[There might come a point when you ask yourself, who am I really? Am I being real? Am I still the kid my parents think I am? And more importantly, who do I want to be?
The truth is, you’re a lot of things to a lot of people – you’re interesting like that. You can be one thing online and still be kind of different in person. You can be someone to look up to, and know what it feels like to get rejected. You can be righteous in your decisions and still slip up and make mistakes.
But, with so many versions of yourself, it’s easy to forget the one thing that keeps you real – the pure-grade, original first edition of yourself.
The point is, when you reach the moment where you have to ask yourself, who am I really? Press pause. Hit reset. And remember, you’re Above the Influence.]
Aristotle Wrote: “All
human actions have one or more of these seven causes: chance, nature,
compulsion, habit, reason, passion and desire”
Spirituality as we know comes in many forms
through core values, exposure, personalization, ethnic, culture, religion,
Spirituality is within a person’s
inner source, intuitive thoughts and how one might perceive things in life.
Elements within a person’s core values may
reflect traditional methods through integration and/or congregation within
one’s own habitat. One may choose to surround themselves in a manner of how one
perceives life’s spiritual values.
Where the wheel spins within ones thoughts
and human behavior, actions form in regards as to how a person responds
to circumstances in life and at times bring more spirituality into life in
such divine ways.
Cause & Effect:
Circumstances within cause and effect may
compellingly choose to respond with or without engaging in some form of
action. Cause and effect may acknowledge its existence in an
underlining source subconsciously.
Through subconscious awareness one
may link in some sort of inner source; connective thoughts lay down a
foundation of complexity placed within itself. Sometimes collective thoughts
may form visions about life, one where most people are better in the abstract
of a mindset formation as to how one wishes things to be.
However disarray may at times mimic a cluster
of personal distress and how one function in everyday life. At times
during emotional distress one might feel as life has become an avalanche.
One where everyday stress may build-and-build
until it all unfolds; pours out in a colossal mess…
Cause and effect through turbulent emotions
may at times linger or fester and lead to explosive reactions when things
to become bothersome.
Someone once said “it comes in a can.” This
implies at times one can become stuck reminiscing, ruminating and over-thinking
situations by setting the stage and making things appears worse than they
really are. This at times this may create problems that were never there to
begin with. Almost as if one were to mix magnesium sulfate with soda to calm a
However, staying in the present moment and
not allowing things to unfold in the heat of moment can lead to more
positive outcomes. But also learning to stay mindful with reminders to not let
things become bothersome and spiral downward by placing defensive reactions out
of an alarming emotional response. Reminders to not to over-think; explaining
the same thing 5 different ways.
Finding balance in life will be the most
beneficial element to achieving respite within. Most of us will spend a
lifetime searching for this. Life doesn’t come with instructions and neither
does balancing our everyday lives. But through our own trial and error we can
adopt readiness guided by willingness to make personal change.
Conditioned to Crisis:
A crisis can condition a person to stray far
from stabilization in any manner within cause and effect, creating an avalanche effect
that may continue to build regardless.
Many individuals at one time or another have
come across circumstances in their lives that sent them on a mission in an
overwhelming emotional state. This doesn’t necessarily change or modify another
person’s elevated emotional state of mind, but rather dysfunction may occur.
One may at times mimic or draw conclusions to
reflect on their own emotional response, conditioned through a belief system
right down to personal and core values.
One may find within their own personal
habitat that their own state of mind may react spontaneously to a crisis mode
(often referred to as a rescue mode).
Perhaps worrisome thoughts have captured an
emotional response and created a downward spiral of emotions flooding in a
state of panic towards one’s spouse, family member or a loved one. In a state
of panic (rescue mode) to rid unwanted emotions or problem solve we sometimes
become compelled in stressful situations to place ourselves in the
driver’s seat of a vehicle, only to find that one is in overdrive with their
foot floored to the gas pedal based in a state of fear to React! Respond! Do
The Impact Effect:
Many individuals at one time or another have
come across circumstances in their lives that sent them on a mission prompted
by emotional state of reaction to current events.
At times current events may have unfolded in
our community or around the world, leaving a reaction of overwhelming emotional
response prompted by chain of events. The cause and effect reactions to how one
may feel about presumable actions or a crisis in current events that may prompt
a reaction within one’s own emotional state of being.
Unfortunately prompted in a crisis mode in
current events we may at times unintentionally create more havoc.
Spirituality in the Making:
Perhaps a loved one has been ill with a
serious medical condition and you find yourself facing fears head on. Maybe
it’s a friend having a difficult time managing his/hers mental health
distress or perhaps it is someone close to you fighting a
drug/alcohol addiction and you feel absolutely powerless to do anything.
In any state of being it can be difficult
to carry someone close to one’s heart who inflicts emotional harm
onto themselves or others, leaving one to be unable to receive a healthier
In some cases where one’s spiritual beliefs
may be in distress and broken down. It can be difficult for a
loved one to comprehend the impact of cause and effect. To learn to set
aside differences because each person is unique to their own core values
when it comes to spirituality.
At times it is necessary to place one’s own
spiritual beliefs aside; to be checked in and left at the front door.
Individuality creates each person to uniquely define their own core values;
their own belief system.
At times ones spiritual beliefs may lead one
to believe notions through spiritual entity to be the only path in such divine
ways. Ultimately by engaging in a sense of notions disagreeable to another may
prompt one to create actions that may do more harm than good.
Most often relationships become much more wholesome when a person can relate on
a more personal level without judgments and lack thereof the use of words
that may hinder a person’s ability to feel validation.
Validation is crucial part of communication
when it comes to a healthier connection, whereas one being empathetic in
comparison isn’t because it may become misguided words.
Things in life aren’t intended to be
all-or-nothing; black-or-white. There are many shades of gray to lay down a
healthy foundation in one’s life.
Spirituality Right Down to the Core:
If I were to use addiction as an example with
someone struggling to find reasons to believe things will get better. Most
often a person’s addiction can spiral into a path of destruction, leaving one’s
self-worth, personal core values to plummet downward.
One’s spirituality may have already been
hindered collectively through emotional duress without the ability to reason
and/or see things differently.
For some spirituality may falter so far that
even an avalanche couldn’t persuade one to find shelter.
“It is often said when it comes to
addictions, mental illness, health conditions one may strive at a bare minimal
in times of struggles. One’s ability to maintain a faction of hope strays far,
just enough to keep a person on solid ground and living moment-by-moment in any
given circumstances where there are shadows of doubts…”