Exactly, that's a practical self-direction indeed, to not make it something that is 'beyond' yourself, but take what is practical, applicable and/or supportive to understand processes that we have never been educated about - such as our 'nature,' how our mind works, why we are stopping emotions and feelings and so forth, which are basic points to begin with and that are all available in the FAQ sectionof the website if you want to dig further.I commit myself to continue the process of writing, which I find to be extremely helpful. I thus forgive myself that I have NOT accepted and allowed myself to realize that my writing, which is worthwhile in itself, is independent of the Desteni message and all the material presented under its cover. I however commit myself to further study the Desteni materials in honesty and commit myself to not accept any of it purely on faith value.
Here are your questions on my blog:Thanks for the links, Maya. I started reading them and also sent you a few comment on your blog. Very interesting and helpful reads indeed.
It all comes down to Self honesty. If one see the Problems of this world, one could see in self honesty, one's responsibility and accountability within the creation of the manifested problems and therefor, one would take responsibility in doing what ever possible to be done to correct the problem. Free choice for Real, is an absolute expression self Honesty which one develop as one walk one's process out of the mind and into the Physical. Only when one investigate all things and take absolute responsibility within a process of correction and prevention, one can discover the actuality of Free choice. As Jack once said - there is really one Free Choice - to either become self honest or not. Does that make sense?Axel has left a new comment on your post "The Correction Process and The Desteni Message (Pa...":
Once we see and accept the state of the world and "make it okay, within and as oneself", do we then really have the free choice between (a) leaving it at that and go with our lives in self-interest or (b) try to manifest change that is best for all? I mean, how do we make this choice in and as ourselves even? Do have "free choice" in this or are we even here following some deeper urge, some pre-programmed or inherent value system that resides inside of us, our "true nature", our souls calling, or whatever we want to call it. Is there really a free choice in anything we do?
But perhaps it is not even a relevant question if we have free choice or not. Isn't it just a question of what we chose, no matter if its free or not? Which of course also raises the next question: who and what are we if don't have free choice at all.
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