Getting upset. Conflict.
If you would like take the time to check, you will amazed how often you
contract. I mean, really amazed. Usually, for most people, more often
contracted than expanded. Not so? Check it out.
Our programmed computer is designed to go on alert whenever anything, and
I mean absolutely anything, is not just the way we need it to be - so that
we can feel safe, secure and have everything predictable.
And how often is that!
So our minds want everything to be the way we want it to be, when we want
it, and how we want it. And what we want is everything to be the way we
were programmed to see things.
If someone does not agree with us; sees things differently; wants
something that we want - so that we don’t get it, contracted panic.
In fact, we contract when everything is not fully comfortable for us.
And how often is that! Check it out.
And here’s the amazing thing.
Most people, most of the time, have a very poor opinion of themselves.
They do not accept themselves fully, just as they are. They do not enjoy
and delight in who and how they are. They always think they should be
So here’s the amazing thing - not really accepting who they are, not
having a deep respect for themselves - yet they get upset when anyone does
not agree with them! Now how stupid is that!
They have a low opinion of themselves, yet expect everyone else to accept
their point of view! Dumb?
One exception - when someone says they love them.
When that happens most people do not let in the love, because, they have
such a low opinion and acceptance of themselves, they think the person who
is saying they love them is either blind, or stupid.
So either way, the love does not count.
Exaggeration? I don’t think so. If you think so I suggest you do some
experimenting. Keep checking into your body to see if it is fully expanded
and comfortable in every moment.
It would be great to have a gadget attached that beeps every time your
energy contracts even in the slightest.
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