Why Do We Do What We Do?

Why do we say what we say?
Why do we think what we think?

A. We adopted.
Q. What did we adopt?
A. A social I.

The social I is the illusion we adopt based on the reflections we receive from others’ illusions: we then run with this programme. If a dog is told, “You’re a good boy,” it believes it’s a good boy (or girl)! The same goes if we get the idea that we’re an idiot.

Why do we do react in this way? We have a predisposition from previous incarnations. You may not agree with this, but it does answer a lot of questions. Are you the ‘odd’ one out in your family? Someone who does not follow the family programming, or even the cultural programming perhaps?

The problem is that we become addicted to whatever we adopt, and so we become imprisoned in an personality. It’s all to do with belief in an adopted self image. We believe what we do, say and think is what we are. How limiting! We are not what we do, say or think : we are pure, unadopted consciousness.

Unadoptednot taken over for maintenance by a local authority! 😀 😀 😀

Why am I saying this? To prove that I’m not a idiot? To get fame? Or is there something from past incarnations that moves me? Some previous programming which is beneficial?

If we are happy – I mean truly happy – with whatever we do, say or think, then we just keep going. If, on the other hand, we are not happy – I mean truly happy – then we can change.

Have a look-see. What is holding it all together? Deciding to have a look-see is difficult as it takes courage/heart/strength in the face of pain or grief.

CourageMiddle English, denoting the heart, as the seat of feelings: from Old French ‘corage’, from Latin ‘cor’ – heart.

Ready to drop mechanical repetition?

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