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Vigilance to Change

People don’t change because the vigilance to investigate why you do what you do isn’t given 100% of your focus; 50% focus doesn’t get it done…

The idea of doing what puts you in alignment with love is much different than actually putting it into action. It’s not because it isn’t how you truly want to be, there’s just so much conditioning against you that without constant vigilance it‘s difficult to sustain a connection to love for a substantial amount of time. We all have times when it’s easier for this than others, but we also have our times when we say screw it and self seek. Don’t be to hard on yourself, a lifetime of living one way will not change with a few sittings. The key is to remain focused on a practice that allows for the self seeking behavior to become less and less and for love to be more reflected in your actions.

Although love is natural, willingness is needed so there’s alignment with it. Sometimes it will seem like” what’s the use” but understand this is all part of the conditioning, the noise, the story, the unconsciousness, whatever you want to call it. Constant vigilance is a necessity if there’s to be change because the old behavior is so deeply ingrained to let go of its control on its own. Why people don’t change is because the vigilance to investigate why you do what you do isn’t given 100% of your focus. It‘s impossible to get more out of life than what you put into it. If you give 50% that’s what you’ll get and change will be minimum at best…

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