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Day 434: How to Create Better Solutions

When faced with a problem, an issue, a difficulty, a tendency that I have noticed within myself, is that in the effort to correct/change this point, I will use positive, strong and abstract words. An example would be the following: I see that I tend to get angry at my partner for not picking up the dishtowel and placing it where I think it should be. I decide to correct this point and create the following correction: “I will love my partner and respect her even though she wants to do things differently in the kitchen”. Hence, a positive, yet, vague and abstract sentence. Now, what I have come to realize, is that this is a problem.

What is problematic with these types of corrections is that they do not offer a concrete, direct and immediate solution – there is not a set guideline for what to do when the pattern arise – and because of that it is very easy to fall back into old behaviors. Because what does it really mean to ‘love’ my partner in this context? Should I remain quiet? Should I go and give my partner a kiss? Should I look at my partner lovingly and then proceed to simply change the positioning of the dishtowel myself? And what does it mean to respect that my partner wants to do things differently in the kitchen in this particular situation? Should I then respect it, however, still be angry about it?

Vague words creates uncertainty and indecisiveness in the moment of correction, because we do not have a clear image/vision of what we are going to create. In the world system, this mistake can be found in my places. One example is human rights. They do sound lovely; we should respect everyone, and each person is born free and with the same rights as everyone else. Though in practical terms, what do these beautiful words mean? Should everyone then have the same salary? What does it really mean? And because there is no clear and precise structure placed through the words – what happens is… nothing. Since the implementation of Human Rights, next to nothing has happened – and partially – that is because there has not been a structural and specifically defined way forward.

What is important to think about when creating a correction/solution for oneself?

There are a few guidelines that I use when I define a solution for myself – and these I have found to consistently support me to define effective and empowering corrections. Firstly, I make sure that the correction is GROUNDED, and with that I mean that the solution is a physical or mental movement that can be easily understood and acted upon. An example would be, to take a deep breath. That is simple, easy to understand and practical solution. I know how to take a deep breath every day.

Secondly, I make the solution EASY. There is no point in designing/imagining a long and complex set of movements or words that I am to speak, because later in the day, I will forget it anyway. Hence, I have realized that I need something that sticks. I need a catchy solution, a bit like a song that sticks on my brain. One solution I had, when I practiced structure and following through on plans, was to each time I noticed that I wanted to veer and digress from what I was doing, to say: ‘No, focus’ – and then I turned my attention back to the project I was doing.

Thirdly, I push myself to have the solution be SPECIFIC. The solution should be complete and finished, precise, in what I am supposed to do, when and how – when the moment comes and the correction must be applied – there should not be anything more to consider – but simply to apply.

Thus, GROUNDED, EASY and SPECIFIC, these are three guidelines I use when creating and defining solutions for myself, and they have assisted and supported me a lot in defining supportive ways for me to live and correct inefficient living patterns.


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Day 362: It Is Not About The Plan, It Is About Who We Are

Today after I had waken up, I gave myself a moment to just sit, breath, drink my coffee and map out my day. It was restful, and any thought, projection, or inner vision that came up, I stopped it and brought myself back to breathing. At one point I had an experience of stress arise within me, and together with it a line backchat: ‘I cannot sit here and waste away all my morning just breathing, I have to get up and do stuff’. I breathed and let go of the stress, and brought myself back here.

Afterwards I felt relaxed and clear within me, and with ease I flowed into the rest of my day, and began taking care of my responsibilities and commitments. I experienced myself differently than otherwise, I was more stable, I moved slower, and fascinatingly enough, I was a lot more effective than normal. Things seemed to do themselves when I was around – and I moved myself from task, to task, until, I was done.

Reflecting on my day I can see that the reason as to why I had such a smooth and easy experience, and why I could move myself with ease, yet still get a lot done, was because of how it all started. I allowed myself to begin my day in stability, with clarity, grounded HERE in my human physical body – and that set the tone. I find it very interesting that things we perceive to be a waste of time, might actually be that which will make us more effective and get more things done – that which will fuel us to keep moving, and keep our focus and direction. Efficiency is not necessarily fast, it can also be slow, methodical, relaxed – a state of being that allows for physical energy to be used in a sustainable way. From a different perspective it is obvious common sense, because how can we expect to be efficient, if we have so much going on within ourselves that demands our attention.

