Your body must become familiar with its death – in all its possible forms and degrees – as a self-evident, imminent, and emotionally neutral step on the way towards the goal you have found worthy of your life.~Dag Hammarskjold
Don’t Get Sucked In
Remaining neutral while the chaos of life unfolds around you is key to a balanced and healthy existence.
When you lose your neutrality you give up your control and become reactive instead of proactive.
You allow yourself to be influenced by outside forces. Sometimes these influences are good, but they are often bad, at least for you.
You know what’s best for you, so why allow the decision of how you feel be made outside of yourself?
Neutrality gives you control over your own destiny. For me, that’s the ultimate goal in life- self determination.
By reading ourselves we’ve become more connected with all of our aspects. We’ve learned to sense when something is out of balance and how to correct it.
The more you practice the exercises we’ve shared so far the more attuned you’ll become with your spirit body and yourself. You will have a better understanding about what’s affecting you on all levels, and how it manifests in your physical body. It will be easier to understand your true desires and needs because you can now turn inward for the answers.
Who better to provide a solution to a personal problem than yourself?
Over the next few posts, we’re going to turn our attention outwards and use what we know about spirit bodies to understand the physical reality that is outside of us. We’ll be using some of the same exercises, expanding on some and sharing new ones too.
Nature is a good place to start our exploration of the outside world. We’re connected to everything and everyone through a web of energy that is as real as the electricity that powers your lights. We’ll expand our consciousness to incorporate everything, and learn to appreciate the interconnectedness that is the foundation of reality.
Neutrality is vital when dealing with anything that is outside ourselves. If we’re not careful we’ll pick up the patterns and emotions of others, instead of relying on ourselves to create our personal version of existence.