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Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Your spiritual journey is about freedom, but not just your freedom — everyone's freedom.

Changing yourself takes time; 
it is incremental and can seem like hypocrisy to judging observers.

Don't allow others to control you with the consistency trap.

Consistency is the norm.

Don't let consistency be used against your holistic being and full-spectrum intelligence.

Being 'smart' is a total spectrum of behaviours; 
it is about balance — not just intellect.

You can say things that are completely wrong and still be a part of a legitimate dialogue.

You are an amorphous being and can change your views, 
ideas, and 
beliefs at will and as frequently as you desire.

You are allowed to be inconsistent, 
contradictory and unbound by conventions such as sanity, 
intelligence or making sense.

When you reserve the right to total contradiction, 
you reserve the self-acceptance to be human.

People often want to "understand" others to "know their place" for strategic self-positioning, which is ultimately about control and safeguarding their advantage.

If you make a big life-change it may literally shatter those around you because they can only accept and "love" you "their way."

The inconsistent person is free, and freedom is really what people fear most.

Your personal and spiritual evolution will always be seen as a betrayal by those whose values you abandon.

The discomfort you feel when you attempt to change is just the social control that surrounds you becoming more obvious and bearing down on you.

There is nothing more spiritual than freedom and it is very spiritual to violate old beliefs for new values.

We so easily sling judgements on others, yet we don't want judgements levied against us when we change our ideals.

Accepting others is really about accepting yourself, because when you accept others you are freed from your own inner-conflict.

When you quit judging others you can be your true-self, rather than being emotionally embroiled with other people's lifestyles and beliefs.

Your spiritual journey is about freedom, but not just your freedom — everyone's freedom.