sandra wrote:at1with0 wrote:sandra wrote:you have no fear of being proven wrong, because you have experienced the truth of most other thought processes within god belief, and you begin to realise that being proven wrong is only of service to you.
The one who proves me wrong is myself. But that's just "my stuff."
Yes, true, I said being proven wrong, because thats how most people would view those things. Its more like let go, grasp, and let live.
Expanding and contracting like breathing... is how it works for me. Sometimes the sights that lay before me destroy my beliefs and other times my confidence is invulnerable.
Most people fear change in thought processes, the more we let go, grasp, and let live, the more we have to live for.
I am also afraid in change of modes of perception. Tonight things are behaving abnormally for me. They used to always appear that way, smoke and mirrors, and I have conditioned myself to not perceive this way but the level of smoke/mirrors is now very intense. It's not downright terrifying, but it is spooky. Does saying that make me vulnerable? Hehe
I thought I had something else to say but I forget what...