#lecture #audio Suppressing Yourself Leads to Destruction
- Even if you mess up in the past, suppressing yourself or disabling yourself from the good things in life does not make you holy nor venerable.
- Being fearful to LIVE and experience good things because of past mistakes, fallouts, mess-ups, disappointments, letdowns, setbacks and the like is simply another form of consciousness enslavement.
- To actually do better, you have to try again. Proverbially, one must get back on the horse after you fall off to be a good rider. Similarly with relationships or opportunities, even if failure existed in the past, if one cannot look past this then they cannot fully heal.
- The full extent of healing one's self is to TRY AGAIN.
- The full extent of evolution is not to fall off the horse and never try again, rather, to very much get back on it and give it another chance till you get it right.
- Suppressing yourself leads to inner egoism, BDSM-like sexual fantasies and other disturbing elements creep up.
- The human being who suppresses themselves out of some misguided form of honor or venerability is equally as delusional as the human in psychosis.
- Suppressing one's self is a slow, painful torture that in no wise helps you - even if you made mistakes in the past. Indeed, a certain form of restraint for formerly terrible behaviors should be carried out, but never and never should past disappointments or bad upbringings etc. be the reason you stop moving or that your fire is unlit.