This also exemplifies another point, we cannot beforehand judge a particular activity as either being supportive or not. Even though we might have a lot to do, many responsibilities that needs tending, it might be beneficial to sit down, and for a moment do nothing at all. Thus, we cannot judge activities based on our inner preconceived definitions and ideas, our own pre-programmed value system – because living effectively is not about following the norm – it is about creating a new supportive way of living and standing as an example for others so that we are able to change life on this earth as an express of who we are.

Another interesting point is that I was a lot more effective when I was silent, moved slowly, and took time for myself to stabilize before I took action. The same goes for walking any point in the world system. If we try to take action and make a difference out there, without first having done that for ourselves, without first having stabilized, cleared and supported ourselves to become stable, then we will face a lot of conflict. This happened to me, where I for example, was not even able to make a proper decision as to selecting a direction for myself in the world system, because I still accepted and allow too much fear within me in relation to my future.

Self must come first, then we can begin to walk our outside world. Our standing must be clear and stable, then we can begin to impart our awareness unto those around us. If there is conflict in our world in some way or another, the first thing that should be looked at is self – what is going on within? Is there a misalignment, a reaction, a program that has been allowed to run unchecked? Because even though we might believe that our world is separate from us – on a physical level that is not true – we do impact and move our reality in many ways – and the key to stability begins with clearing and correcting the inner reality.


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Day 261: Creating Movement – Part 5: Practical Solutions for Resistance

In this blog we are going to look closer at some practical solutions for resistance, that I have found works effectively. There are four applications that I have discovered helps a lot when that resistance comes up from within – and I will be walking through them in order.

Be clear on you new direction

The first solution is to be clear on your direction. In order to be able to walk through that tough, and difficult moment, when the resistance comes up, and you do not feel like doing anything, it is important that you have your direction in place. Basically this means the following: You know WHY you are changing, you know HOW you are going to change, you know WHAT will happen if you do not change (consequences) and you know WHAT will happen if you change (rewards).

If you are not clear on these points within yourself, you are going to find it much easier to give in, and give up when the resistance towards movement comes up from within. The reason for this being that you have not established a purpose, and reason for yourself, you are trying to change something, yet you are not entirely clear on why, how and what you are changing. Thus, my suggestion is that you sit down with yourself, and write out your reasons for changing.

Lets take an example from my own life, my law-studies. Now I experienced resistance towards studying and reading the course literature, though I knew that I had to do it in order to be able to pass my exams. Thus, I wrote about the point and established the following: I am changing this resistance into actually reading my books BECAUSE (why) I want to be able to earn my living as a lawyer. I will change this resistance through (how) sitting down and reading my books for two hours every day. If I do not do this for myself, I might not be able to pass my exams, and thus I cannot become a lawyer (consequence). Though if I do sit down and read the literature, I will pass my exams, and be able to have a enjoyable and challenging job in my future (reward).

Placing it before myself in this way I was able to clearly see the value in changing myself, and why I had to do it – and this helped me to push through in those moments when I did not feel like reading or putting down any time in my education.

Stick with your body

The next solution is to Stick With Your Body. Now, what does that mean? Well, look at it this way: Resistance is a energy that comes up from within, telling you to act and behave in a certain way – and this energy will feel real and overpowering when you go into it, start feeding it, paying attention to it, and change yourself according to it. But, if we take a look at your physical body – you will see that regardless of the resistance that comes up within you, it will still be there, the heart will still be beating, lungs and breathing working perfectly – most parts of the body will be stable, still and the same as before the resistance – and this is important to notice.

Resistance as such does not affect the body and instead the body moves itself on the basis of practical considerations, and if it would not do that – we would be dead a long time ago. Thus, if you, instead of going into the resistance energy, place your focus and attention on your breathing, and the sensations of your physical body – this will allow you to use the body as a point of grounding/stabilization. And when you stand with the body, on the ground, you are going to notice a fascinating thing: The resistance does not have power over you – it is only a energy – and regardless of its intensity you are still able to decide on how you move within and as your human physical body.

To sum it up: The body/physical matter transcends resistance – and when you stand with the body – you will be able to use its stability and groundedness to support yourself to move through the resistance and come out on the other side.

