Jailer or Liberator?
- June 17, 2015
- A Course in Miracles | Creating what you want | Love | Practical Spirituality | Spirituality
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http://www.odtuluden.com/pikachy/7130 Here’s an example:
try this web-site Your one, or one of many that are similar, stimulus or stimuli that you experience frequently as some version of fear.
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http://jewelofmuscat.tv/pijibi/3999 What is the belief about yourself that causes that fear?
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site de rencontres pour mariage If you experience any form of fear from that type of stimulus it is because you believe something about yourself that, if the belief were not there, you wouldn’t experience any fear. Whatever the fear-based belief about yourself is, it is not true. It is a false belief about yourself that you created in your mind at a very early age from an experience(s) that you were way too immature to understand and process that was in reality not about you. Rather, that experience was stimulated by a false belief that someone else had that was projected onto you in some direct or indirect way that you unconsciously absorbed as being about you because of your close proximity to whatever the experience at the time was.
If I were a Las Vegas odds-maker, I would lay odds that you are now at least 51% open in your mind to changing that false belief about yourself. And the reason I would make those odds is just the fact that you are now reading this.
Do you see how that false belief has imprisoned you? Now, that was a victim form of a question that I will now re-form.
Do you see how you have imprisoned yourself with that false belief?
If you no longer had that belief about yourself, do you see how you would no longer have any form of fear that has been stimulated by that belief?
Do you see how no one is making you keep that belief about yourself?
Take whatever you are holding onto that is keeping you from releasing that false belief about yourself and look at what you’re holding onto directly and honestly. For example, you might not want to release the false belief because you believe you have been “wronged” by someone and they “should” pay for it in some way but haven’t. Not having that “wrong” righted could keep you in that false belief and its related fear-based pain for a very long time and probably has. Which would you really rather have: the pain or the release from the pain? Does it serve you to keep holding on to whatever is keeping you from releasing that false belief about yourself?
I always ask myself: “Does it serve truth or does it serve illusion? Does it serve love or does it serve fear?” I decided a long time ago that I want to live in truth, that I want to live in love, which is the same thing. That value of mine always guides my purpose of what I want.
What idea(s) about yourself is the source of you being your own jailer? What idea(s) about yourself is the source you are using to imprison yourself in fear-based pain?
Are your ideas about yourself imprisoning or liberating you? Who is the only person that can liberate you?
“[A]n idea is free, incapable of being kept in prison or limited in any way except by the mind that thought it. For it remains joined to its source [the mind], which is its jailer or its liberator, according to which it chooses as its purpose for itself.”*
* A Course in Miracles