The universe, God, source, your inner being, your feelings, your judgments, your brain… are never never never never never testing you. No one is testing you. There is no test. They’re just reflecting back to you where you are, so that you can be aware, and open and love more. How else would you know where you’re at? 😘
I’m thinking of someone I want something from: love, acceptance, sex, intimacy, understanding, belonging.
And I’m asking myself, how can I be more in alignment with my inner self?
So that: A. I realize this is an inner want I need to (get to) satisfy within myself. And I release them from the obligation to satisfy it.
And: B. By being so satisfied, I become more attractive to someone who matches my satisfaction.
Why are you unhappy?
Because 99.9 percent of what you think,
And everything you do,
Is for your self,
And there isn’t one.
~ Wu Wei Wu
Talk about your problems or solve your problems?
I say both.
I feel there is a mistake in the masculine mask that wants to solve problems quickly in order to not feel. Talking about your problems with another can be bonding and humanizing and a place for intimacy, compassion, empathy to build relationships and trust… by actual relating. If all you do is talk about your problems, you’re possibly afraid to take action. If all you do is solve your problems, you’re possibly afraid to be vulnerable and connect.
Why do we needlessly worry and torture ourselves?
“It’s a belief that somebody else has more power in my experience than I do. And the reason you believe that is because you haven’t been practicing the power that you have in your own experience.” ~ Abraham Hicks
“Unconditional love says, I am in alignment with who I am regardless of the situation. But it’s asking a lot of you to look at a situation that yanks your chain and rings your bells in a very negative way and to ask you to turn the other cheek and be at one with it. That isn’t what it all about. It’s about letting yourself see it, letting yourself feel it, let what you really want be born within you then tuning yourself to who you really are and what you really want and little by little the world becomes a place that likes itself better.”
~ Abraham Hicks