Know your enemy

The third solution is to know your enemy, and with this I do not mean that you should go into war with resistance and your mind – no – what I mean is that it is important to understand how resistance moves, and when it moves. My observations on this point is that resistance moves in quickly, and will peak after a while, but if you continue to move through the resistance, it will run out of fuel and die out. As such – resistance does not last – it has a due date and if you stick to your guns, and continue to move, resistance does not stand a chance.

Accordingly it has been supportive to me to, every time a resistance comes up within me, say to myself that: ‘Okay, here are you resistance – though you will not be here for ever!’ – and then I continue to push and walk through the experience. This helps because you get to understand that even though it feels overwhelming and tough, there will come a moment when the resistance is going to dissipate and you will be home through.

And then – its also supportive to know WHEN the resistance usually arise, because then you will be prepared, you will know what is coming, so that you can implement your new direction immediately as you sense that lingering urge to just not do whatever it is that you are supposed to be doing.

Just do it

The last point, and possibly the most potent of all the solutions I have walked through, and by far the most simplistic, is to: Just do it. No rocket science here – though fascinatingly enough – we tend to forget this fact and instead of moving, and directing ourselves in the physical, we start asking ourselves why we do not change, if there is something we have missed, or if there is something wrong with us, because we just cannot seem to change. I am here to tell you that there is nothing wrong with you; all you have to do is to do it. When you resist something, you take a breath, and move yourself to do it. It cannot be simpler.

So, when you find that you are wondering, or looking at potential reasons as to why you are not becoming more disciplined, then you know that ‘Shit! I am not actually DOING it!’ – and this serves as a nice alarm to know that its now time for you to get on with the doing – stop thinking about it – Just do it!

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So, these are my four practical solutions for dealing with resistance. Test them out, play around with them, and see what works for you. Maybe you will find that a combination of the applications or slightly changed application will work better for you. Transcending and learning to direct resistance is a personal process, and thus what works for me, does not necessarily have to work for you – though at least you know have some basic tools that you are able to start with.

In my next blog I am going to go into and explain the Rewards that come when you start moving through resistance, and begin your life of self-creation – it is a truly remarkable experience and the blog will definitely be worth reading.

Creating Movement – Part 1: Introduction
Creating Movement – Part 2: How laziness is created – external causes
Creating Movement – Part 3: How Laziness is Created – Internal Causes
Creating Movement – Part 4: Learning To Handle Resistance
Creating Movement – Part 5: Practical Solutions for Resistance
Creating Movement – Part 6: Baby Steps To Change
Creating Movement – Part 7: The Rewards

Day 151: Principle of Self-Purification

Today I will expand on the principle of:

Self Purification through Writing, Self Forgiveness and Self Application – the action of realizing I am responsible for my own thoughts, words and deeds, to forgive myself for transgressions and change myself to ensure I take responsibility for who, what and how I am and through this know that I can trust myself to always be honest with me and so others

This is a principle that I have committed to live by and one of the points that I’ve applied the most, and with notable returns – writing, self-forgiveness, and self-application is the simplest and most effective way I’ve found to establish real, substantial, and lasting self-change.

At this day, it was some six years ago that I first ran into these tools, and at first I found the notion of self-forgiveness to be quite strange, why should I have to forgive myself? What does it help if I say that I forgive myself? Though regardless of my initial resistance I decided to try it out, without expectations – needless to say this decision was the start of a new way of life – because within applying these tools I discovered the most amazing thing – its actually possible to change!

What initially blew my mind was the immediate effect of the tools – in particular I was amazed by how self-forgiveness spoken out loud had an direct physical effect – in speaking the words “I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed” – and then authentically targeting and letting go of a self-dishonesty, I experienced a direct physical release, and how I could in effect let go of emotions and feelings – simply through speaking and obviously meaning the words; naturally – this was nothing short of a epiphany for me – because suddenly – I had in my hand the tool of releasing myself from all the various emotional issues that I had carried around for most of my life.

Thus, it’s not strange that the tools of writing, self-forgiveness, and self-commitment statements have encompassed my life for the last six years – it’s been a theme that I have integrated into every part of my living and because of this – these last years of my life have unambiguously been the most rewarding, the most fascinating, and the most expansive that I have ever walked on this earth; because the truth is that there is no gift that can ever compare with the gift of self-mastery – and self-mastery is that which I’ve realized that I am able to give to myself through utilizing these tools.

