I have been aware since I was a child standing in church that god was inside of me at all times wherever I am. I also knew that he is inside of everyone and every living thing. This is easy to comprehend, imagine, when you are looking at a beautiful flower and harder when you feel uncomfortable in someone else’s presence. The discomfort is mostly caused by conditioning; yours or theirs it does not matter.

See if you can go inside of yourself and feel what is happening. Ask “where is the discomfort and what does it have to tell me?”

It might be telling you to get the hell out of there. Or it could be a memory of a time that was unpleasant and the person in front of you is acting as a trigger for you. The answer might be to place most of your attention inside of yourself and breathe through this memory until the discomfort changes. In other words, until you see through the conditioning.

You see through the conditioning by accepting you’re reaction; by checking in with yourself to see what it is about and then being guided from deep within yourself, as to what to do.

Meditation is away of practising checking in with yourself and practising being with whatever feelings and thoughts arise during the meditation.   Through the practice of meditation checking in with yourself becomes an easy quick process and your intuition and awareness of yourself and your surroundings grows, even in a situation that might cause discomfort.

To have confidence in your intuition, that little voice that you may hear or feel in your heart, you need to listen to you’re intuition more often.  Like any other natural ability, intuition needs to be exercised to work well and efficiently.

I call you to listen and accept yourself now and in each and every moment this will lead to inner peace and heart felt action, rather than reacting through conditioning.  Read more

How to act, rather than react through conditioning
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5 thoughts on “How to act, rather than react through conditioning

  • July 1, 2010 at 1:21 am

    Listening to and accepting oneself now and in every moment is most certainly the fast track to happiness. Remembering that this is the most important thing in my life in every moment is one of life’s biggest challenges. Thanks for this reminder 🙂

  • June 22, 2011 at 6:20 pm

    Superb! Generally I never read whole articles but the way you wrote this information is simply amazing and this kept my interest in reading and I enjoyed it.

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