Posts tagged with "perception"

Gratitude : "Appreciation of/in existence"
Recognizing pleasure, appreciation, and contentment in the existing state of being(now) and not seeking to alter it. Gratitude exists in three stages; Recognition, acknowledgment, and appreciation Objective: Cultivating a positive perception of life by realizing how all experiences(good or bad) can be beneficial for us.
Forgiveness = Release = Freedom
A conscious, deliberate decision to release undesirable emotions toward a person, group, or object which caused hurt or upheaval. The act of forgiveness is unassociated and independent from the object of forgiveness. Objective: to facilitate peace, eliminate anguish/illusion and achieve freedom from another’s narrative.

How self forms the identity ?
Emotions form behavior which then becomes our identity. If we want to change our behavior or identity, we first need to understand how we interact with emotions.
Who are you?
Who are you? Are you, your mind, or your intellect, or your body, or your beliefs? Or are you all of them? Or are you something more? Our mind, memories, intellect, emotions, body, ego, and beliefs are ever-changing and never constant or absolute. But our consciousness is constant, this awareness that you are, you exist, without names or tags, a possibility of endless potential, unbound and without definition.

See the me in you
Are we not all the same, sure we have differences, but those differences make us more similar. We are all similarly different. We need to see our reflection in others. When there is no you and me, that is true consciousness.
The relationship between the Mind and Reality is one of illusion. There is no reality without the mind. And there is no mind without reality.

What has no taste.. What has no smell.. What can’t be touched.. What cant be seen... What has no sound.. but is still felt.....its YOU ! Your conscious self.
Our perception forms our reality. As everyone's perception differs, so does everyone's reality. Absolute reality can only be experienced through exposure and acceptance of another's reality.