mourning us

We will either often confront things head on, bull in a china shop, which I happen to like a lot of the time, or they will do the total opposite, martyr like denial of it. Why deny, why refuse to acknowledge?

When it comes to feelings, to what is pain etc.., often one does not want to face it, deal with it process it, and that is understandable to an extent, but very detrimental. In a sense pain etc… needs to be flushed out and Bull in a China Shop approach may be needed in a constructive way. If one acknowledges, then one has to process, deal with it all, not necessarily fun, but necessary to grow and move forward. Same with denial. denial can happen of emotions when life has dealt one some harsh cards, and it is a form of protection, seemingly. One protects one’s self from “boogeymen and woman”, but how healthy or realistic is that, to live in that bubble of denial and perpetually? Denying how one feels, what one feels is not the way to resolve anything. Whatever feelings one has for another have to be acknowledged, processed and if there is any way to constructively move forward, then one should. One can not allow the pain of the past to keep one in bondage in the present and the future, and from acknowledging what one feels for someone. That is immature really and eventually you become a plastic caricature of a being, not human, not feeling, not living and that is not any way to live this life or any life.

Feelings ought to be acknowledged etc.. with prayerful wisdom, but not buried, ignored and sorted out constructively, acted on constructively and there are always ways to do so, and there is always divine guidance to show us how. I don’t mean religious dogmas, I mean meditative guidance one on one with the man upstairs.

 
 
 

Humans will either often confront things head on, bull in a china shop, which I happen to like a lot of the time, or they will do the total opposite, martyr like denial of it. Why deny, why refuse to acknowledge?

When it comes to feelings, to what is pain etc.., often one does not want to face it, deal with it process it, and that is understandable to an extent, but very detrimental. In a sense pain etc… needs to be flushed out and Bull in a China Shop approach may be needed in a constructive way. If one acknowledges, then one has to process, deal with it all, not necessarily fun, but necessary to grow and move forward. Same with denial. denial can happen of emotions when life has dealt one some harsh cards, and it is a form of protection, seemingly. One protects one’s self from “boogeymen and woman”, but how healthy or realistic is that, to live in that bubble of denial and perpetually? Denying how one feels, what one feels is not the way to resolve anything. Whatever feelings one has for another have to be acknowledged, processed and if there is any way to constructively move forward, then one should. One can not allow the pain of the past to keep one in bondage in the present and the future, and from acknowledging what one feels for someone. That is immature really and eventually you become a plastic caricature of a being, not human, not feeling, not living and that is not any way to live this life or any life.

Feelings ought to be acknowledged etc.. with prayerful wisdom, but not buried, ignored and sorted out constructively, acted on constructively and there are always ways to do so, and there is always divine guidance to show us how. I don’t mean religious dogmas, I mean meditative guidance one on one with the man upstairs.

 
 
 

Humans will either often confront things head on, bull in a china shop, which I happen to like a lot of the time, or they will do the total opposite, martyr like denial of it. Why deny, why refuse to acknowledge?

When it comes to feelings, to what is pain etc.., often one does not want to face it, deal with it process it, and that is understandable to an extent, but very detrimental. In a sense pain etc… needs to be flushed out and Bull in a China Shop approach may be needed in a constructive way. If one acknowledges, then one has to process, deal with it all, not necessarily fun, but necessary to grow and move forward. Same with denial. denial can happen of emotions when life has dealt one some harsh cards, and it is a form of protection, seemingly. One protects one’s self from “boogeymen and woman”, but how healthy or realistic is that, to live in that bubble of denial and perpetually? Denying how one feels, what one feels is not the way to resolve anything. Whatever feelings one has for another have to be acknowledged, processed and if there is any way to constructively move forward, then one should. One can not allow the pain of the past to keep one in bondage in the present and the future, and from acknowledging what one feels for someone. That is immature really and eventually you become a plastic caricature of a being, not human, not feeling, not living and that is not any way to live this life or any life.

Feelings ought to be acknowledged etc.. with prayerful wisdom, but not buried, ignored and sorted out constructively, acted on constructively and there are always ways to do so, and there is always divine guidance to show us how. I don’t mean religious dogmas, I mean meditative guidance one on one with the man upstairs.