"Suppose you had no past.
That would be an interesting place to be in.".
Here we're not talking about having a past but not remembering it or
not being able to recall it. Neither are we talking about having a
past but putting it aside or ignoring it. We all have a past. I have
a past. You have a past. When you live in your past (or, spoken with
when you live from your past) you perpetuate the life
lived. Nothing new
If you tell the truth about it, that's not deeply satisfying and
you're not nurtured by it. You're stuck and powerless, a cog in a
cog, a hamster in a wheel, a rat in a race.
But suppose as Werner proposes, just suppose you ...
had ... no ... past ...
For the sake of argument, create the experience of having no past.
Stand in the experience of having no past. What's it like? Having no
past, what choices do you have? Having no past, where are your
Who are you
... having no past?