A little piece of the past

Today I found something I wrote to myself a couple of years ago. I used to do this when I needed to remember to encourage and be patient with myself. So I would write quotes and such to help me fight off the times of falling into gray days.
‘When you say you are worthless, others may know clearly that you are not, but for you, it is fact of your existence. The assumptions surrounding this “truth” are so engrained in you that you cannot see it as merely a powerful concept that influences your every thought and action. This TRAP makes what is only imagined in our minds seem like something real. They are only assumptions that you’ve adopted or have been trained to believe, they are deeply programmed and are preceived as permanent traits.
Realize that these attributes are conceptual in nature and the possibility that you can change them or get free from them altogether.

One is actually oneself; the other is a complex of ideas called one-self.What we precieve as the self is not what we are.

Adopted characteristics can be any way you want them to be, but the truth can only be what’s true.

Honesty as part of a character doesn’t make one honest, it is merely a commitment that’s been taken on.

Patterns emerge in our behavior because our behavior is a reaction to circumstances that we constantly view from a set of personal and cultural assumptions.

Consider that it is the outlook that drives you, which exists for you as what you “are”. Shift your prospective, letting go of your current self view and see the world as neither benign or hostile but whatever you make it.

The principal of honesty goes deeper than being a good person or saying what you feel like saying.
True honesty is committed to the truth,
independent of any concern for the self. The commitment must be to get at the truth and to express the truth, especially to yourself.

Maybe the reason you don’t have a guide in Life is that the guide us within you. This guide provides the truth.

In honesty, admit that your deep sense if ignorance, vulnerability or emptiness is still not resolved. Belief provide surface comfort but you remain deeply aware that you in no way have gotten to the truth for yourself,
having no deep consciousness of the true nature of our existence. This is the background sense of being a “pretender” in life, groping for some way to set things right.
Remember that everything you believe was believed before you came along. When you cease taking for granted what is known, it not only helps free us of assumptions but allows us ti appreciate what it took to create such knowing.
Because you sense that there is something about you that’s without substantial character or precise of mind. It came be felt. The tendency to cover up turns into a vicious cycle of creating a persona or adopting a way to be socially acceptable, suggest that we doubt ourselves, that we don’t trust what is already there. When we do things to bolster our self image and cover self doubt, you’re confessing that you don’t trust your own reality, that whatever is genuine isn’t good enough to be presented. This only reinforces doubt.
Be willing to give up on defending an opinion, especially on that you don’t really care about. Those you defend to identify with your ideas. Release yourself from this burden.

The truth must stand on its own, independent of anything that may or may not do for us. Our path toward consciousness may take many forms, yet it must end. It must always be an honest intent to grasp whatever is true whether we like it or not.
We can distinguish between what is false and what is genuine within ourselves. This way we can make progress without engaging in a battle with the self.

Today I found something I wrote to myself a couple of years ago. I used to do this when I needed to remember to encourage and be patient with myself. So I would write quotes and such to help me throughout the day.
‘When you say you are worthless, others may know clearly that you are not, but for you, it is fact of your existence. The assumptions surrounding this “truth” are so engrained in you that you cannot see it as merely a powerful concept that influences your every thought and action. This TRAP makes what is only imagined in our minds seem like something real. They are only assumptions that you’ve adopted or have been trained to believe, they are deeply programmed and are preceived as permanent traits.
Realize that these attributes are conceptual in nature and the possibility that you can change them or get free from them altogether.

One is actually oneself; the other is a complex of ideas called one-self.What we precieve as the self is not what we are.

Adopted characteristics can be any way you want them to be, but the truth can only be what’s true.

Honesty as part of a character doesn’t make one honest, it is merely a commitment that’s been taken on.

Patterns emerge in our behavior because our behavior is a reaction to circumstances that we constantly view from a set of personal and cultural assumptions.

Consider that it is the outlook that drives you, which exists for you as what you “are”. Shift your prospective, letting go of your current self view and see the world as neither benign or hostile but whatever you make it.

The principal of honesty goes deeper than being a good person or saying what you feel like saying.
True honesty is committed to the truth,
independent of any concern for the self. The commitment must be to get at the truth and to express the truth, especially to yourself.

Maybe the reason you don’t have a guide in Life is that the guide us within you. This guide provides the truth.

