unexpected ways, often presenting as unwelcome emotions at inconvenient times.