A warning at its core is a presentation of choice. One choice may not be liked but will end with little consequence. The other choice is presented with the result that significantly outweighs the benefits. A simple concept to understand with considerable implications.
Sometimes, I am presented with quite real threats. These threats are not products of paranoia or delusion; they are products of unkind people with often harmful motivations or intentions.
By focusing my will on the Warning...
Healing can come in many forms, not only the body repairing itself. It can come from changing a perspective, forgiving (or apologizing) to someone, transforming the way you live, or simply letting go of something that isn't working for you.
I am often paranoid about my health. I will get a slight discomfort somewhere in my body and immediately assume I have something far-fetched like 'cancerous space ebola.' Or, if it's something like heartburn, I'm 'obviously' having a heart attack and will...
One of my most despair-inducing category of thoughts is those of controlling the past. I fantasize of fantastical ideas about traveling back in time and making life better than it presently is.
This line of thinking is fun when it happens, but distracts me from something far less ludicrous, and far more productive; thoughts of controlling my future.
By focusing on the Acceptance marking, I harness the power of rejecting despair, regret, and feelings of missing out. I lose all of the...
The anxiety marking is the most curious of the marking I’ve encountered so far. Without even focusing on it, the marking creates a sense of mild panic, my chest tightens, and I cringe a little.
I have never intentionally used the anxiety marking, and I can’t honestly figure out why I would want to. Among the markings I’ve made thus far, it indeed is an enigma that I will be spending a long time trying to figure out.
I could theorize that perhaps its use may be appropriate...
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