We crave that which we crave freedom from when we experience the freedom.
Even the cows and horses in the fields … all seem to be relaxed.
The trap of feeling that we should be able to deal with our own problems hangs over us. We might feel that we will be judged in some way by those around us if it becomes known that we’re not coping as well as we “should”.
Trying to change or manipulate circumstances that you have no direct control over is guaranteed to cause you psychological and emotional problems.
If we want change, then we need to discover what needs to be different.
This is when we realise that everything we have feared has been unfounded and illusory – that our true, unlimited self has been hidden deep within us all along.
“For some it’s an endless torrent of thoughts that races through the mind, for others, however, it’s something quite different.”
“When we fail to address feelings of uncertainty and fear, ultimately, we will cause our own suffering. Not only that, but, failure to deal with constant fear will cause exactly what we fear in the first place.”
“It can be one thing to understand all of this on an intellectual level, but quite another to implement it and live by it.”
The currency in the Game of Life is thought, but not all thoughts are equal in value.