When we experience ourselves experience ourselves experiencing ourselves, we are taking responsibility for ourselves right on the spot, at the exact moment in which we are actually experiencing ourselves experience ourselves—soon, taking responsibility for ourselves, for our lives translates not only during the time allotted for experiencing ourselves experiences ourselves as the only activity we are doing at that moment, but into how we are with all things, and all our relations, in every aspect of our life—and as this occurs, as a natural side effect, we simply become further hungry to experience ourselves experience experiencing ourselves, which becomes a loop.
This loops generates a desire for taking further responsibility for ourselves in our lives, in relation to all things and people, places and activities, and in turn begins to reflect back to us, our desire to directly, on the spot, in the exact moment of experiencing ourselves experience ourselves, to do just that, experience experiencing ourselves just as we are experiencing ourselves without fooling ourselves about whether we are actually experiencing ourselves experience ourselves or whether we actually are not and are only thinking—and only thinking about experiencing ourselves experience ourselves and only thinking about experiencing ourselves experience ourselves but actually are not experiencing ourselves experience ourselves thinking.
To become clear about these things in our experience becomes tremendously beneficial to us, once we make the motivational claim to actually want to experience ourselves experience ourselves, so that we can experience life more accurately for what life is. We gain such motivation as we discover the loop in our experience of, experiencing ourselves experience ourselves in the allotted, daily time to do so, as different from experience ourselves experience ourselves in other activities of relating to life, circumstances, and people.
The loop between experiencing ourselves experience ourselves during our allotted daily time to do so and in our lives as different than this allotted time to only do so, begins to intensify as we become hungry for more harmony in our lives. More harmony with experiencing ourselves experience ourselves, and getting clear in our experience what that is, and more harmony with experiencing reality for what it is, and becoming more clear about what it is to do so.
The loop between experiencing ourselves experience ourselves during our allotted daily time to do so and in our lives as different than this allotted time to only do so becomes indicative of simply what it is to be a person who hungers for harmony in life, for harmony in the lives of others. The loop becomes self-reflective in that, we see that by taking responsibility for ourselves, as expression of experiencing ourselves experience ourselves as different than merely thinking, as also through this distinction as becoming further desirous to take responsibility for if we are actually experiencing being in relation to others and all things, as experiencing only what that is to experience being in relation to what’s happening in our lives, as different than thinking we are experiencing what it is to be in relation to things in our lives.
Taking responsibility for ourselves in relation to all things, people, places, and activities, starts with simply a conscious desire to not want to cause harm or pain upon anything or anyone, and then, the next step is actually following through with that desire by not being a cause of pain or harm upon anyone or anything.
As we go along in this manner, between our time of experiencing ourselves experience ourselves as an expression of self-responsibility, and engaging responsibly with ourselves in relation to others, then the self-reflective feedback loop between inner-experience of whether we are upholding our activity as corresponding to our desire of not harming, not causing pain, for others, begins to intensify.
The feedback loop of self-reflection, as reflected in how we are doing with following through in not harming and not causing pain to others, becomes reflected in where we keep messing up. Messing up is not to become a motivator for perfection, because perfection isn’t a realistic expectation, but a thought, so, messing up between our desire to do no harm, not to cause pain to others, and our activity of follow-through, must be used as a moment/s of seeing how we are learning.
We must see, our messing up, as educational moments towards further self-recognition, and clarifying our perceptions, moments for waking up to, seeing and knowing, how to be helpful, how to cause less pain, confusion, harm, and suffering, how to act with less confusion in our approach towards our lives—and once we see it, we must implement it immediately, not later nor tomorrow but immediately.
We see we messed up, we made a mistake, we didn’t know we had caused some harm, or weren’t harmonious to a situation, and then we implement the difference in ourselves in accordance with others and the environment immediately. We integrate what we are learning on the spot, exactly at the moment. And when we do this, we evolve, and grow as people, and we evolve and grow as people very quickly, and in this sense, from the time we see we messed up to the time we learn and apply the difference, we are in the intensification of living our lives by our desires to not do harm to ourselves and to others.
The basic desire to not harm others or to ourselves, naturally arises through time, through our ongoing engagement with following through with our allotted time of experiencing ourselves experience ourselves, it’s here, through continually sticking true to our daily time dedicated only for experiencing ourselves experience ourselves, do we, as a natural result of being with ourselves, find ourselves wanting to take further responsibility for ourselves, to further clarify the difference between thinking and experiencing, when we are not fully being with ourselves in a moment—it’s like we just naturally see, through time, we want to continue to be with ourselves just like we are being with ourselves when we are experiencing experiencing ourselves experience ourselves, but in every moment with everything we do, with every encounter we have, with every action we make, we just naturally begin to desire to want to be as responsible with ourselves as we are with ourselves when we are doing nothing other than experience ourselves experience ourselves, as an extension into all the other engagements we have in life.
