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Thoughts are visitors, who visit the central station of the mind.

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Thinking is usually a mixture of words, sentences, mental images and sensations. Thoughts are visitors, who visit the central station of the mind. They come, stay a while and then disappear making space for other thoughts. Some of these thoughts stay longer, gain power and affect the life of the person thinking them.

It seems that most people let thoughts connected with worries, fears, anger or unhappiness occupy their mind most of the time. They keep engaging their mind with inner conversation about negative situations and actions. This inner conversation eventually affects the subconscious mind, making it accept and take seriously the thoughts and ideas expressed in those inner conversations.

It is of vital importance to be careful of what goes into the subconscious mind. Words and thoughts that are repeated often get stronger by the repetitions, sink into the subconscious mind and affect the behavior, actions and reactions of the person involved.

The subconscious mind regards the words and thoughts that get lodged inside it as expressing and describing a real situation, and therefore endeavors to align the words and thoughts with reality. It works diligently to make these words and thoughts a reality in the life of the person saying or thinking them.

This means that if you often tell yourself that it is difficult or impossible to acquire money, the subconscious mind will accept you words and put obstacles in your way. If you keep saying that you are rich, it will find ways to bring you opportunities and push you towards taking advantage of these opportunities.

The thoughts that you express through your words shape your life. This is often done unconsciously, as few pay attention to their thoughts and the words they use while thinking, and let outside circumstances and situations determine what they think about. In this case there is no freedom. Here the outside world affects the inner world.

If you consciously choose the thoughts, phrases and words that you repeat in your mind, your life will start to change. You will begin creating new situations and circumstances. You will be using the power of affirmations.

Affirmations are sentences that are repeated often during the day, and which sink into the subconscious mind, thereby releasing its enormous power to materialize the intention of the words and phrases in the outside world. This does not mean that every word has the power to make changes. The words have to be said with attention and with feeling, in order to trigger the subconscious mind into action.

Affirmations have to be phrased in positive words in order to be effective. Consider the following two sentences:

1. I am not weak anymore.

2. I am strong and powerful.

Though both sentences seem to say the same thing in different words, the first one is a negative sentence. It creates in the mind a mental image of weakness. This is a wrong wording. The second sentence awakens in the mind a mental image of strength.

It is not enough to say an affirmation a few times, and then expect your life to change. More than this is necessary. It is important to affirm with attention, as well as with strong desire, faith and persistence. It is also important to choose the right affirmation for any specific situation. You need to feel comfortable with it; otherwise the affirmation may not work or may bring you something that you do not want.

Affirmations can be used to strengthen the process of creative visualization, and they can be used on their own. They are of special importance for people who find it difficult to visualize. In this case they are a substitution to creative visualization.

Instead of repeating negative and useless words and phrases in the mind, you can choose positive words and phrases to help you build the life you want. By choosing your thoughts and words you exercise control over your life.

Here are a few affirmations:

*Day by day I am becoming happier and more satisfied.
*With every inhalation I am filling myself with happiness.
*Love is filling my life now.
*The power of the Cosmos is filling my life with love.
*A lot of money is flowing now into my life.
*The power of the Universal Mind is now filling my life with wealth.
*The powerful and vital energy of the Cosmos is flowing and filling my body and mind.
*Healing energy is constantly filling every cell of my body.
*I always stay calm and in control of myself, in every situation and in all circumstances.
*I am having a wonderful, happy and fascinating day.

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By Remez Sasson,
Author of 
Visualize and Achieve

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Posted by on January 19, 2015 in WISDOM

 

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The Miracle Power of Repeated Words and Thoughts.

Information overload, conceptual image

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Thinking is usually a mixture of words, sentences, mental images and sensations. Thoughts are visitors, who visit the central station of the mind. They come, stay a while and then disappear making space for other thoughts. Some of these thoughts stay longer, gain power and affect the life of the person thinking them.

It seems that most people let thoughts connected with worries, fears, anger or unhappiness occupy their mind most of the time. They keep engaging their mind with inner conversation about negative situations and actions. This inner conversation eventually affects the subconscious mind, making it accept and take seriously the thoughts and ideas expressed in those inner conversations.

It is of vital importance to be careful of what goes into the subconscious mind. Words and thoughts that are repeated often get stronger by the repetitions, sink into the subconscious mind and affect the behavior, actions and reactions of the person involved.