How is it then that I apply and live these tools in my daily life? My way of working with and using these tools can be summarized in some very few words: Whenever I notice that I go into a state of being that is of a energetic nature – I make sure that I bring myself out of that state of being through utilizing the tools – and through using this simple approach – I have managed to transcend, walk through, and direct countless of mentally compromising points.

Though, it’s important to note that writing and self-forgiveness is only but the initial stages of self-change – because the real test lies in the actual physical change, which at all times must be self-willed – it can’t be given – it must be self-directed; and this is a important point to stress – because one of the mistakes I did as I began applying the tools was that I wanted the tools to do the work for me – and in that I missed that at the end of the day – I have to practically align myself to stand as the solution, as the correction, and as the decision of how I want to live. That being said, the tools are invaluable, because they enable one to create a foundation and a stability from which one is able to then make that stand and push oneself into physical self-change.

The tools that Desteni presents is the way forward for humanity, and in following, and reading the Journey to Life blogs written by countless of individuals, all applying these tools, this will become apparent. Thus, investigate writing, self-forgiveness, and self-commitment/self-corrective statements – try it out for 21 days and see what it can do for you – and I guarantee you will have all the proof you need.

Day 142: More Discipline

Today I am going to look at my tendency to go into fear of survival in relation to the future – and I have already written about this point quite extensively, as well as applied self-forgiveness, and specified a self-corrective application – thus: today I must look at specifically why it is that I haven’t stuck with my decisions – as well as refine my self-corrective application – so that the next time I am facing this particular fear point – that I immediately go to my self-correction and that I direct the point.

Let’s first look at the context of how the fear entered into my mind initially. I was talking to a person in my world about job opportunities, and this person notified me that for youngsters with the same education as me, it’s apparently quite difficult to get a job. So, in that moment as this was being said, I entered into a fear within myself, an anxiety that I wouldn’t be able to get a job, which then led me to start imagining, and then to start saving myself and my future in this imagination. Thus, what I see that I should’ve done, was to immediately in that moment, to stop myself, to bring myself back here to and as the physical, and say – NO – I will not go into and as that fear – I will not go into and as that anxiety – I will not follow the mind – I will remain here with and as my human physical body.

Self-forgiveness

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not in the moment as the fear arise within me, and as the whispering reason comes up within me, as to why I apparently should go into fear, that I immediately in that moment stop myself, that I immediately in that moment bring myself back here, and I immediately apply self-forgiveness on the point, and I breathe through the reaction, and I do not accept and allow myself to make any decision or form my future from within and as this experience of fear

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not utilize the tools of self-forgiveness, and self-corrective application, to in the moment as this fear of the future arise within me, that I immediately take a breath, and I bring myself back here, and I move myself through the reaction, and I do not accept and allow myself to in anyway be swayed

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not see, realize and understand that feelings, and emotions, particularly fear, is like these temptations coming up within me, asking me to follow them, asking me to come with them, and me to align with them, because apparently I am safe with them, much more safe than what I’d be with and by myself – and as such I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not take a breath, bring myself back here, and say no to the temptations, and instead make the decision to earth myself, to be physical here, within and as my human physical body

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not see, realize and understand that I require to be disciplined and strict with myself, and that I will be tested by the mind, as the reactions will come up, and they will allure me with these tempting reasons as to why I should go into the reaction, why I should go into the fear, why I should give up on my decision, and my principles, and just leave them by the roadside, and go into and as a complete possession – and as such I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not see, realize and understand that these are moments of truth so to speak, that it’s in these moments that I require to push myself, to stand through the wave, to walk through the wave, and not accept and allow myself to be swayed or toppled

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not see, realize and understand that the real test whether I’ve actually transcended, and moved through a pattern is when I am faced with the pattern, and I stand through, and move through it, and as such I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not discipline myself even further in terms of fear, and anxiety reaction, to each time there is a notion of such a thought, or reaction coming up within me, that I immediately stop, that I do not accept and allow myself to follow that thought, to follow that reaction, but that I in that moment do myself the greatest favor, and I apply the tools, I live the tool of self-forgiveness, and I correct myself

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not be honest with myself, and recognize when and as I’ve gone into a fear possession, which I am able to see by the way I communicate, by which questions I ask, by my general thoughts, wherein everything is directed unto me stabilizing and making sure that my future will be predictable and that it will contain money – and as such I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not when I notice this pattern coming up within me, when I notice that I am going into a physical state, and a physical possession of fear, that I immediately stop myself, I take a breath and I bring myself back here – and I correct myself

