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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"
There’s no way one will ever fully understand life intellectually so to fill in the gaps answers are made up, but it’s in the space of what arises that one hears what life is saying so answers aren’t needed.
In the space between our thoughts our innate love hovers, waiting. When one awakens from being stuck in the thought realm to see this, the door to liberation opens.
Creative energy comes from the stillness within yourself. When there’s stillness you can truly get in touch with your own creativity and not need the worlds approval for what arises.
As long as there is seeking there will always be seeking and one will remain on the treadmill path exerting all kinds of energy, but not really getting anywhere.
Although it seems what occurs in life is the cause of one’s arising turmoil, but this is not the case. The turmoil that arises is already in place, if it wasn’t there’s no way it would arise.
Our beliefs manifest in many different ways, mostly as thought formed ideas, and concepts, but at the core of any of them is an attachment to the form of self that doesn’t truly exist.
Every belief that’s created is a story used to provide relief in some way, but if it was that easy one could just go around making up story after story whenever life didn’t go the way it was thought it should be.
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