The subconscious mind regards the words and thoughts that get lodged inside it as expressing and describing a real situation, and therefore endeavors to align the words and thoughts with reality. It works diligently to make these words and thoughts a reality in the life of the person saying or thinking them.

This means that if you often tell yourself that it is difficult or impossible to acquire money, the subconscious mind will accept you words and put obstacles in your way. If you keep saying that you are rich, it will find ways to bring you opportunities and push you towards taking advantage of these opportunities.

The thoughts that you express through your words shape your life. This is often done unconsciously, as few pay attention to their thoughts and the words they use while thinking, and let outside circumstances and situations determine what they think about. In this case there is no freedom. Here the outside world affects the inner world.

If you consciously choose the thoughts, phrases and words that you repeat in your mind, your life will start to change. You will begin creating new situations and circumstances. You will be using the power of affirmations.

Affirmations are sentences that are repeated often during the day, and which sink into the subconscious mind, thereby releasing its enormous power to materialize the intention of the words and phrases in the outside world. This does not mean that every word has the power to make changes. The words have to be said with attention and with feeling, in order to trigger the subconscious mind into action.

Affirmations have to be phrased in positive words in order to be effective. Consider the following two sentences:

1. I am not weak anymore.

2. I am strong and powerful.

Though both sentences seem to say the same thing in different words, the first one is a negative sentence. It creates in the mind a mental image of weakness. This is a wrong wording. The second sentence awakens in the mind a mental image of strength.

It is not enough to say an affirmation a few times, and then expect your life to change. More than this is necessary. It is important to affirm with attention, as well as with strong desire, faith and persistence. It is also important to choose the right affirmation for any specific situation. You need to feel comfortable with it; otherwise the affirmation may not work or may bring you something that you do not want.

Affirmations can be used to strengthen the process of creative visualization, and they can be used on their own. They are of special importance for people who find it difficult to visualize. In this case they are a substitution to creative visualization.

Instead of repeating negative and useless words and phrases in the mind, you can choose positive words and phrases to help you build the life you want. By choosing your thoughts and words you exercise control over your life.

Here are a few affirmations:

*Day by day I am becoming happier and more satisfied.
*With every inhalation I am filling myself with happiness.
*Love is filling my life now.
*The power of the Cosmos is filling my life with love.
*A lot of money is flowing now into my life.
*The power of the Universal Mind is now filling my life with wealth.
*The powerful and vital energy of the Cosmos is flowing and filling my body and mind.
*Healing energy is constantly filling every cell of my body.
*I always stay calm and in control of myself, in every situation and in all circumstances.
*I am having a wonderful, happy and fascinating day.

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By Remez Sasson,
Author of 
Visualize and Achieve

 
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Posted by on May 7, 2014 in WISDOM

 

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The same fears/worries that haunted your ancestors are now kept alive through you.

 

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 What do you see in the picture? An old or sexy lady?

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You created your world in a gradual manner since early childhood. You were conditioned to view the world through via perceptions that have been passed on to you via your parents and society. They downloaded their fears, dreams and obsessions into your impressionable mind. They implanted what they “learned” (own indoctrination) via their parents into your head. You will or are most probably already busy downloading the same data into your children’s heads as well. The scripts that you write for your plays (dramas) have all the elements embedded in them that your parents and grandparents downloaded as explained above. The same fears and worries that haunted your ancestors are now kept alive through you. It is vital that you understand that you can write fresh, positive, productive, fun scripts for yourself and for those that you allow to participate in your plays. There is no need to sustain (example – religious and political) convictions until you investigated them properly. You are here to experience and to evolve. Stop reshuffling the same old garbage mindsets implanted in you that might have had some validity a long time ago, but failed to evolve as times changed and new information surfaced. Be brave and dare to do what your ancestors deemed impossible.

 

Rene

 

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The same fears and worries that haunted your ancestors are now kept alive through you.

Rene

 
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Posted by on December 23, 2013 in WISDOM

 

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You created your world in a gradual manner since early childhood. You were conditioned to view the world through via perceptions that have been passed on to you via your parents and society.

What do you see in the picture? An old or sexy lady?

