The only thing I'd add is that unfortunately, I've seen people who have managed to live out their entire lives never facing the truth about anything or at least, very little. Their entire life is one of pain and denial. Perhaps the current and upcoming changes will force a recognition that many will be unable to navigate. A case of too much too soon.
That's why it's so great that we have the opportunity here to deal with and release our traumas little by little so that we aren't completely overwhelmed. While it can feel as if it's too much to take when we are mirrored or have to do what it doesn't 'like', I think it's really the safest and most effective way of detoxing - releasing lies we are holding onto in the form of foods that aren't optimal, disinformation, trauma, etc. Each time we choose to face truth without blinking, in all it's forms, we are incrementally healed and hopefully gain the strength to face the next challenge.
I agree, collectively there's so much denial in humanity and with the coming changes (or came changes), those in the most denial, will no doubt face the reality behind what's denied very directly. Perhaps it's set to be a time of real growth or at least it's a real opportunity for us as whole. But you're right Truth Seeker, the incremental approach is much more rapid, being as open as we can to the reality of ourselves and the world right now and at every moment, just makes us that much more capable to face whatever changes occur, and we grow in tune with them.
This is sooo TRUE! The truth sets us free, and unless we don't realize this (learn to be honest with ourselves) we will only prolong our own suffering and maybe that of others, until we finally GET IT! After all, wherever you are you carry yourself with you (and the less you lie to yourself, the lighter you are- oh! and more fluid). Of course, this is only the first step in personal development (acknowledging and recognizing our own limitations), b/c the real work is out there in the field where we put the words we speak into actions (I humbly admit that I am still struggling with this, cos at times I can really be a talker- instead of more being a walker, so to speak )
Yep, truth sets you free, but it carries with it another kind of "burden": RESPONSIBILITY. And only those with conscience are brave enough to accept personal responsibility.
For sure Denis, I reckon it's a natural consequence of learning to want to do things based on what we learn. Reminds me of a quote from the Bible:
"But be doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving yourselves. For if anyone is a hearer of the word and not a doer, he is like a man who looks intently at his natural face in a mirror. For he looks at himself and goes away and at once forgets what he was like. But the one who looks into the perfect law, the law of liberty, and perseveres, being no hearer who forgets but a doer who acts, he will be blessed in his doing." (James 1:22-25)
I myself have walked away from my own mirror often, afraid of acting on it, never did me much good
After reading Ra material, i got intuitive idea, that all mental constructs within mind reflected on some level of emotional/physical body is some form. It can be in the form of blockage. There are thousands of it. Removing it lets energy flow freely through body. I formed intention to verify this idea and selected a method.
Maybe it is not so efficient as letting
those of you who want desperately to avoid fear and anger, and
who are really afraid of these feelings, have something great to learn through these emotions. They are
techniques that move you beyond your personal boundaries of identity and behavior, and you are simply
afraid to experience this.
All vibration I got last 1.5 years was my feelings to real life situations. I did concentration on it, tried to remember its pain to reproduce it again and again. It is energetic method to release block.
But best way to remove it is expirience it through real life situations. Come through the fear. Detecting thought forms helps to plan this expirience.
In the beginning my "blue print" was "non-acceptance". There were 2 primary cases. First - I belived that what is suggested to me is simply "wrong"/"no need". Second - I feared to expririence what is suggested. I accepted both. First was lesson to serve and examine results, second - come through fear.
When most fears were removed I changed a tactic. To many suggestions I simply replied "no" without any explanation and motivation. It did effect close to anger, but without energy release.
On later stages "removing anger" and "do not motivation" of others helps them to unblock themself and express their will and me to face to new situations.
I get what you're saying Maxim.m, but I believe others have mentioned the flavour of what you say. It feels dare I say, mechanical like you're constructing a personal methodology / philosophy really geared to avoid something in yourself. Perhaps it's due to the language barrier, but I think when a number of people are saying a similar thing, it's worth considering what's being mirrored.