Thursday, May 11, 2017

Understanding Hate

Hate is not merely the conclusive reaction of dislike or unacceptance, rather divisions of the mind or one's persona. Humans unconsciously accept, via conditioning, social mechanisms (beliefs, faith, individuality, responsibility etc.) which are the basis of reaction or you. 
  • Generally speaking, as the reaction to hate rises, there is always a preceding action which confronts or contradicts our ego/belief/ faith etc., which incurs the reaction or sense of hate.
  • This contradiction initiates from someone or the social environment (politics, faith, school, culture or religion).  
  • The hateful reaction is merely the end result of the accumulation of who you are (self/mind/ego). And this reaction, which is you, is under threat and hates to be disturbed or threatened.
  • Being disturbed is hearing rational that cannot be defended, justified or understood. But deeper (subconsciously), the ego is fearful of being without its life-long security and social comfort. 
Be mindful, hate is a reflection of the human condition, not each other. Therefore, it is wise to understand that hate, without understanding and observing its origin and, thus, reaction, is hating ourselves as Human Beings...which doesn't help. 

Monday, May 8, 2017

Observing The Process of Anxiety

In the act of awakening, there is, simultaneously, anxiety during the act of dissipation or letting go. The mind holds on to the mental or conditional things harming and dividing relationships. Though in holding on, we create hesitance, and fear which halts the alleviation of that anxiety. 

  1. Initially, be aware, we are the 'process of anxiety', its creation.
  2. The process is important because the way into anxiety is the way out of it; example: how low self-esteem is acquired is essential and connected with achieving high self-esteem.   
  3. Consider, anxiety isn't limited to work, weddings, airplanes, at war, at the dentist, etc., but rather a social conditioning. Note that anxiety isn't of our choosing. 
  4. Consider and awaken to the awareness that anxiety is created, via process and human interaction. Awaken to the observance, just as fear, anxiety is who you and we are mentally and socially.
For self-help; note the circumstance currently causing the anxiety, assess how you feel: is anxiety coming from within you or from an external influence? No matter as we are both the reaction and carriers of anxiety. Thereby, we are the cause and the effect of it.

Be mindful of the Process of Anxiety!

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