Monday, July 16, 2007

Know Your Choice

The choice of what we do and who we are is always ours, which means that we are in total control of our own reality, which includes our physical, mental, sensory, and emotional changes at all times in our human journey through our multiple physical lives. Because of our dependency, we have an ingrained expectation that other people (including our image of an external God) are going to "save us." This is the direct reflection of our internal image of an external God that we accept as our omnipotent savior. No one has the power to save us but us, which we do gradually as we learn and change in our internal and external relationships. As we change and grow into "knowing thyself," we begin to see the world in a different image. Once we realize that we are part of the external world as we live our internal life, we begin to understand that there is no separation between the two energy forces, and that our external world always becomes a direct reflection of our internal world. Keeping our thinking mind loving also improves our own self-reflection of our physical, mental, and emotional reality as we create it as our personal environment. We can never blame other people for who we are, because we are designed with total personal responsibility for how we think, live, and behave in our past lives. When we can accept that we create our own physical personal reality by the way that we think, behave,communicate, and relate to other people, we begin to realize that we are totally responsible for who we are.

Many individuals see themselves as victims of life and the people they share life with. This victim energy comes from inside of us and if we want to be responsible individuals, we must be truthful about who we are and how we design our physical reality of life. These patterns show us how and why we create our internal images of ourselves from the way that we think about life and living, especially in relationship to other people. When we think that we are useless, we will be useless in our lives and in other people's lives, because that will be our total reflective behavior that is coming from our thinking mind. When we think that we can do anything that we want to do, we will literally do anything and everything from the motivation of our thinking mind, which never stops thinking unless we stop our own ability to think by shutting down our mind with negative thinking.

These are the bulk of the internal images that we use to guide ourselves from one day to the next. The positive or negative of our thinking is the focus of our motivation to plunge ahead with our growth, or to feel sorry for ourselves and refuse to grow and change. A lazy mind makes a lazy body and a lazy body makes a lazy mind. This helps us to see that we are totally responsible for who we are at all times in our physical growth cycle. The excuses that we use for our own faults are simply our way of allowing our ego to control who we are. If we think we can't do something, we won't do it. If we think that we can do anything that comes into our mind, we will do it and we will do it well. Once we recognize our internal images as our inspiration of life, we will begin to realize that we can do anyting that we can think of and think through to fruition.

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