In honesty, admit that your deep sense if ignorance, vulnerability or emptiness is still not resolved. Belief provide surface comfort but you remain deeply aware that you in no way have gotten to the truth for yourself,
having no deep consciousness of the true nature of our existence. This is the background sense of being a “pretender” in life, groping for some way to set things right.
Remember that everything you believe was believed before you came along. When you cease taking for granted what is known, it not only helps free us of assumptions but allows us ti appreciate what it took to create such knowing.
Because you sense that there is something about you that’s without substantial character or precise of mind. It came be felt. The tendency to cover up turns into a vicious cycle of creating a persona or adopting a way to be socially acceptable, suggest that we doubt ourselves, that we don’t trust what is already there. When we do things to bolster our self image and cover self doubt, you’re confessing that you don’t trust your own reality, that whatever is genuine isn’t good enough to be presented. This only reinforces doubt.
Be willing to give up on defending an opinion, especially on that you don’t really care about. Those you defend to identify with your ideas. Release yourself from this burden.

The truth must stand on its own, independent of anything that may or may not do for us. Our path toward consciousness may take many forms, yet it must end. It must always be an honest intent to grasp whatever is true whether we like it or not.
We can distinguish between what is false and what is genuine within ourselves. This way we can make progress without engaging in a battle with the self.

Today I found something I wrote to myself a couple of years ago. I used to do this when I needed to remember to encourage and be patient with myself. So I would write quotes and such to help me throughout the day.
‘When you say you are worthless, others may know clearly that you are not, but for you, it is fact of your existence. The assumptions surrounding this “truth” are so engrained in you that you cannot see it as merely a powerful concept that influences your every thought and action. This TRAP makes what is only imagined in our minds seem like something real. They are only assumptions that you’ve adopted or have been trained to believe, they are deeply programmed and are preceived as permanent traits.
Realize that these attributes are conceptual in nature and the possibility that you can change them or get free from them altogether.

One is actually oneself; the other is a complex of ideas called one-self.What we precieve as the self is not what we are.

Adopted characteristics can be any way you want them to be, but the truth can only be what’s true.

Honesty as part of a character doesn’t make one honest, it is merely a commitment that’s been taken on.

Patterns emerge in our behavior because our behavior is a reaction to circumstances that we constantly view from a set of personal and cultural assumptions.

Consider that it is the outlook that drives you, which exists for you as what you “are”. Shift your prospective, letting go of your current self view and see the world as neither benign or hostile but whatever you make it.

The principal of honesty goes deeper than being a good person or saying what you feel like saying.
True honesty is committed to the truth,
independent of any concern for the self. The commitment must be to get at the truth and to express the truth, especially to yourself.

Maybe the reason you don’t have a guide in Life is that the guide us within you. This guide provides the truth.

In honesty, admit that your deep sense if ignorance, vulnerability or emptiness is still not resolved. Belief provide surface comfort but you remain deeply aware that you in no way have gotten to the truth for yourself,
having no deep consciousness of the true nature of our existence. This is the background sense of being a “pretender” in life, groping for some way to set things right.
Remember that everything you believe was believed before you came along. When you cease taking for granted what is known, it not only helps free us of assumptions but allows us ti appreciate what it took to create such knowing.
Because you sense that there is something about you that’s without substantial character or precise of mind. It came be felt. The tendency to cover up turns into a vicious cycle of creating a persona or adopting a way to be socially acceptable, suggest that we doubt ourselves, that we don’t trust what is already there. When we do things to bolster our self image and cover self doubt, you’re confessing that you don’t trust your own reality, that whatever is genuine isn’t good enough to be presented. This only reinforces doubt.
Be willing to give up on defending an opinion, especially on that you don’t really care about. Those you defend to identify with your ideas. Release yourself from this burden.

The truth must stand on its own, independent of anything that may or may not do for us. Our path toward consciousness may take many forms, yet it must end. It must always be an honest intent to grasp whatever is true whether we like it or not.
We can distinguish between what is false and what is genuine within ourselves. This way we can make progress without engaging in a battle with the self.

Today I found something I wrote to myself a couple of years ago. I used to do this when I needed to remember to encourage and be patient with myself. So I would write quotes and such to help me throughout the day.
‘When you say you are worthless, others may know clearly that you are not, but for you, it is fact of your existence. The assumptions surrounding this “truth” are so engrained in you that you cannot see it as merely a powerful concept that influences your every thought and action. This TRAP makes what is only imagined in our minds seem like something real. They are only assumptions that you’ve adopted or have been trained to believe, they are deeply programmed and are preceived as permanent traits.
Realize that these attributes are conceptual in nature and the possibility that you can change them or get free from them altogether.

One is actually oneself; the other is a complex of ideas called one-self.What we precieve as the self is not what we are.

Adopted characteristics can be any way you want them to be, but the truth can only be what’s true.

Honesty as part of a character doesn’t make one honest, it is merely a commitment that’s been taken on.