You created your world in a gradual manner since early childhood. You were conditioned to view the world through via perceptions that have been passed on to you via your parents and society. They downloaded their fears, dreams and obsessions into your impressionable mind. They implanted what they “learned” (own indoctrination) via their parents into your head. You will or are most probably already busy downloading the same data into your children’s heads as well. The scripts that you write for your plays (dramas) have all the elements embedded in them that your parents and grandparents downloaded as explained above. The same fears and worries that haunted your ancestors are now kept alive through you. It is vital that you understand that you can write fresh, positive, productive, fun scripts for yourself and for those that you allow to participate in your plays. There is no need to sustain (example – religious and political) convictions until you investigated them properly. You are here to experience and to evolve. Stop reshuffling the same old garbage mindsets implanted in you that might have had some validity a long time ago, but failed to evolve as times changed and new information surfaced. Be brave and dare to do what your ancestors deemed impossible.

Rene

  

The same fears and worries that haunted your ancestors are now kept alive through you.

Rene

 
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Posted by on November 6, 2013 in WISDOM

 

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We spoil many wonderful potential moments with our adamant habit of projecting our FEARS into the FUTURE.


We often overlay our current moment with our expectations rooted in fear. We anticipate the future by filtering it through our past experiences. Decide today that you will from now on manage your life ONE MOMENT at a time. Most of the things we fear never come to pass. We spoil many wonderful potential moments with our adamant habit of projecting our FEARS into the FUTURE. All that is real is this current moment. This moment is all you have!

Rene

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Posted by on September 3, 2013 in WISDOM

 

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Neither the future nor the past can ever be dealt with, and they don’t need to be.

Neither the future nor the past can ever be dealt with, and they don’t need to be. You only need to deal with your present-moment thoughts about them.  When you are not having thoughts about those two realms of time, they bear zero relevance to your life.  You can safely let them go and feel free to deal with the living moment at hand.

 

This truth, once I fully understood it, released a huge weight from around my neck.  Life wasn’t crushing and heavy, it was as light as air.  Thin as a photograph.  I was finally able to look into each moment as if it were nothing more than an infinitely detailed and poignant living picture.  I could finally take the moments one at a time, because I understood that there never was more than one.  I could appreciate and observe each one, and know that my whole life lies within it, not just a tiny fraction.  There are no ghastly fears out there, stalking me from somewhere else, waiting to pounce.  If they existed, they’d be right here, in the picture for me to look at with the rest of the scenery.  Moments do hold me captive, and everything else does drop away. But they aren’t few and far between, they’re broadcast live, 24-7.

 

Moments can be observed with clarity, and can be navigated deftly, but our whole lives are just too vast to be managed at all, no matter how strong or organized we become.  The crushing weight of one’s entire past is always too much to bear, as is the frightful spectre of another forty or fifty years rife with dilemmas and tragedies.  It’s far too complex; there are too many contingencies and unknowns.  Surely something in there will overwhelm or destroy us.

 

A human being just can’t deal with that, and often it feels like the best we can do is distract ourselves from it.  But we don’t need to.

 

We just have to recognize that there is no ‘out there’ at all.  Life is in right front of you, all of it, always.  And there isn’t any more to it.

 

by David

http://www.raptitude.com/2009/04/the-most-important-thing-i-ever-learned/

 
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Posted by on September 2, 2013 in WISDOM

 

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This world is a prison woven out of our own thoughts, dreams, fears and desires. Why? In order to blind us to the truth of ourselves.

When the movie The Matrix came out in Easter 1999, millions of viewers responded enthusiastically to the kick-ass special effects and audacious plotting, and expressed their gratitude for what they perceived – rightly – as a superior piece of Hollywood entertainment. A small handful of viewers, however, persons of unorthodox points of view whose ranks nonetheless appear to be steadily expanding with every passing year, found something in the movie besides a mere divertissement. They found a message.

Most of these folk are still in their teens and may have been as young as ten or twelve when they first saw the movie that changed their lives. Many of them probably do too many psychedelics and certainly smoke too much pot, play too many sinister video games, spend too much time alone, and rarely, if ever, read a book. Admittedly, there are some discerning adults who grokked the movie’s ‘message’, but they are definitely in the minority. The greater part of adult viewers, being grown-ups after all, lacked the flexibility, imagination, and perhaps also the disenchantment, necessary to receive the movie at a deeper, all-encompassing level — as ‘truth’. Thousands, maybe millions, of adolescents and teens, however, already predisposed towards the notion that reality is ‘fucked’ beyond all redemption, embraced The Matrix body and soul and swallowed the red pill eagerly, without hesitation or regret. The rest of us, like the movie said, just weren’t ready to be unplugged.

