Marlen wrote:There is an actual curtain/ veil that can be created from this single statement which I suggest that you do not accept as 'fact' but actually dare to challenge it and see how we can come up with such conclusive statements without actually investigating within ourselves our life, what we've accepted and allowed.
Whenever there is an agenda we know we are following a scheme, a plan, an idea of ourselves that places boundaries wherein you are creating the belief that you don't have anything you've felt guilty for - which considering our current reality would only imply that there is possibly not enough being written out for yourself to actually become aware of what we've accepted and allowed.
See for yourself what is the starting point of this single post in itself - what came up in your world that you decided to then say that there is no guilt. I mean yes it would be cool to get to such absolute point because that would imply that we are self honest and that we have literally corrected ourselves - yet at this stage saying that there is no guilt or any judgment based on what you see within yourself can be an actual ego point instead of a realization of self through self-investigation which is writing, applying self forgiveness and thus literally seeing for yourself what you've accepted and allowed.
This is then something that I suggest investigating for what it is, without neglecting looking at points and 'pretending all is fine' - and if it is really so then share how it is that you've lived throughout your life without creating any guilt or judgment - that seems rather premature to talk about at this stage within our process so, let's open up the points if necessary - if not, leave them for now and continue investigating your experience and what you're actually experiencing and facing within your reality.
This self-investigation must be written out so that you have your own reference point and can assess your experience through you writing, speaking, sharing. It is only through this that you can actually open up points that might be suppressed. If not, you'll find it through your writing either ways.
It's cool though to have such approach from now on wherein you understand and become aware of what you accept and allow and correct it in the moment - that's essentially the way to go definitely - yet investigate more to see if you can stand clear from the past within these terms as well.
Thanks for sharing.
Matt Stone wrote:
So I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to not take responsability for my own thoughts and feelings
For blaming my self judgement onto another person
For allowing myself to place any form of my own responsabilities onto another
With what the peson said, I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to judge myself as weird, or unacceptable within society
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