Reliving the word Change (Day 7)

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verb (used with object), changed, chang·ing.

  1. to make the form, nature, content, future course, etc., of (something) different from what it is or from what it would be if left alone: to change one’s name;to change one’s opinion;to change the course of history.
  2. to transform or convert (usually followed by into): The witch changed the prince into a toad.
  3. to substitute another or others for; exchange for something else, usually of the same kind: She changed her shoes when she got home from the office.


Here I’m looking at the word change. Seeing that the word can open up a lot of different dimensions and aspects as who I am in relation to this word. How many times have we for example experienced someone making a promise to us, but then they’ve changed their mind the next moment, day, week, or month afterwards, and we feel let down for having placed trust in that person. And how many times how we done the exact same thing ourselves to another, and even to ourselves…

We’ve all heard the phrase, ”I will never drink again!” lol. What changed?… Our experience changed, suddenly we find ourselves facing temptation again, and face the decision to either stand for what we deep down know is best for us, or fall within self-deception as wants, needs and desires which cannot add up to what would be the best version of ourselves since it’s based on ideas of how things are and must be, and not real-time actual cross referenced physical points that interact with what is here. So within such points, changes is dependent on outside influences that triggers experiences within us that is energy dependent, that we have not sorted out to stand stable and clear within one and equal.

It seems that we’ve lost the ability to understand why change is relevant in relation to ourselves. How we tend to reason rearly get’s challenged by our external reality because it is the reflection of who we are within. And so, we face the man in the mirror all the time, and since we’ve become so accustom to the way things are, and look, we don’t want to change in fear of loosing our identity, our values of core beliefs we hold on to because it defines who we think we are. When that is simply a projection of those who came before us, who we grew up around, mass media, entertainments, etc. The things that makes up the programmed mind consciousness system.

So for me, I see that I can challenge myself in relation to all of this. I see that I do not have to be a part of that system of deception. Why will I compromise my potential to be the best I can be? And live as an example of that to stand as something greater than just my preprogrammed human nature, which clearly do not stand for what is best for all. That is where I see change comes in, cause it’s now a process to face what I’ve accepted and allowed as who, what, where and how I think I am, to who, what, where and how can I change this thought, word, and deed to honor myself within what will be the best outcome for all. That is what the principle of what is best for all represents, It means to align oneself as that principle regardless of what is currently going on with how other people, thinks and act all around us. 

Change is where I stop what I participate within internally and externally, and in and as that I change the points that comes up in myself, that I’m responsable for personally contributing to in and as the whole of existence.


I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to doubt my ability to face and stand within the moment of temptation, where I experience being overwhelmed and too weak to stop, breathe and redirect myself, instead of seeing that I’m projecting sequences of images that is based on and made up of past memories that keeps me from not changing and renewing myself, but redoing what it is I’ve always done. 

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to fear being too weak to change who, and what I’ve allowed myself to become and act as, and so give up even trying to change the things that I fear losing that gives me the short-term experience of fulfillment.

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to project what will happen as an outcome and see no other way around it, instead of realizing that’s how I manifest my reality, by not stopping the mind, breathing, applying self forgiveness, and practically commit to live otherwise within the principles of that which is best for all.

When and as a I see myself resisting change on a point that has to do with an energetic charge/experience, I commit myself to stop, breathe, apply self forgiveness on the point, untill I’m able to realize and remind myself of why this is not best for me as all as one. And create a solution that I’m able to practically apply within self honesty of stopping the preprogrammed mind that leads down the path of self diminishment and abuse.


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