Patterns emerge in our behavior because our behavior is a reaction to circumstances that we constantly view from a set of personal and cultural assumptions.

Consider that it is the outlook that drives you, which exists for you as what you “are”. Shift your prospective, letting go of your current self view and see the world as neither benign or hostile but whatever you make it.

The principal of honesty goes deeper than being a good person or saying what you feel like saying.
True honesty is committed to the truth,
independent of any concern for the self. The commitment must be to get at the truth and to express the truth, especially to yourself.

Maybe the reason you don’t have a guide in Life is that the guide us within you. This guide provides the truth.

In honesty, admit that your deep sense if ignorance, vulnerability or emptiness is still not resolved. Belief provide surface comfort but you remain deeply aware that you in no way have gotten to the truth for yourself,
having no deep consciousness of the true nature of our existence. This is the background sense of being a “pretender” in life, groping for some way to set things right.
Remember that everything you believe was believed before you came along. When you cease taking for granted what is known, it not only helps free us of assumptions but allows us ti appreciate what it took to create such knowing.
Because you sense that there is something about you that’s without substantial character or precise of mind. It came be felt. The tendency to cover up turns into a vicious cycle of creating a persona or adopting a way to be socially acceptable, suggest that we doubt ourselves, that we don’t trust what is already there. When we do things to bolster our self image and cover self doubt, you’re confessing that you don’t trust your own reality, that whatever is genuine isn’t good enough to be presented. This only reinforces doubt.
Be willing to give up on defending an opinion, especially on that you don’t really care about. Those you defend to identify with your ideas. Release yourself from this burden.

The truth must stand on its own, independent of anything that may or may not do for us. Our path toward consciousness may take many forms, yet it must end. It must always be an honest intent to grasp whatever is true whether we like it or not.
We can distinguish between what is false and what is genuine within ourselves. This way we can make progress without engaging in a battle with the self.

Today I found something I wrote to myself a couple of years ago. I used to do this when I needed to remember to encourage and be patient with myself. So I would write quotes and such to help me throughout the day.
‘When you say you are worthless, others may know clearly that you are not, but for you, it is fact of your existence. The assumptions surrounding this “truth” are so engrained in you that you cannot see it as merely a powerful concept that influences your every thought and action. This TRAP makes what is only imagined in our minds seem like something real. They are only assumptions that you’ve adopted or have been trained to believe, they are deeply programmed and are preceived as permanent traits.
Realize that these attributes are conceptual in nature and the possibility that you can change them or get free from them altogether.

One is actually oneself; the other is a complex of ideas called one-self.What we precieve as the self is not what we are.

Adopted characteristics can be any way you want them to be, but the truth can only be what’s true.

Honesty as part of a character doesn’t make one honest, it is merely a commitment that’s been taken on.

Patterns emerge in our behavior because our behavior is a reaction to circumstances that we constantly view from a set of personal and cultural assumptions.

Consider that it is the outlook that drives you, which exists for you as what you “are”. Shift your prospective, letting go of your current self view and see the world as neither benign or hostile but whatever you make it.

The principal of honesty goes deeper than being a good person or saying what you feel like saying.
True honesty is committed to the truth,
independent of any concern for the self. The commitment must be to get at the truth and to express the truth, especially to yourself.

Maybe the reason you don’t have a guide in Life is that the guide us within you. This guide provides the truth.

In honesty, admit that your deep sense if ignorance, vulnerability or emptiness is still not resolved. Belief provide surface comfort but you remain deeply aware that you in no way have gotten to the truth for yourself,
having no deep consciousness of the true nature of our existence. This is the background sense of being a “pretender” in life, groping for some way to set things right.
Remember that everything you believe was believed before you came along. When you cease taking for granted what is known, it not only helps free us of assumptions but allows us ti appreciate what it took to create such knowing.
Because you sense that there is something about you that’s without substantial character or precise of mind. It came be felt. The tendency to cover up turns into a vicious cycle of creating a persona or adopting a way to be socially acceptable, suggest that we doubt ourselves, that we don’t trust what is already there. When you do things to bolster our self image and cover self doubt, you’re confessing that you don’t trust your own reality, that whatever is genuine isn’t good enough to be presented. This only reinforces doubt.
Be willing to give up on defending an opinion, especially on that you don’t really care about. Those you defend to identify with your ideas. Release yourself from this burden.

The truth must stand on its own, independent of anything that may or may not do for us. Our path toward consciousness may take many forms, yet it must end. It must always be an honest intent to grasp whatever is true whether we like it or not.
We can distinguish between what is false and what is genuine within ourselves. This way we can make progress without engaging in a battle with the self.

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About ingridfalconi

I'm a married mother of three and a published author.
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