The possibility that everything in the movie might be absolutely and totally true, albeit in a disguised and distorted fashion, was a possibility too tantalizing, too satisfying, too damn rebellious and radical for many youngsters to resist. They took the movie on whole, and adapted their Weltanschauungs accordingly. The Matrix, then, was more than just another sci-fi mind-fuck movie: it was a signal, sent from the real world (the world of Morpheus, Zion, and the Nebuchadnezzar) down into this illusory labyrinth world in which we are all ensnared. It was sent in order to alert us as to the nature of our predicament, and provide us with the necessary clues by which to get out, while there is still time, and make it back to reality.

Such a belief may not be as deranged as it at first appears, nor necessarily a cause for concern on the part of these kids’ parents, already fearing that the gulf between the generations is extending into infinity. These kids may be crazy but they aren’t stupid. They know all about myth and legend, even if they don’t know Pan from Dionysus or Jung from Joseph Campbell. They know about intellectual exercises, or head games as they call them, and they know that all of this is metaphor. They grok instinctively that the message will have lost a great deal of its purity by being filtered down to us through the various media channels – i.e., the matrix – but appreciate that the essence, miraculously, has survived intact. This essence might be reduced to three basic facts or acceptances:

1 This world is a prison, a world woven out of our own thoughts, dreams, fears, and desires, in order to blind us to the truth of ourselves.

2 We are slaves. We have no more say in our choices, our lives and our destinies, than cattle that are herded, or chickens in their coop. We are at the mercy of forces we cannot even begin to comprehend, forces that definitely do not have our welfare at heart.

3 Humanity is a food source, and the world as we know it is simply the elaborate, intricate mechanism by which we are distracted from this fact: the world is a farm, and we are the livestock. All our dreams, then, are dreams of meat, on its way to being eaten.

These three ideas are, like I say, ideas that only the very open-minded or else the extremely disillusioned (or, best of all, both) are willing or able to entertain or assimilate as having any bearing on reality. As such, they are kept within the comfortable confines of fantasy, be it sci-fi books and movies, ancient mythology or a Hollywood action flick. And yet, these ideas are not actually new.

Fig 1: The Red Pill

To varying degrees they are central to systems of human belief extant in most if not all cultures, and pertaining throughout all recorded history. For example, that the world is not what it appears to be is something all religions have insisted upon, something that myths have hinted at, and something that science has finally established in this last century, beyond all reasonable, or even unreasonable, doubt.

That we have no actual say in our decisions, that free will is but our fondest and most violently defended illusion, that we are in truth but a minuscule component of some vast mechanism, some greater working which we can barely even imagine from our present perspective; this likewise has been fed to us by religions, from childhood to old age. Myths make the same argument implicitly: wherever there is God or gods, all human endeavour is inevitably reduced to ignorant folly; at best it is some sort of divine test, at worst no more than amusement for a cold, indifferent Fate. Worse still, modern science, from Darwinism to chaos theory, has presented the same argument, albeit in rational and not mystical terms, substituting concepts such as gravity and sub atomic particles for God and Fate, and so forth.

Which only leaves the third idea.

Neither religion nor science has as yet dared to suggest, in anything but passing, that humanity might exist merely to provide sustenance for some other entities of which we are unaware, that prey upon us just as any species preys upon those below it: for survival. Of course, humanity has always considered itself to be the supreme predator in a predatory universe, to be securely placed at the very top of the food chain. True, certain Gnostic texts refer to God Himself as ‘a man-eater’, but apart from this rather embarrassing slip (and it is for just such ‘slips’ that the Gnostic tests were excised from the Bible proper), it is only in the realms of ancient myth and, most of all, occult lore, that we find any significant parallels to this last, supremely unpleasant idea. But we will come back to that.

My point for now is merely to show how The Matrix brought to a large number of people, in a suitably entertaining, even frivolous and simplistic, fashion, questions that are central to our present predicament as humans, and indeed to the very meaning of what it is to be human. Like all good myths, the movie addresses individual and universal concerns, both real and mundane, and takes them into a more fantastic realm. As a result, despite, or rather because of, their being removed from our everyday frame of reference, these concerns begin to make a new kind of sense to us. The truth dawns, if only for the two hours during which we are transported to an alternate universe, a universe in which nothing is true and, consequently, anything is possible. To put it another way, the frustration, despair and existential panic; the boredom, anxiety, paranoia, loss of identity, sense of unreality; the feeling of being trapped, of being drained of one’s will and energy, of being plotted against, confounded, and blocked at every turn, and, above all, the sense of utter meaninglessness and futility that pervades collective and individual life in the twenty-first century, all begin to make perfect sense within the frame of reference provided by The Matrix.

