At First Sight

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At First Sight

When an infant is born we do everything for them of coarse they have no skills yet they know only to cry out for help but as they get a little older and start to reach out its important that we don’t help so much we let them challenge their self, you may think they are struggling to reach a toy but look closer they are wiggling, grunting, but not crying out for help. Its the parents that moves the toy closer for them taking away the challenge, no one wants to win a game because someone let them win . By doing this the child learns a new challenge and that’s to get you to do it for them .

With this being the child’s experience they may become the small child stomping their feet demanding their parents to give them what they want. This creates a faults sense of self  the ego, with the ego saying  “yes I need help here, how dare you not give me what I need” I can’t do this on my own” and the parent’s ego agrees, “yes I should do everything for this child, This child is my child… different from your child !”. And the ego is passed down like a bad gene.

We start to compare our parenting skills to our own parents;  The ego tells us ” My parents didn’t ever help me, I had it tough,  if my parents had stayed together, if my parents loved me more.”, and your ego tells you yes’,” I’m a better parent then my parents were”.

Most of us were un- taught to be present held captive by our parents ego, brain washed and given an ego of our own .  and some may never get back to presence, until they are close to death. They say that most kids by age 8 have already developed the ego, and lost their awareness of the now, they no longer look at the world the same; they may start to judge, and label. They start to develop their stories; “I shouldn’t be treated like this, she is ugly, I am ugly, I need, I don’t have, I want, they don’t like me, I am this way because…. , I have a rights!… I have an illness, my parents are divorced,  it’s my teachers fault, I am better then you”.

We came in this world with presents and will leave with presents.

Imagine seeing life with such presence, it’s like seeing everything for the first time but with the practical knowledge needed to function.

Being focused makes people feel alive it brings them peace, everything starts to align in their life’s  It’s almost magic, we suddenly know what to do, where to go, and life starts to line up for you.

Without focus, without being conscious, we never fully become ourselves. The Bible says an eye for an eye, which means what you put out you get back, negative energy out, negative results back.

Thinking is energy , positive thinking leads to positive results, but above thinking is a place where awareness live’s  a place where the  false self/ ego  cannot survive. This is the place where we find peace and comfort. this place is ” presence” A place we are born with the  knowledge of but most have lost  sight of .

Life Is A Paradox

Life is a paradox 

Living without the ego 

 

We sometimes need to be blind to see, to live is to know death, to be in control of your life is to let life be as it is, to win the fight is to surrender, to listen so carefully, so intentional, you can feel the sound, that! is to truly hear. When you let life flow… you let amazing things happen, Life has no social status, anyone can see the sound, and anyone can find the question to the answer, complicated but is so simple.

 Life struggles are easy without ego.  Things we achieve without ego are the only things that will make us truly happy.

 

When we learn that… and that is a hard one to learn, we will learn true gratitude, appreciation for life, and with that gratitude and appreciation we long to give, and with longing  to give we can learn to receive with grace.

Knowing… we’ll always have enough,  no fear of abandonment, frustration, no worry of losing.

Tomorrow never comes… when you wake up its going to still be today! enjoy the journey