- Unwillingness to be whole
Remember, however strange this might sound to you at first,
that in some cases (or from another perspective: in all cases)
people experience negativity because they wish to experience
it. How can they overcome it and heal it if they don't wade
into it, no? So, in these cases, it might be best just to
leave it be.
Unless, of course, this is contrary to your desires.
Always make your desires first priority, and at the
same time expand your awareness and definition of Self to
include others as well. This way you can effectively accomplish
Your desires, with no friction with the desires of others
(your desires would incorporate the desires of 'others' too).
People always do what they want, even when they think they
If you do something for someone else, know that you did it
for yourself and to yourself - it's just the perspective which
varies with the perception/ definition of Self.
- Fear of being healed
People like to receive the solution to a problem from outside
If the approach is: 'I want to be healed but I don't want
The result is just that: Wanting to get healed and not changing.
Clearly, this approach doesn't help the actual healing process;
it does not work because it contradicts itself: To be healed
requires you to actually accept the state of health
If the person is afraid of being healthy, if he is afraid
of who he really wants to be, the result is stagnation in
the state of wanting to be whole on the conscious level and
deciding not to be whole on the unconscious level.
A fearful mind battling itself weakens; existence becomes
The solution to this problem is obvious; push the unconscious
content of your mind into the conscious realm and stop being
Just do it.