You are way more resilient than the average bear. Here's how we know ...
You survived med school and residency!
You are Still Here !
I use the word "survive" in that sentence very deliberately. If you look at the experience of Medical School and Residency from a pure energy perspective - think "The Force" in the Star Wars movies - your medical education was an exercise in SURVIVAL at that level.
Sure you learned a whole new vocabulary, a problem focused diagnostic skill set and how to recognize and treat most of the diseases in your specialty ... but all of that was predicated on your survival.
And medical education is the energetic equivalent of waterboarding. We are all deliberately pushed beyond our limits - until your energy levels are way below zero. If you falter, you are let go.
The programming we absorb in our education is one of the main reasons doctors burn out so often in the first place.
And this has nothing to do with resilience.