Tuesday, February 01, 2011

ODD = an Obsessive Distaste for Discipline

When we have problems with the organization and discipline of our daily life, we are suffering from ODD. ODD is an Obsessive Distaste for Discipline, which is the basis of the "I-know-it-all" belief. Organization and discipline are an essential part of the pattern of our dual soul, which are reflected into the pattern of our physical life. When we have an obsessive distaste for discipline, we will become our own worst energy and create absolute chaos in our physical world as we refuse to learn and change. As we stop honoring ourself, we will have an obsession distaste for the discipline of behaving in a manner that is conducive to our physical health and our emotional and mental happiness. We will be judgmental of other people, eat too much, and participate in destructive physical behaviors and addictions that abuse our primary, secondary, and our enteric nervous systems. We will also have an obsessive distaste for the discipline of our own creation, for all levels of authority, and for living in a happy and healthy way, which will allow us to be totally focused on control or on disease and the lack of personal responsibility for our own health and happiness. We will act out our dependencies, victimization, resistance, and feel internally that someone else has to accept the responsibility for saving us. Our denial and resistance to any change will be extreme, as we hear what we want to hear and do what we want to do to support our "I-know-it-all" belief.

Obsessive distaste for discipline is not just an externally focused lesson. It is also an internally focused lesson for our male thinking mind that is affecting every aspect of our society today, especially in the male-dominated fields of government, science, money, law, corporations, religion, education and every aspect of our male-dominated society. The physical behaviors that we live are the science of life for our dual soul that gives us an opportunity to learn from living our fear of discipline, organization, form, and structure. We also have an obsessive distaste for our loving emotions, which many men still think only women possess, hence the male belief is unequal to the male. Our loving emotions are the basic foundation of our motivational energy for our physical activities. Physical activities become the physical experiences that are the "science of life" for our dual soul. Of course, the discipline of our equal design cannot be understood by the male mind when it perceives and interprets the physical female as unequal to the physical male, not only in the emotional sense of being weak but in the female's ability to use the thinking mind because that too is judged as "weak." As we reflect our inequality into our judgement of others, we show ourselves the obsessive distaste for the internal discipline of our internal dual soul and spirit consciousness that we are living physical beings.

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