This is what myths are all about. They aren’t rational explanations of our lives so much as emotional interpretations. They are designed not to explain what’s going on, but rather to account for and shed light upon our feelings about what’s going on. Myths are collective dreams. So, a myth like The Matrix, which suggests that life is a collective dream, is really the ultimate myth-story. It is the myth of humanity itself, a dream within a dream, a myth about a myth, a metaphor for a metaphor. Hence the movie seamlessly fuses science with religion, revealing both to be but alternate, opposing modes of mythology: those of the rational and intuitive modes, or left and right brain respectively. The truth, then, is to be found not through one or the other, but through the correct juxtaposing and balancing of both. If life itself is but a temporary, illusory, and even, finally, arbitrary interpretation of energy, then myths are blueprints by which we might come to understand the mental processes that give rise to a given interpretation. It is not that they are outside reality because they are less than it but, on the contrary, they are outside reality because they are the means by which reality is created. In which case, a movie, being a hologrammatic package within the greater hologram of life itself, might conceivably be a window, or even a doorway, to that reality which lies beyond. It may just be exactly what the geeks and dopers are trying to tell us it is: Truth.

Like all true myths, The Matrix is a journey of individuation, by which the soul, through trial and adversity, purges itself of all that is foreign to it and so comes to experience the totality of itself. This apotheosis of self (in the movie) consists of a form of enlightenment in which the world entire becomes no more than a mirage, a mirage by which the soul is tricked, tested, and challenged. Once Neo is able to ‘read the code’, the game is over; or at least he has moved to the next level. He shakes his head wryly, perhaps a little sadly, and stops the incoming bullets with a lazy wave of his hand, as if to say, ‘No more of that’. By seeing the world as it is he has transformed it from an adversary into an ally, perhaps even a lover: it is subject to his will, to shape as he sees fit. This transcendental climax makes The Matrix, the greatest and most popular action movie ever made, not just a modern myth but a metamyth: a myth about the eternal process by which myths, and humans, are made. It reveals the world itself as a myth, and Man, as both Messiah and Adversary, still torn between the two opposing sides of his nature.

Since so many adolescent, and even older, viewers believe the movie to hold secrets that only they can decipher, secrets of empowerment, enlightenment, and emancipation, it would be rash of us to dismiss this possibility without further investigation. If we credit the dopers, movie nerds, and cyberpunks, the carriers of the coming Zeitgeist, with the discernment to tell a simple sci-fi blockbuster from a genuine revelation, then we owe it to them, and to ourselves, to at least entertain the possibility that The Matrix is something more than just a movie. Since the kids of today seem to prefer to read from a computer screen; since images, or light, are their chosen medium; since action, fantasy, romance, horror, and special effects are the media by which they interpret life, the universe, and everything; and since religion and science, just as much as ancient mythology, are seen as part of the conspiracy to trick us into docile obedience and turn us into livestock, ‘calm as Hindu cows’ (as Fight Club’s Tyler Durden has it), then the only place left to seek meaning is in movies and other popular media. Twenty-five years ago, punk rock gave the kids something to believe in and to practise; it served the same or similar purpose as religion would if religion wasn’t something that had been forever delegated to the ranks of the damned as ‘uncool,’ by these same kids. Today, young people become more eclectic with every passing nanosecond, and take their inspiration and guidance wherever they can. Movies are the ultimate art form, and a movie like The Matrixcombines punk sensibility with philosophical insights, kung fu mysticism, conspiracy theory, occultism, mass destruction chic, psychedelic dream imagery and effects, paranoid awareness, and, last but not least, a messianic message of redemption. As such, it is now, for younger generations at least, the holy book of our times. And so I will treat it as exactly that. The following is an exegesis.

Maybe the movie is the myth of our time. An ingeniously designed blueprint, a map by which (if followed diligently and relentlessly enough) we may, like Thomas, find the ultimate truth about ourselves. In which case, we’d be fools not to give it a try. For, as the last great myth of our time (Christianity) had it, ‘The truth shall make ye free.’ And freedom is what it’s all about. You don’t have to be a cyberpunk to know that.

Jake Horsley, August 2002

http://www.universe-people.com/english/svetelna_knihovna/htm/en/en_kniha_matrix_warrior.htm#1

 
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Posted by on August 20, 2013 in WISDOM

 

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Your programmers (parents, teachers, society) simply downloaded their own perceptions, fears and aspirations, into your receptive mental computer.

