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Why we depend on another’s guidance instead of our own

“[Individuals] can easily point at another and use the justification that the other’s perspective is not entirely accurate in order to satisfy their perspective of themselves.

The majority of times the reason this occurs is because the individual himself or herself is unwilling to take the time to observe themselves without judgment in order to gain an appreciation of themselves.

Notice what we’ve said here. Most individuals are unwilling to take the time to observe themselves without judgment in order to gain an appreciation of themselves.

Now, when we say these words, those of you listening to this series of audio recordings, some of you define appreciation as appreciation of the ‘good’ parts of yourself.

So you define appreciation through the filter of judgment. In other words, ‘I appreciate that I am beautiful. I appreciate that I’m intelligent. I appreciate that I’m courageous. I appreciate that I’m loving. I appreciate that I’m giving. But I do not appreciate that I’m miserly. I do not appreciate that I’m jealous. I do not appreciate that I’m angry. I do not appreciate that I’m hurtful.’

If those were your qualities, there would be limited appreciation of yourself because in truth, most individuals are unwilling to observe themselves without judgment and therefore appreciate all aspects of the self.”

– The Wonders

 

Excerpt from Series 179: The Underlying Reality Of Blockages