Soul Correction: Global Transformation

Soul Correction: Global Transformation

With a title like that, you would expect that a soul correction like that will encourage the human to direct all their attention outward and try to change, improve, transform other people’s lives.

But when it comes to soul correction, normal societal logic doesn’t apply.

If you want to cause anything outside of you, you really have to cause it inside of you. Bummer, right?

All the revolutionaries, and campaigners, and reformers, and global warming people, and conspiracy theorists, listen up!
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Soul-Correction: Self Esteem

You must have heard that problems with one of the senses are usually compensated for through increased sensitivity of other senses or organs. For example, persons that had lost their hearing may delight in particularly acute eyesight or the sense of smell.

You can hear better in darkness where your eyes are disengaged, or with your eyes closed.

Our mind tells us, even, to hold our breath when we want to feel or hear… big mistake. We spend a lot of our life not breathing.

Now, given that this article is about low self-esteem, let me tackle it for you, and let me combine this topic with another one: self-discipline.

What is the origin of low self-esteem? You will be surprised to find out that the origin of that is not that your dad yelled at you, it is not that your mom called you names.

No, the origin is that you expected yourself to be able to do things well that you weren’t equipped to do well.

Now, I am not saying that your parents weren’t stupid, I think they were stupid of expecting you to do things that you could not do, but their stupidity doesn’t take your self-esteem, it is your mistake that does.
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What is MY Tikkun?

zeus, chief god in greek mythologyAs I said in my last blogpost, my 72-name is “Forget Thyself.”

In my “Your Soul’s Purpose” process it was worded this way “Bring The Divine to Everything.”

different wordings, neither of them made a difference, until today.

As I was reflecting on the last article I wrote, it occurred to me that one of my “unanswerable questions” is: “Am I smart enough?”

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