You arrived on this plane with a clean “mental hard drive”. You became a “learning machine” soon after your arrival. You were gradually programmed with millions of labels. They started by giving stuff name tags. They taught you how to identify stuff like trees, birds, your nose, your father and mother and the rest of the family. You were also conditioned how to identify facial expressions and the tone of voice of those that you came in contact with. You soon realised that certain of your actions for example made your parents happy while other things you got up to caused them to get upset with you. The most important stage of your programming came when you were taught what your parents, teachers and church deem as acceptable or unacceptable, good or evil, right or wrong etc. You were programmed to see the world of opposites. You were made to feel acceptable and loved when you toed the line and guilty when you fell short of expectations.

You soon accepted that you are your body with its programs. This is how the endless struggle to achieve “perfection” started for you. This struggle will continue until your final day. It is impossible for anyone to relentlessly achieve the positive expectations that you were programmed with. This is how you were trapped on the treadmill of life. You will never be able to sustain the expectations that your programmers captured on your mental hard drive. Read the above again and you will notice that not a single one of those that so enthusiastically uploaded your various programs could sustain the abnormal and impossible expectations that they fixed in your head. The tragedy is that most of the programs fixed in your sub-conscious mind were based on lies, perceptions and myths. Your programmers simply downloaded their own perceptions, fears and aspirations, into your receptive mental computer.

Rene

 
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Posted by on April 25, 2013 in WISDOM

 

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Your specific fears will determine which people and circumstances you draw into your life.

 

 

The Fear to Surrender or Trust

 

The third universal fear, according to Braden (1997), is the fear to trust and surrender. We have all had our share of unpleasant experiences. When several people have disappointed, failed to keep their promises or betrayed you, you are likely to believe that the world is not a safe place. Very few of us exhibit enough faith to trust in the process of life and therefore, we are reluctant to surrender. We fear the unfamiliar and unknown and therefore, we are inclined to focus on specific outcomes. We would like life to be more predictable. We develop attachments and when something does not work out according to our expectation, we feel disappointed and betrayed. We are inclined to distrust life and develop a fear of surrendering to the events as they unfold. This fear to trust and surrender prevents us from going with the flow and appreciating every situation and as it presents itself. The fear of trusting people, with whom we have established relationships, is also very common. This universal fear may result in an attempt to control a person or an event, as well as the need to develop an attachment or to change a person.

The three universal fears are interrelated and the experience of being rejected by a person may result not only in the fear of separation, but also in the fear of being unworthy and/or the fear to trust or surrender. These fears are very easy to overlook, because they have become so ingrained in our behaviour  These fears are often disguised by the different masks we wear and they may manifest in different relationships. We are inclined to intellectualise and justify the social masks we hide behind to cope with the demands of life. It is important to determine what the underlying reasons are for wearing a specific mask. Some of the masks we wear may be based on fears that need to be healed. The time you need for healing is dependent on your willingness to address your universal fears.11 Your specific fears will determine which people and circumstances you draw into your life. It is the people with whom you have developed close and intimate relationships that will push your buttons and provide you with the best opportunities to heal.

Susan Minnaar

 

 
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Posted by on April 4, 2013 in WISDOM

 

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In your world, God is a God of your world, a God of your race, a God of your history, a God of your temperament, a God of your fears and aspirations!

 

 

In your world, God is a God of your world, a God of your race, a God of your history, a God of your temperament, a God of your fears and aspirations, a God of your great heroes, a God of your great tragedies, a God that is related to your tribe and your time. But in the Greater Community, God is so much greater, so complete—beyond the definitions of any race, beyond the history of any race, beyond the temperament, fears and aspirations of any race, beyond the grasp of any individual or collective philosophy. And yet, you find God in a pure impulse, in a timeless moment of recognition, in the desire to act beyond the sphere of your own personal interests and motives, in the recognition of another, in the motive to give, in the inexplicable experience of affinity. These are translatable. This is God in action. For you, this is God.

 

Think of God now in the Greater Community—not a human God, not a God of your written history, not a God of your trials and tribulations, but a God for all time, for all races, for all dimensions, for those who are primitive and for those who are advanced, for those who think like you and for those who think so differently, for those who believe and for those for whom belief is inexplicable. This is God in the Greater Community. And this is where you must begin.”

 

Now download this interesting chapter ……

 

Chapter 1: What is God

 

 

 
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