Day 330: Anticipating what I will find before I find it

 

Today is another day that I will be working on a mind construct – which is a tool I have learned through the Desteni I Process life coaching course, which enables me to deconstruct my mind, and thus understand and change the behavioral patterns/habits that I am living so that I can free myself from my own self-imposed limitations of fear and self-interest, and truly live the life I want to live, a life that is best for all.

 

I noticed an interesting point, which came up as a thought-projection in my own mind, upon the mere idea of working on my mind construct – that was the thought of ‘what I will find’.

 

Now what is so effective and unique about doing a mind construct is that it provides on with a method through which they can objectively investigate their own mind, which will in a way ‘take them out of observer mode’ – meaning that it will take away the opportunity for the mind to in any way skew or alter that which you are investigating and discovering about yourself as the mind. This is a crucial point as I learned a long time ago how the mind (or what we call ‘personality/character’) literally takes on a life of it’s own and thus will find all kinds of ways to further deceive, fool and ultimately permit you from exposing it, and therefore changing/removing it.

 

So the point of this post is simply to illustrate how important it is to find ways to help yourself, within the understanding and consideration of the point that ‘you are your own worst enemy’, and thus helping yourself becomes quite a paradox, unless you do find methods such as through which you can truly get an objective grasp on what is really going on with you. Using the support of others who are willing to assist and support you without judgment, as a form of cross-referencing, is another good example/useful way of doing this. One indicator of the effectiveness of doing mind constructs in giving oneself an objective view of their own mind is that as you work on a mind construct, you have no idea what you are going to get, and will often be surprised at what you find.

 

So the point here is to simply do the work and unconditionally investigate, letting go of the desire to control, letting go of the desire to skew the results and present the reality of yourself/your world in a particular way that suits only the self interest of the mind/ego. From this perspective, the mind of every human is like their own nation, complete with their own dictator and propaganda department, producing the disinformation that restricts us from ever learning the truth of ourselves. The use of tools like the mind construct or the support of a buddy to cross reference through programs like the Desteni I Process course would be like the advent of the internet which allows for the breaking down of borders to be shown another way, to be shown that there is more to ourselves and life than we may have not yet realized or understood otherwise.

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