This left to right movement integrates neural networks which can even help resolve traumatic memories.
actions, beliefs, happiness, identity, lateposts, night, self, support, thoughts, understanding, views, writing
The whole concept of having a unique identity is a strangely comforting, yet terrifying thing to comprehend. In some ways, it is a way to show the world that you do not conform to their stereotypes and ideals. In other ways, it makes you a target – an archery post of sorts, for those wishing to lash out with their arrows of steel-tipped mercilessness. And still in other ways, it is a shroud of responsibility, one that tells you that you need to uphold this very notion of self.
This is a fairly unconventional way for me to start a post.
The truth is, I’ve been doing a lot of thinking into the concept of the self. What is it? How does one define it? Why does an idea such as this even exist? And how is this supposed “self” formed?
I hear the rabble-rousing of dogs outside…
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Abraham Hicks, beliefs, depression, happiness, perfection, relief, thoughts, vibration, voluntarism
Having the attitude that “everything is perfect exactly as it is” feels good.
For melancholics in particular it may be an expression of providence: the knowledge that all things are working towards the good.
If all things are working towards the good, and we know it, then it follows that everything is perfect exactly as it is.
Not perfect in the sense that it is complete, but perfect in the sense that we are where we are meant to be, everything is as it is meant to be.
This isn’t a question of judgement or assessment, it’s about attitude and feeling.
If you have the attitude of recognising everything is perfect as it is, then you will feel that everything is perfect as it is.
And by contrast, if you don’t feel good, you must be thinking or believing that not everything is perfect.
We see this reflected in the…
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