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not see, realize and understand that self-forgiveness is useless I in-fact live it – and thus – in relation to this fear point – I commit myself to make my self-forgiveness worthwhile – through disciplining myself to remain here and not go into the fear – not go into the experience – but instead remain here

Self-commitments

When this fear of the future come up within me, as a sneaky thought, or a emotion, trying to get my attention, and get me into a pattern of looking at and attempting to protect myself from my future, I immediately stop myself, I take a breath and I bring myself back here – and I see, realize and understand that I require and have to in this moment CHANGE – which I do through NOT FOLLOWING the point coming up within me, and thus I commit myself to live discipline, and live steadfastness – and stick with my decision to not go into this fear but instead remain here with and as my human physical body – with and as breath

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Day 141: Consistency

The simplicity of process – this is a point that has come up listening to the most recent interview by Anu called I am Constant, Unchanging: Here Anu shares the simplistic key to process which is to in every moment be alert – and when a thought, emotion or feeling comes up – to immediately apply self-forgiveness – depending on the circumstance – either silently or out loud – and then make a commitment statement – and live it; in essence approaching life as being a constant process of creation, where every moment is a opportunity for self-creation.

It’s very suitable that this point have opened up, because looking at what I am facing in my process at the moment, I am able to see that it’s these stubborn, deep seated, and ingrained points – my basic programming – and I’ve found it very difficult if not impossible to actually direct these points, though now I see where and how it is that I’ve faltered and why I’ve fallen. The simple truth is that I’ve not applied the tools in every moment these points have come up, and because I’ve allowed moments to slide, the reactions have built, and then I’ve experienced them to become overwhelming, while they weren’t overwhelming in the beginning, but due to my lack of application, they built, and built, and then I experience them to be to much for me to take on and change.

Thus, I realize that living Consistency is the key – Consistency being that I stick with the tools, walk and apply the tools in every moment, every time a reaction emerge within me, and that I do not accept and allow a point to slide – I stick with breath, and when I notice that movement within me, I take it upon myself to immediately stop and direct the point – and remain steadfast in that decision – and it’s not that much to ask from myself – because how much effort does it take to stand and direct myself each time a movement occurs within? Not that much – it takes that I am present here, and when I notice a movement, I move myself – rather than waiting, creating consequences myself, and going into an experience of finding it to be overwhelming, which is completely unnecessary.

Accordingly, I will the coming days practice living this word of Consistency, along with the word Alertness – bringing these two together to in every moment of breath stand Alert – ready to move, direct and apply myself – as well as standing Consistent and Steadfast in this application – so that I am Alert in every moment – and in the end it’s merely a shift of priorities that requires to happen; because up to this point I’ve prioritized my mind, going into the mind, and procrastinating self-direction – now it’s to change this direction to instead prioritize myself and self-movement and self-application in every moment – changing my prioritizes from energy to life – from mind to the physical.

Simple – now what is required is for me to live it.

Self-forgiveness

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not apply the tools of self-forgiveness, self-commitments statements, and breathing, effectively, in real time, each and every time a movement occurs within me that is of mind, and as such I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to complain, and whine that certain points doesn’t want to change, instead of realizing, that I am not moving myself, willing myself, and consistently applying change, and thus, how am I in anyway able to expect that change should occur?

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not see, realize and understand that in this process of birthing self as life from the physical, the key point to realize, and live, that will make all the difference for me, is consistency, is that I apply the tools every time a reaction comes up within me, that I immediately go into self-movement, and self-direction, and that I apply this consistently, constantly, at all times until it becomes a second nature, and it’s WHO I AM in the flesh

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not see, realize and understand that I am able to program myself into and as living certain applications naturally, automatically, immediately, and that it’s merely an effort to create such points in the beginning of the self-creation process, when the points have not yet been automated – and as such I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not push myself to develop consistency as a automated expression, making consistency something that is me naturally in every moment of breath, wherein I make it natural for me to see, and apply myself in every moment completely, fully and totally, wherein I don’t accept and allow a point to slide, but I instead move myself, I motivate myself, and I direct myself

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not see, realize and understand, that when a particular point is timelooping, and when I seemingly can’t move the point, or direct it – what is to blame is not the point in itself, and what I should look at is instead WHO I AM – my application, my movement, and my direction, and as such I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not see, realize and understand that I haven’t in-fact pushed myself to apply the tools in every moment of breath, and that I haven’t pushed myself to walk self-forgiveness, and self-commitment statements immediately and instantaneously as a reaction occur within and as me

