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Re: Tyler

Postby Maite » 06 Jun 2016, 12:30

Hey Tyler,

In terms of the last blog post in this thread - what I see would support you here, is to make writing a more consistent part of your day-to-day life. For instance, every day or every time you see yourself going back and forth or 'running in circles' in your mind in terms of what to do/what decision to make - write about it. Any thoughts, feelings, emotions that have been factoring in to your decision making, you can clear out with Self-Forgiveness so that you can see more clearly what's what - and make it easier to make a decision in clarity. The more you compound these experiences, the 'darker' your experience of yourself will be, because it's like you're accumulating unresolved issues and inner conflict day in and day out. Then - when an opportunity does arise to change/correct yourself, you'll be so much more clear/stable/directive within yourself to use that opportunity in self-directive actions.

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Postby tylersr » 25 Jun 2020, 06:03

Day 49- How Spite Consumes Me

Today I had a reoccurring thought regarding an interaction I had with an employee of a hotel. I experienced myself as being wronged by this individual and have since kept having thoughts about calling the hotel to complain about this individual since I was not able to direct the situation initially in a way I would have preferred.

I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to think I should call and complain about this individual

I forgive myself that I have not allowed myself to not realize that thinking I should call and complain about this individual implies I am having an emotional reaction to our interaction

I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to react within the emotion of feeling wronged by this individual

When and as I see myself go into the emotional reaction of feeling wronged, I stop and I breathe. I see, realize, and understand that this emotional reaction implies that I am already running within a mind program and must first find my self-responsibility within the situation before I can direct myself effectively once again.

I commit myself to first investigate the initial thought which triggered the behavior pattern, in this case spite, which caused the problematic situation in the first place, before accepting and allowing myself to go into an emotional reaction of feeling spited and being constantly bombarded with the thought of retaliating against the other person, sapping my time and energy within my day thinking and emoting about a situation that happened now three days ago.



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Re: Tyler

Postby Maite » 04 Jul 2020, 21:19

Hey Tyler,

Your application for sponsorship has been approved! Well done :D

I will email you shortly to set everything up!

Maite




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