And as we do so, we also begin to feel a need to experience ourselves experience ourselves more and more, in order to know for sure whether we actually are experiencing ourselves experience ourselves, so that we can become even further clear as to whether we are subtly fooling ourselves or not. And as we gain feedback from the outside world in regards to how we’re being helpful or not, we then reflect upon and look out our experience to see whether we are actually fooling ourselves on some level, that we are in someway, hiding out from reality, that we are in someway not showing up completely, that we are in someway still clutching to some corner for some comfort as a form of not completely experiencing ourselves experience ourselves, right here, now in this exact moment.
And as we go along with this kind of feedback loop, naturally we just offer the ways in which we hold ourselves back from life and from experiencing how life actually is, in order to experience what there is now to experience that wasn’t available to us to experience previously. That on some level, we become hungry to experience what we’ve never experienced before, which isn’t like taking a cruise to experience what a cruise feels like, but rather, is like experiencing what we’ve never experienced before in relation to our immediate life because up until this moment, our lives have been limited from experiencing experience further due to causes and conditions surrounding our misaligned approach with reality, our misguided thoughts, beliefs, concepts, our unworked trauma, our unconscious ideas—that through experiencing ourselves experience ourselves through time, through our allotted daily time to do so, and then reaching out into the world of our lives as a further expression of wanting to experience ourselves experience ourselves, as going further than what we’ve experienced previous in our ordinary lives, we become hungry to want to learn about where we have hang-ups on reality, where we are shut-down, where our thoughts and beliefs are counter productive to our wellbeing and to the wellbeing of the circumstances, situations, emotions, and people we meet.
We become hungry to learn how to experience.
Basically we can, through experiencing ourselves experience ourselves through our daily allotted time to do so, see that all of our thoughts about reality, are only that, thoughts, and—if we stick with experiencing ourselves experience ourselves further, we can see, our thoughts about reality, are not only wrong, because they are thoughts about something, but we can see thoughts for what they are, as helpful and useful in relation to life, but thoughts are thoughts and reality is reality, and—through this distinction we can further recognize that our confusion between thoughts and reality have been an ongoing source of turmoil for ourselves, for others, and the external world.
And as we can become clear and clearer about seeing the difference between thoughts and experience within ourselves, within our experience, between actually experiencing ourselves experience ourselves and only looking at our thinking experience think, we are able to become less attached to our thoughts and beliefs about reality, allow our thoughts and beliefs to be as they are, and recognize in order to engage in life in a helpful and non-harmful way, we have to, must surrender what we think, in order to actually, directly, meet the circumstances and situations in our lives with more openness, with more possibility for experiencing what it is to experience reality, and all of what is happening, without getting in our own way.
By cultivating motivation to experience reality for just what it is through the continuation, through time, of experiencing ourselves experience ourselves on a daily basis, we naturally want to experience what it is to experience reality outside of what we ever thought about it, what we ever knew about it, what we had judged about it, what we came to believe about it, what we idealized about it, what we refused about it. As our motivation/s for engaging life changes, and is reflected in our behavior, and the people, places, activities, and situations we find ourselves with, the more our loop of experiencing ourselves experience ourselves during our daily allotted time intensifies, as well as, experiencing ourselves experience ourselves in life as different than our designated time for doing just that. We have to come to see that it is through, experiencing ourselves experience ourselves during our allotted time, do we naturally become interested in doing the same when we are away from only experiencing ourselves experience ourselves as the activity of the moment, and that we need the daily, designated time to do so, even more than we had ever thought, or had ever given credit for.
When we come to recognize in ourselves that we need to experience ourselves experience ourselves on a daily basis as a separate activity from other activities in our lives, then we have come to recognize how to be the most beneficial for ourselves, and the most helpful for engaging others, and engaging our lives as a whole. And as the feedback loop intensifies from experiencing ourselves experience ourselves on a daily basis as a separate activity from other activities in our lives, and from experiencing ourselves experience ourselves as attempt towards experiencing reality for what it is, which is motivated from the same responsibility for doing so, our motivation intensifies, our approach to towards our lives intensifies, our transformation intensifies, and our desire for being as helpful and non-harmful to our own clarification about experience and thinking, and being helpful and non-harmful for experiencing other situations and people as possible, our ability to experience life intensifies, and we live more life-filled with more life in life, and this provides us a basis for becoming unconditionally alive.