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not utilize each and every moment, as a moment of self-creation, and a moment wherein I can further my application of immediate living, immediate expression, and actually create myself, from an energy based being, to a being living principled – as such I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not be consistent in this application of myself, and accept and allow myself to as such consistently apply self-forgiveness, self-commitment statements, and then take these words into physical real living immediately

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not see, realize and understand that the reason as to why I’ve experienced some points to be particularly difficult, is not so much because the points are deeply ingrained and seated, but rather because I’ve not in-fact applied the tools when the opportunity is here, but instead postponed, waited, and somehow hoped that that the point coming up from within would change by its own volition – and as such I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not stand as the force of life in every moment of breath, to not stand as my own velocity, and as such end this hope that something is going to change by itself, and realize that if I want to have change on a inner, and outer level, I must create it, I must will it, and I must motivate it into application, physical, real time, and actual application

Self-commitment statements

I commit myself to make each moment a moment of self-application and self-movement, and I commit myself, to when a movement occurs within, to immediately step in, and walk the point – to as such stand at the cutting edge of time – which is the HERE of breath – wherein I am able to deal with and direct everything coming up within me immediately as it arise – and that I as such do not wait – do not postpone – and do not hope for change – but I instead live change

I commit myself to become constant and consistent in my application of alertness – and immediate application – so that each breath, each day, and each moment, becomes a moment of self-application, where I move myself, and I push myself to expand and go beyond my limitations – as such I commit myself to live each moment fully – completely – and totally

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What is Relevant?

An interesting question to ask oneself in terms of walking process, as well as walking any other point in one’s life is “what is relevant?”

Because I’ve noticed the tendency within myself of wanting to focus upon issues and points that aren’t relevant what so ever in terms of what I am facing within myself, or in my reality. An example of such an unnecessary consideration in terms of dealing with a point within me would be to ask myself the question of why? Because how does that question in-fact support and assist me to deal with the point that I am facing?

To further exemplify this point: I would experience myself depressed a morning as I woke up, and I would lie in my bed and ask myself to question – why? But does me having the answer to why actually support and assist me to change my experience of myself as depression? Is the question of why in-fact relevant?

What is it that is relevant? What is it that is important?

It’s not the why – it’s not the what – it’s not the when – it’s in-fact the how – because only in asking myself how I am living a certain point of self-limitation, or how I am manifesting into my a world a point of failure am I able to take back self-responsibility and realize that – I am the HOW – and only the HOW matters to who I am. Why I am doesn’t matter because I am already here. When I am doesn’t matter because I am already here. What I am doesn’t matter because I am already here. How I am does matter because I am able to change myself as the how.

HOW as in WHO – How I am  – Who I am – Who am I? That’s the only relevant question that exists as it implies a stand of taking full responsibility, of self-empowerment and self-assertiveness.

Thus – it’s fascinating to see that we as mankind as come to fall in love with the question of why, as we look in our minds, searching for the answer of “what is the meaning of life?” and “why am I here?

If we instead change these questions to “how am I the meaning of life?” or “how do I live meaning as myself in my life?” we instead bring the point back to ourselves, realizing that it’s not up to anyone else to decide what we are going to live, and how – but it’s in-fact all about ourselves and self-motivation.

And then if we take the other question of “Why am I here?” and change it to: “How am I here?” – then one again turn the question towards oneself to realize and understand there is no one able to give one the answer of “Why am I here?” – because it’s of one’s own decision, and one decide through living a statement of oneself as “Who/How I am”.

Thus – to summary – when one write, or introspect and one start to ask questions to oneself – it’s of great assistance to consider whether or whether not the questions are in-fact necessary and relevant, or whether the information, and the words one place down before oneself is in-fact necessary or relevant – because I’ve found that many times it isn’t; but I’ve instead wrote in automated mind-set, simply writing things down without questioning what statements I am actually creating.

So, to be aware and practice the skill of being self-responsible and practical in one’s writing can also be called self-directed writing – wherein one stop the urge to produce the patterns of the mind on the paper in front of oneself, and instead place down a self-directive statement as to HOW one is going to change the WHO I am to become a more effective and benevolent human being.