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To trust or not to trust

August 29th, 2011 No Comments » Filed under Acknowledgement

…And above all, keep trusting! Even if your trust is betrayed. Yes, you read correctly. Even if you are betrayed. Here is what happens…we learn from the actions of our parents, not from what they say. In other words we learn from the modeling behaviors of our parents and society in general. When you are betrayed you are because the other person was not exposed to  the concept of trust in its entire wholesome meaning.  Therefore, again even if you feel like a da#&  ass when you are betrayed, remember it is not personal and you are still providing a great value by modeling your sense of trust for the person who betrayed you.  It was never a waste. They are trying to learn that behavior  from you…The truth is they don’t know how to trust….and even if they are not aware just yet, they deep inside are drawn to you because of your sense of trust. They want to learn that from you.

Bottom line, to trust others you have to trust yourself and if you don’t, is because you are measuring everybody else against  your own perception of who you are and mainly your conditioning… in other words “the thief believes everybody is like him.” If he is not trustworthy obviously he will not trust anybody. He knows better.

Move on and keep trusting. Like a child

And above all enjoy the people who honor and respect your trust because the  joy of reciprocity creates more trust and co-creative coherence in the world. In other words Oneness.

In the end  we all  do the best we can with what we have. The difference is in the modeling we were exposed to and we attract  each other with one purpose only, to be modeled the behavior we need to incorporate in our persona to become whole again mirroring  others.

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Inner Child Inspirational quote of the day

August 8th, 2010 5 Comments » Filed under Acknowledgement


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Children also have artistic ability, and there is wisdom in there having it! The more helpless they are, the more instructive are the examples they furnish us; and they must be preserved free of corruption from an early age.

~Paul Klee ~

Think about that, do we have societies on this planet which systems are dedicated to preserve children from corruption? Actually we have been carrying that corruption for generation after generation. It can be higher or lower in every particular case but is corruption nevertheless. Because the vast majority of children on this planet are not given the entitlement of the attention and dedication they really need as children to become whole as adults. The thing is, to brake this pattern of behavior we have to start within. Eradicate our own corruption inside. Each of us reaching to acknowledge that child inside that was not acknowledged. She is waiting.

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