Re.Consider

in life •  3 months ago

How many of us have been lost, wandering throughout life without certainty of who we really are and why we're here?

How many of us have been suffering, controlled by the mind & ego rather than the heart & soul?

How many of us have fallen short of success again & again, driven by survival instincts rather than spiritual intuition?


Who have we believed ourselves to be?


For what reasons have we believed ourselves to be carrying on?

How much longer will we be content with sacrificing the pursuit of our deepest yearnings for the familiarity of our habitual, limiting, and often self-destructive patterns?

When will we have had enough of our ego's insanity and choose the path of wisdom & complete integrity, for once and for all?

In which hour will we allow our constructed identities to die, being reborn in the consciousness of universal, divine intelligence?


How far must we go astray before seeing the futility of our failed ways?

How much conflict must we endure to hear & heed the inner voice whispering the solutions to our issues of dual identities having kept us at odds with ourselves?

What point must we reach to feel the full consequences of our misguided thoughts & actions so strongly that we cannot but transform the core of our being into that embodying the essence of compassion, living in accordance with a higher order?

What dead end can we not trust is approaching, that we've neglected to follow the wisdom of a higher guidance - stubbornly advancing in directions we know will not bring fulfillment?

Why have we insisted on being so strong, building walls keeping out not only threats, but our potentially most wonderful blessings?

Why have we been so fearful of being vulnerable, denying our fragility and at all cost avoiding exposing our deepest truths?

Where have we not been honest with ourselves about what's been going on in the deepest recesses of our souls, lying about the degree to which we've been hurting & have not yet healed?


Where have we not been true to ourselves?

Where have we not been serene in accepting the idea we cannot change - resisting the uncontrollable, fighting an invisible enemy, hoping to gain dominion over the realm of God?

Where have we not called forth our courage in the matters we can change - teetering on the brink of indecision, having doubted our power to produce that we most desire?

Where have we been foolish to think we have ultimate power over people & events - stubbornly persisting in the abuse of our spirit, trying to conform circumstances to our arbitrary ideals?

And where have we opened to the wisdom guiding us into action on the paths on which we can choose our outcomes - responsibility leading ourselves & others into the future with confidence & faith?


What is more painful - carrying the hurts of our past, or having not followed the callings of our souls?

What is more damaging to the spirit - oppressive & restrictive circumstances, or having disconnected from the graces of God allowing us the power to transcend those circumstances?

What is more empowering - the pursuit of knowledge & external support, or the recognition of and commitment to developing our inner value, or the purpose of serving others in their journeys of empowerment?


What is more liberating - the positive thinking allowing us an escape from our shadows, or the shift in awareness & being giving us the realization of those shadows as illusions to be shattered and replaced with Truth & light?


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I was (maybe at a time) guilty of pretending to be stronger than my problems rather than actively seeking a solution. It eats deep into one, and destroys from the inside. It sounds crazy but when you recognize how limited you are, it is actually quite liberating

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It sounds crazy but when you recognize how limited you are, it is actually quite liberating

Reminds me of one concept I’ve contemplated a lot before, how the whole, “I am limitless,” dogma in the personal development & inspiration movements is bullshit - completely delusional.

whereas, it is in the acceptance of what limits actually do exist, where we have our eyes open, conscious to the realities in front of us, rather than operating on flawed belief systems - thus able to navigate the territory with clarity and work effectively within the boundaries, expanding them in accordance to natural Law if desired, rather than blindly striving for what’s unachievable out of ignorance.

I probably wrote and posted something about it here at some point, though can’t recall where/which.

God created this universe with an aim so is the life of the human. A life without aim is a candle without it's light, worthless. Materialistic approach brings ease in one's life but an eternal happiness comes when one adopts the spirituality.

The questions you arose are a shadow of the life which demands morality, justice and accountability to adopt the life style for which Gd created the universe.

A true and an awesome blog full of philosophy by Great mind @rok-sivante , Highly appreciated :)

My humble conception

Why have we insisted on being so strong, building walls keeping out not only threats, but our potentially most wonderful blessings?

We all have separate organs connected with one soul but isolation of any keeps us close to our graves.

Even the mighty needs alliance...nobody is an island but anybody that wishes to be has abridged the communication the body and soul have in common.

What is more painful - carrying the hurts of our past, or having not followed the callings of our souls?

Thinking of the mistakes of the past is the most painful event since I started thinking outside the box...if there can be a lucid imagination of the future even the dead would want to strive to live.

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Thinking of the mistakes of the past is the most painful event since I started thinking outside the box

Yet, it is those hurts of the past which contain the seeds of wisdom with which we are equipped to co-design our futures with greater conscientiousness... ;-)

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Affirmative! Our past is like a map for retracing our steps

this question hit me deep

How many of us have fallen short of success again & again, driven by survival instincts rather than spiritual intuition?

this encapsulates the story of my life. it's really hard to answer and I would have to give this some thoughts. thanks for stirring my thoughts in the right direction. if you don't mind I would like to answere these questions in posts I would be making in the coming weeks?

instead of searching for answering, ask the right questions

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Sure. If they’ve seeded inspiration, they’ve served their purpose well, and I hope what answers come out shall be of inspiration to those who read them... :-)

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Yeah, I hope so too. thanks

I believe that everyone seeks a happy life, the world needs less injustice and hypocrisy, this world needs peace and respect with each other so we can live better in this.

your thoughts are very deep, i appreciate. you know who you are?

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Always rediscovering and re-creating... ;-)

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i really appreciate your aim. you are very good please to meet you. it is my honor to follow you

Your series of questions is very difficult to answer, and I acknowledge that all of your questions really happened in our lives. these questions will only be answered when we are willing to self-reflection. you pack these questions in an unusual form, the question you arrange is similar to poetry. and I think if your questions are only to be considered and not to be answered and to be motivated to become better individuals.

Everyone experiences it as you wrote above. I think, everyone wants to live their lives well and safely. So, we must live our lives according to the rules. I am a Muslim, so I live my life by following the rules of Islam. So my life is better and safer.

I dont know if there is such a thing like spirit or soul. The hard part is to swift your mind, i dont know how to do it. We all need a father figure in our lifes to solve our problems but it doesnt work that way , I dont know what's the grace of God is, i dont think there is a loving God . we our all alone here but at least romanticizing our pain makes it a little bit easier to move on