I watched Teal Swan’s video “Why You Can’t Feel Loved for Who You Are” and it hit something really deep, like a sledgehammer to my…
The pervasive nature of our linear existence can be our greatest foe. We maintain challenging conditions and restrictions here that grind against the very flow of life. Granted, that contrast is how we chose to explore our everything, how we define this physicality, and how we determine the scope of our emotional spectrum.
It’s tough to engage paradigm-shifting dialogue when everyone comes into it believing they’re right. It’s an unnecessary, childish heaviness that’s ineffective and destructive, at best.
Quite often, we discount our efforts, especially the little ones. We negate our positive effect on the lives of others, because of how we look at (value) ourselves, and how we frame our world view; we color the canvas with our preconceptions, paradigmatic programming, and ideas/beliefs of how we think others perceive us, our worth, or our contribution.
That which we identify with, owns us.