This was really powerful! I've carried this memory with me for 64 years. It involves a near-collision with a logging truck when I was three. I've always thought that terror was the main feeling from that event. It still impacts me today at times when I'm a passenger in a car. But the brief journaling that I just did uncovered so many more layers of feelings beyond terror: Helpless. Vulnerable. Unsafe. Unprotected. Untrusting. Fear of abandonment. Anger. Fear of other's anger. No control and a strong need to control my own body and surroundings. I was surprised and impressed to see so much emerge from this small bit of journaling.