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Mind Analysis Summary & Action Plan
Do you know what it feels like to be comfortable within your suffering?
If you are not familiar with that location, are you trying to find it?
Finding that secret spot is to get to the point where you realize and fundamentally feel that those who hurt you, such as your parents, your old relationships or strangers, are just human beings.
There are a series of enlightening discoverer and deeper understandings and various degrees of awareness one must experience in order to find a comfortable place within their own suffering. For example, understanding on a deeper level that people can’t give you what they don’t have.
People can spend their entire lives finding these little E-Moments that act as bread crumbs, leading them towards a path inward, where that peace is found within their cave of suffering. Some however, never stop to find those bread crumbs, and continue on an aimless path, always going further and further away from their own being, struggling through harsh weather.
My Mind Analysis Summary & Action Plan is not a bread crumb, but a loaf of bread. It is a collection of the bread crumbs you would have had to find on your own, on the path you have no map for. It is the bread that is packaged for you and fresh, so you don’t have to pick up bread crumbs that have faced the wrath of the changing seasons. Instead of trucking along various rough and winding paths, meeting people and facing obstacles that distract or point you in the wrong direction, you can use this loaf of bread and digest it at your own pace and use the energy you receive from it as you so choose to continue on the path you can now choose with more clarity.
There is a point within the consciousness that people can go their entire lives missing. This Mind Analysis gets you to that point FASTER.
Why would you want to find bread crumbs that expand your self-awareness faster?
Many people unconsciously act on their trauma responses without awareness. They tend to project and transfer their trauma onto the ones who are closest to them, such as their friends and family. Emotionally immature parents are notorious for doing this by taking out their insecurities and disappointment on their children, most of the time unknowingly. It isn’t until a relationship gets so bad that people seek out help and try and begin to look inward. They have been moving aimlessly, like walking on a treadmill expecting to get somewhere. They are too self-absorbed and preoccupied with their own trauma and typically identify with their ego so much that they are easily manipulated by their past and other people’s values.
Take a parent who is unaware of their own trauma responses for example. They will most likely explode on their child and feel extremely hurt when or if their child ever fights back or defies their parent to any degree. The response will be to defend their ego and take it out on their children using tactics such as shaming or guilt tripping. These projections being forced on a child’s developing mind can have life long lasting consequences that may destroy their self-esteem for years. This can disable and drastically limit even the child’s ability for self reflection, now making them just as blind to their own biases and ego as their parents. It can cause the child to put other people’s emotions first before their own. The level of self worth will then influence communication within relationships and so many other unintended consequences. This is a transference of trauma due to un-awareness and negligence. This is a result of not finding the place within the mind and body where suffering is actually comfortable. This way of life is responsible for intergenerational trauma and can affect the evolution of the human mind, much further in the future.
Spending time within the cave of suffering and learning to be comfortable in it will develop the ability to meet pain and suffering with grace. Learn from your own negative behaviors. Learn from the bad choices you have made. Learn from the horrible people you have encountered so far on your path. Learn from every bad thing that has ever happened to you. This is the way towards mental resiliency and psychological flexibility. This is the Mellow Minded Lifestyle.
Do You Struggle With?:
Not feeling good enough or capable
Are codependent Have low self-esteem or low self-worth
Feels lost or has no direction
Has difficulty with taking action or building momentum
Has trouble with being vulnerable & authentic
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Mellow Minded Lifestyle, Codependency, Self Reflection, Meditation,
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How To Handle Negative Emotions, How To Express Feelings,
How To Stop Worrying, How To Stop Comparing, Low Self Worth,
How To Forgive Parents, How To Handle Emotionally Immature Parents,
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