Emotions are a rich aspect of being human. We should honor our unique capacity to experience the complexity of humanity’s emotional spectrum, instead of bashing those which we might consider ‘bad’.
There are no strictly ‘good’ or ‘bad’ emotions. Fear for example, is a necessity for survival. Anger is for engaging the pursuit of justice. Sadness helps us to understand the loves and ideals we have in life.
When we live in a materialistic society which is driven by image, consumerism and greed, it's easy to lose sight of the real things that reflect living a truly successful life. Yet once we disconnect from the bullshit narratives that are forced down our throat by the mainstream media, as well as many out-dated cultural influences, we can better focus on authentically living in healthy, happy and honourable ways.
If you still think that Western Governments aren't controlled by a shadow order - such as the banking dynasty and other special interests - then you're still an engineered advocate for the control system.
If so, your beliefs about how the world works are most likely inaccurate.
It's becoming more recognizable to even the most indoctrinated that there's something not quite right about the collective consensus in humanity's mind structure. This reflects that the vibration and energy of the third dimensional environment that we inhabit is slowly shifting, day by day, into a field which will inevitably be comprised of an awakened populace.
We all meditate, whether we know it or not. This is because meditation occurs when we alter our standard brain wave frequency, and different activities, such as exercise, can do it naturally. Once we are aware of this, we can consciously participate in the ways in which we do meditate. And considering how productive meditation is for our health, recognizing the moments in which we are meditating in action will potentially increase its benefits.
Society is slowly evolving into a collective consciousness that has disengaged from the false narratives that have been manipulated into official ‘truths’ for humanity. That’s right, if you don’t know yet; we’ve all been deceived in many ways and we all have a responsibility to do our research and play our small part to help out our fellow man and our future generations.
The current state of humanity's reality is one big cluster-fu@k, as well as a mystical dream.
However, some of the people who are disengaging from 'mainstream programming', 'social engineering' and are waking up to the realities of our world, have only awoken to one side of the equation.
It is true that the ego is the source of all our suffering because we always have the final say in how we think and feel. Yet it’s not just the cause of one’s pain; as the ‘sense’ of our 'Self', it’s also the key to where our contentment and happiness is found.
The core definition of the ego is that it's our 'I-ness'.
At some stage of our lives we all experience emotional dysfunction to various degrees, especially when we’re maturing. In many cases it is a part of the learning curve as we grow into our more developed selves. Simple examples are that we might dwell on a problem too long, get upset or angry too easily, view life pessimistically or consistently think self-abusive thoughts, but once we emancipate ourselves from these ongoing patters, our lives become reborn.
We've all heard the buzz about a collective awakening occurring on our planet.
It is true that people are increasingly disconnecting from the mainstream-matrix, which dominates the mentality of the masses, and learning new ways to think and act.
Much of this focuses on understanding the external realm, such as the truth about corrupt power structures, the fraudulent monetary system and other injustices of the world, yet we're waking up other aspects of the self too.
We wake up and immediately feel blessed. We’re free spirits. Even though there are potentially negative experiences happening in our lives, such as hardship of some sort, we have the wisdom to be content. Therefore we also wake up stress free.
We acknowledge the dreams that we just had. Sometimes they’re clear as day and at other times the memory has faded. Then we go about processing how they fit into the context of our lives. What messages do they carry?
“I don’t have the time” is one of the top excuses for why people aren’t committing to whatever it is they want to achieve. Yet the reality is that it’s not true; we do have the time, we just don’t make the time. Juggling a job, family and other responsibilities certainly make it a challenge to focus on our personal goals, but there are always ways in which we can allocate time for them.
No matter how many times I experience a good attitude, whether it’s my own or somebody else’s, the positive impact it has never changes. All of life's 'dramas' just seem to melt away because of it. All of us have it temporarily, yet many people radiate it permanently and take it with them through their daily experience. Every single day. It’s a beautiful way to live.
The usual tendency in our modern secular thinking is to view the outer world as separate from ourselves, but really it is just a partial reflection of what we fundamentally are. Objective reality is one of two pieces. Both pieces make up one whole. The other part is our subjective world, which are our feelings, thoughts and beliefs. In this ancient and rebirthed understanding, we are realizing we are both the inner and the outer worlds.
We’ve all suffered emotionally throughout our lives. Similarly, we’ve all experienced trauma, regardless to what degree it personally manifested. When we’re born, we’re forced through environmental conditioning, which will always have both its positives and negatives. Our greatest influences are generally our parents, followed by our peers and the societal and cultural paradigms of our time.
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