Day 67: Laziness and Procrastination

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I forgive myself that I’ve accepted and allowed myself to be lazy and procrastinate

 

I forgive myself that I’ve accepted and allowed myself to not realize that procrastinating is the procreation of fear wherein fear will be an inevitable experience when I accept and allow myself to procrastinate as there exist an awareness that valuable time has been lost and that I have not done what is necessary to create a successful life on earth for myself as life but instead procrastinated in self interest believing that I can escape the self responsibility of creator

 

I forgive myself that I’ve accepted and allowed myself to not realize that laziness is a drug of the mind where I allow myself to be intoxicated by the belief that I can escape myself/my reality through entertainment and distraction which is a form of ego in wanting to play God, believing that I can get away with what is not possible to get away with – abdicating self responsibility

 

I forgive myself that I’ve accepted and allowed myself to not see and identify laziness and procrastination as forms of resistance and that I’ve not allowed myself to see and realize that what I resist will persist as self responsibility as life is always here and must always be lived in any moment, and that any belief that I am able to resist self responsibility is a mental illusion that it is actually possible to escape the self responsibility of being here in the physical as even death is no escape from self responsibility, but rather death is the escape of the illusion as all illusions end at death

 

I forgive myself that I’ve accepted and allowed myself to use the excuse/justification of “I’m not ready” or “I’m too tired” as excuses to be lazy and procrastinate when this is not in fact so and that I must give myself a chance to walk through this resistance by always trying/applying myself

 

I forgive myself that I’ve accepted and allowed myself to use the excuse that I don’t have the time to apply myself when in fact there is always enough time, and it is instead just a matter of priorities

 

I forgive myself that I’ve accepted and allowed myself to resist changing myself and be lazy with regard to applying myself in process within the belief that it is somehow difficult, not realizing that applying myself in process is a simplistic application where I’m able to simply look at what is here in self honest writing to investigate who I am and do the relevant self forgiveness, and that this is actually quite a fun process as I move myself and no longer accept and allow myself to be limited to laziness/procrastination/resistance and that every time I do this, I learn, grow and accumulate a new me that is self directed and not limited to energy/feeling of the mind

 

I commit myself to apply myself daily/consistently in self writing as self support and stop all laziness and procrastination with regard to my process or other daily tasks that require to be done

 

I commit myself to realize the self enjoyment and self directive principle/self will of no longer allowing myself to be limited to laziness/procrastination/resistance through walking through these experiences and applying myself in my process/whatever needs to be done, no matter what how strong the resistance or how believable the justification of this resistance may seem

 

I commit myself to walk through all temporary experiences of laziness/procrastination/resistance to see that it is only an energy ‘weighing me down’ and to no longer allow myself to be influenced/controlled/directed by this energy

 

I commit myself to always make the time to support myself through self honest writing and self forgiveness

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