Often the only way you'll notice your attitude when it goes away.
This is exactly what happened to me today. It started yesterday with a dull distaste in my belly, and today, as I was doing some research, it flipped... and I was left with seeing clearly that my arrogance and maybe condescension was an attitude.
It is hard to see oneself... but I got a glimpse of myself in this.
I am an experimenter, in spite of the support I get from Source.
I get answers, but sometimes I have wrong questions: questions that take me on a loop.
Health is the main area of loops... A loop is when you spend time battling windmills as if they were giants, like Don Quixote.
I have been under the weather. If you are foggy, fat, tired, maybe you can join me in some free treatment?
This has been a trying winter, lots of cold, lots of snow, very little time spent going outside.
I feel weaker, and it feels like I am on my last leg. When I shared this with my friend from University, she was talking about reversing, and going to the doctor... but I was resigned. But what this conversation did to her: I didn't like. And she is "just" a friend. And what this was doing to me... suddenly my sense of freedom is gone. I don't read for pleasure... life in hell has returned to me in patches. Thank god not all day. But enough...
The perfect combination to be wide open to be the sucker in the room.
I went grocery shopping today on my own. I was carrying some 20 lbs of groceries up the steps to get home. 1
I ran into Leo, my musician friend. I explained to him that carrying those 20 lbs of groceries illustrated to me what it was like to climb the steps a year ago, when I was about 20 lbs heavier. In 18 months I shed 40 lbs.
This article is about personal evolution... going from where, how, who you are today to a higher level, a higher organization where you can be, have, do more. 1
It's November 10, and the ground is covered with snow where I live. My hands are cold, I am contemplating putting on my typing gloves: gloves that the tip of the finger is cut off so I can type.
I started to keep my house cold in the winter a few years ago, but went all hogs with it last winter: my thermostat is set to 47 degrees (9 degrees Celsius) day and night, and I have a heating pad under my desk and a heating pad on the wall about two meters from my right shoulder on the wall in my office. I also have a heating pad in the bathroom that I turn on when I plan to take a shower.