It seems that no one wants to talk about self-deception these days. I believe one of the reasons for this is we feel embarrassed when we are wrong especially when we find out that we have been lying to ourselves.
When we lie to ourselves and we decide that we want to grow beyond the lie we have to look into life’s mirror metaphorically and face the truth behind our lies. This type of truth seeking can leave us feeling naked, vulnerable and a bit scared of what we are going to find.
Owning your Creation
Self-transparency is taught in many different spiritual circles today. They talk about owning your own creation. What they often mean is that if you feel that your life is bad, then that is your fault. Conversely, if you feel that your life is good then that may also be your fault.
Though a lot of our reality is determined by an optimistic or pessimistic perception it is good to learn how to accept our reality and find peace in the present moment. The truth of the matter is, there are many things that appear to be outside of our physical control.
For example other people’s thoughts and actions. Those are elements that can add insight into our world, but we cannot and should not control others. But enough about consciousness, we can dig into the realms of thought and self-mastery at a later time. What about Hans Christian Andersen?
Was Hans Christian Andersen awake?
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