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419: What is the Living Word?

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Before the final blog in the series I've been walking, here is a Live Desteni I Process Google Hangout I hosted this evening, with a fellow destonian on Living Words:

What does it mean to become the Living Word? How is one able to redefine words so that they are practically lived? Why is it important for us to understand our relationship to words? How does your definitions of words influence your life? Join Us as we discuss these questions and many more with our guest Mike McDonald as he shares with us his process of self-empowerment through redefining words.




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418: Giving Up My Emotional Want

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Finishing up the last part of this blog series I've been walking. Read the following for context:
414: Hiding Out in a Limitation
415: The Belief about Self behind a Limitation
416: Get Comfortable with the Uncomfortable Experience
417: A Compromise and Consequence of Self-Interest

When and as I see myself holding onto a fear rather than considering others in my environment and how my actions may affect them physically, I stop and I breathe. I see, realize and understand that I’m giving more value to a fear than actual physical reality, and only through accepting and allowing self interest could create such a point and so I commit myself to stop existing within my own self interest and instead dare to consider those around me, and how my actions effect them, and how in my lack of change, I can create consequences not only for myself, but for others as well

When and as I see myself existing within a starting point of want/fear of getting/not getting the lesser traffic computer station…

417: A Compromise and Consequence of Self-Interest

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I've been looking at this point that opened up at work last week, and it's interesting to see the different layers/dimensions of it. First there was the fear, the limitation, and the belief about myself behind the limitation. Now to the self interest. Read the previous blogs for context:
414: Hiding Out in a Limitation
415: The Belief about Self behind a Limitation
416: Get Comfortable with the Uncomfortable Experience

The following is self-forgiveness for the Self interest of wanting my ‘wants’ based on fear/emotions and so not considering others physical needs:

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not consider others needs when a fear is driving me to make decisions within my work environment

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to see and hold my fear of being at a high traffic computer and the potential of more interaction with people at work become more important to me than how another is physically, where I will not give up the co…

416: Get Comfortable with the Uncomfortable Experience

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Continuing on with the self-limitation shared in my previous blog, here are the corrective and commitment statements from the self-forgiveness shared in yesterday's blog. For more context, check out the series so far:

414: Hiding Out in a Limitation
415: The Belief about Self behind a Limitation

When and as I see myself fearing standing at the high traffic computers at work, I stop and I breathe. I see, realize, and understand that this is based within an idea that the more people I will deal with, the more potential there is for conflict. I commit myself to not participate in this fear, based on an idea and instead work with my physical environment, as my physical surroundings, my body, and my breathing.

When and as I see myself resisting to stand in a position where I will more likely interact with more people, such as the high traffic computer stations at work, I stop and I breathe. I see, realize, and understand that this fear is simply a resistance I’ve created to making a mistak…

415: The Belief about Self behind a Limitation

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So continuing from the previous blog, there are two points requiring self-forgiveness. In this blog I will address the first point,  Limiting myself within a fear/resistance/avoidance to standing at the ‘higher traffic’ computer stations at work.

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to fear standing at the high traffic computer stations at work within the idea that the more people I will deal with, the more potential for conflict exists

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to fear situations and experiences where I might make a mistake, or where there may be conflict with others, and to within this, allow a resistance to standing in such a position where I will more likely interact with more people

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to want to stand at a computer station at work that was told to me to be the one with lesser traffic of guests, and to within this, want to stand here because within this, thinking and believin…

414: Hiding out in a Limitation

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One point I am seeing within myself at work is a point of self-dis-empowerment.

There are 3 computer/work stations where I work, and while I was in training, I was told a certain station had less traffic then the others, and one had the most traffic. I’ve noticed now, since being out of training, and on my own, my first choice of work stations is the one that apparently has the less traffic. Initially I considered this was a point of getting comfortable still with the job position, and as I was still learning the job and getting amalgamated, I was wanting to be there with the less guest traffic, as being less pressure essentially.

Though today I saw it more in relation to two specific points: self-interest and a limitation I am accepting and allowing. 

A self interest point because another worker also prefers that station, the one with the apparent less traffic. Though it’s due to a physical comfort point, where the computer screen is higher for her and so less pressure on her back. Whe…