I commit myself to the simple action of realising through common sense, what is the effect of doing X in this moment, is it accumulating to what is best for ALL or best for me, if only best for me then what can I do that will produce an outcome that is best for all Life? And within this, I commit myself to realise that throughout my entire life, I remain as one human body requiring the same maintenance and attention to detail as ever before, at my death who I will be will be defined by how...Continue »
I commit myself to when/as I see myself reacting in fear to/towards me having done no assessment of an action meanwhile accumulating consequences of doing that action anyway, to stop and breathe. I realise that I am imagining being in danger which I then use my own imagination to justify ‘recoiling’ from myself as ‘me doing the action’ and create the want/need/desire to stop doing the action, meanwhile I stop doing that and I haven’t even looked at my world an...Continue »
I commit myself to when/as I see myself fearing doing the same routine, to stop and breathe. I realise that the same routine means doing the same tasks, proving to myself that I understand the role and support I give to myself with these tasks, so I do them daily. I commit myself to do a routine as doing one task, taking one task that I will do for this moment in this my feelings about the task is secondary to relating my self worth to my own work. I commit myself to accept that when I wor...Continue »
I commit myself to when/as I see routine as someone trying to control me, to stop and breathe. I realise that a memory of believing I am being controlled triggered and to avoid the unpleasant experience generates friction until I point the finger at someone, so I point it to my routine, drinking the energy ‘gained’ from that one simple gesture that I understand my Mind to set as a condition to partake in positive thinking. I commit myself to stop tacitly believing that I am n...Continue »
I commit myself to when/as I see myself believing that I will be bored doing the same routine, to stop and breathe. I realise that if I find a routine boring, it is no excuse to give up on the routine because I have to always swallow and drink water and I have never been bored: I do it, do not value it through my Mind – through reaction – and only accept what it does for me, and do not incur debt on myself with the action. I commit myself to do a routine to support myself with ...Continue »
I commit myself to when/as I see myself wanting to run away from doing the same routine, to stop and breathe. I realise that doing a routine can be restful, and within
producing through participation the basic reasons/justifications for running away are perceiving myself losing self worth if I keep to the routine, fear of losing value
if I stop the routine, haste, and stressing myself out when doing the routine. I commit myself to accept that the routine I am running away from ...
I commit myself to when/as I see myself complaining about doing the same routine over and over, to stop and breathe. I realise that I am simply doing the task, as I would begin ANY task, breathing in, making a decision of what I will do in THIS moment immediately, and breath out and do it.
I commit myself to doing a routine according to beginning one task, because I am always beginning one task and because reality means being absolutely clear in EVERY moment what task I am beginning...Continue »
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to attach survival to doing the same routine.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed the emotion that I am being dominated when/as doing the same routine, as I have made myself predictable for an individual or group to consistently receive benefit from me.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to demonize me doing the same routine because of imagining myself doing something without any way ...Continue »
In this post expanding a self forgiveness statement I made.
“I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed the delusion that I was changing because my routine was being manhandled by school from the perspective that to do well on a test, I would have to actually do work, the kind that everyone does the same way and cannot be transferred.”
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to complain about doing ‘the same routine’ over and ov...Continue »
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed the belief that for my routine to be viable according to my interpretation in my memories, I must disregard my own common sense to base the foundation of my routine only on other’s standards and ignoring my own (because others decide my fate).
I commit myself to when/as I see myself believing that I must compromise myself completely to have a routine that I judge as ‘survival-worthy’, to stop and breathe. I realise ...Continue »