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"The only way one's life will ever change is when the conditioning that makes it so changes."
- Michael Cupo
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Your worst enemy cannot harm you as much as your own unguarded thoughts "The Buddha"
Seeing through eyes that have a default view from the head (intellect) presents many more questions than answers, but a heart view (love) needs no such answers because there aren’t any questions.
The labeling process in place is all part of attachment and until there’s awareness of this, suffering remains. The degree of suffering is contingent on how attached one is to their labels.
If there isn’t awareness that one’s own thoughts create the reality in which you live by, those thoughts will continue to create a reality that’s only real to you.
Just Be – Add nothing
Selfishness produces a void which is why the things used to fill it are reached for again and again. We all have an addict in us as the consequences of the things used result in the same bondage.
Every time the mind becomes distracted and reaches for something it thinks it needs, it equates to a sinking ship sending out an SOS; the reaching is one’s call for help.
The mind loves to make a problem out of something that can’t be changed. The reality of any situation is if it can’t be changed there’s not much one can do so it’s not really a problem.
Addiction: Getting to the Root: If you don’t get to the entire root of a weed, the weed will keep coming back. The only reason this is an issue is because it will not allow the beauty of the flowers to flourish. This is a link to an article I wrote for Addicted Minds titled Addiction: Getting to the Root Addiction Root