# 131 You aren’t what you own, or what you believe you need

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(c)  Terry Floyd Johnson, 2017  ( Zoua; the OutRyder )

 

We start losing our sense of being- inner discipline, ability to develop our sense of individuality, when we realize we aren’t self-supporting.

We need others, mother/father/food/drink, etc., and all of this must be gotten from Outside; if we want to live, then we must have plenty of all. Outside seems to be stronger, than our sense of individual action, for we need these Outside things, to be able to live, to grow, to be protected, and much more.

The more we have a sense of needing all this Outside stuff, and that we put our inner center, within these objects, we begin to see, to imagine, to know, we are dependent on Outside, and we start identifying success, and living, with what we own, what we want, and what we’re willing to do to get it.

Many, who work, see themselves, not divided from the work they do, so they see their ” usness ” , in everything Outside. We wouldn’t exist, if we didn’t have a job, and levels of success, is dependent on what you have, and the level you reach in the organization you work for.

If we lose our job, and aren’t able to get another one, we start attacking ourselves, as being unworthy, because we can’t get new work; the more time it is before we get new work, the deeper we feel distress, at now being nothing, rather than self-identifying, of what work we do, which tells everyone, who we are.

The above, is also, a dangerous, way of thinking; when the worker/boss retires, it isn’t unusual, for the former worker, to die, within a year or more, not being able to separate him/her self, from what theyve done, and now, they have no identity, for they aren’t working, they are retired, and thus have no sense of self, no sense of being someone, because they have no Outside work, to show others and oneself, who and what we are.

This ” lossness “, of knowing who you are, because of what you do or did, what you own, or what you can be generous about, giving things away; this loss of being able to do, gives to many, a very deep sense of loss, of not being worth anything, and they literally will themselves to die.

You are not what you own, what you do, or how much an expert you are in accumulating things; you know your worth, by what you do, and what you own, if these things  are worth a lot, then so are you, if not, then you’re not worthy, either.

You are not what you do, what you own, etc.; you are who you are within yourself, and your worthiness, isn’t by the above, but how you feel and act within, choosing to act in the only way you can to be true to yourself.

Your self-worth, is by how much you love yourself, positively, how you choose what you do with your daily experiences, but all of these are what you do, not what you are. You are who you choose to be, in dealing with Outside, you choose what you do, the open way you present yourself, and how you interact with your family, others, and appreciating yourself, and allowing that self-love and happiness show in everything you do.

You are priceless, for you love yourself, you choose what you do or do not do, and who you choose to hang with, and by how you help others, who again you choose to help.

Be yourself; don’t worry; be happy! Live your life to your beat, and not anyone’s else’s.

May the Microcosmic Force be with you here and now!

 

#Unconditional Love

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(c)  Terry Floyd Johnson, 2016  ( Zoua; the OutRyder )

Unconditional Love means just that, loving someone, as they are, and in, how they’re trying to be.

It became a professional term, when Carl Rogers, said of those doing therapy, if you can’t love your client, don’t do therapy with them, send them to someone else..

The question is does this work in everyday principles of life? The answer is yes, you can, if you accept the other person(s) as they are, and not by how you want them to be.

You’re trying to create a puppet, if you demand, someone be how you want them to be, rather than being true to themselves.

This doesn’t mean, we have to like everything about a person, but what we do love- is who they are, to their own ideas. We respect the person’s abilities to be and act in accord with their own beliefs and actions.

Unconditional Love is allowing yourself to love you, with Unconditional Love, and at the same time, be the same with friends, acquaintances, and people you meet, work with, etc..

We don’t have to agree with everything they believe and do, but we love them to support the positiveness in their life, and back their way of learning how to transform the negative, if  this is their choice, to do so.

Love yourself Unconditionally, be you, not what someone else, wants you to be. They want to control, and make you their puppet, so they can be proud, they created a puppet, and now, that puppet is their’s to play with.

Friends, are loved unconditionally; because they accept us, and though, they might like to change us, they step back, and allow us to be ourselves.

May the Microcosmic Force be with you, here and now!

Spirit # 3 Trust

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(c) Terry Floyd Johnson, 2015  ( Zoua; the OutRyder )

Life is less fun, if you live in an environment, in which, there is no trust, only lying, cheating, killing, and so on.

The world, and its environments, are brighter, if you have trust in yourself, and others, who you choose to trust, as comrades, friends, colleagues and others.

Trust is the ability to act without thinking to be true to yourself as the only act you can do to be wholistic in action, and understanding.

In trusting others, outside yourself, is to interact with them slowly, and learn to view them with levels of trust.

Many people, make the mistake, of trusting someone, they don’t know, but are just beginning to know; or trust others blindly, because of love, etc..

The slow approach of interacting with them, getting to know them, feel you know them, and give them a level of trust, you’re comfortable with.

The same with trusting your feelings, which works in answers, not in questions. You learn how to work with your feelings, by listening to them, and testing out what they’re saying to you. It is either right or wrong. If wrong, then you didn’t hear correctly; if right, you gain a more solid grounding of trusting your feelings.

Trust is a here and now action; the past and the future, may have interaction, where you see the opposite party in a particular light, but it’s here and now, that counts, in your interaction with others.

Trust, in trust your feelings, is the most important action you can take, for it makes you free to listen to yourself, and not get caught up in manipulations, etc., of Outside, which thrives on you, not trusting yourself, or others, thus live in sorrow of the world, for you have no ground to stand, only shifting sands.

Build trust, learn to trust others, by their own actions, how they treat you, how they present themselves, and how they follow through with what they say they will do, or be, or share with you and others. Trust is earned, not just given as a basic of friendship, friendship is more comfortable, when you don’t have to be on your guard, with the people, etc., who are around you.

Trust yourself; let others show their trustworthiness or not; be trustworthy yourself to others; the path goes both ways.

Microcosmic Force Blessings upon you here and now!

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