Do you blame them ? Do you blame others?
Blaming is to give your power away if you take resposibility for your life you take the power back. Sigmund Freud said : “Most people do not really want freedom, because freedom involves responsibility, and most people are frightened of responsibility.”It is easier to blame and give the power to all kind of rulers who tell you what to do and playing their games.
Responsiblity needs effort to educate yourself, to do research and find your truth. Responsinility means to know yourself, know your body and your mind. It means being able to respond to circumstances that show up in life. Responsibility also gives self-confidence and takes fear away.
The disappearance of a sense of responsibility is the most far-reaching consequence of submission to authority.– Stanley Milgram
But this is the opinion coming from my experience.
Let us see what our friend Ryan Biddulph’s experience with the blame game is.
Thank you, Ryan
Do You Blame Them or the Reflection?
The most freeing aspect of life appears to be the most annoying.
Everyone, thing, or circumstance you blame simply reflects your mind back to you.
Do you blame them? Or do you own the reflection in your mind?
Over the prior few years, global circumstances have done a fine job reflecting people’s minds back to these individuals. Do you fear something or someone? Stop blaming them. Stop blaming conditions, circumstances, or entities. Look closely, intimately, at the reflection in your mind mirrored back to you.
Admittedly, I fell into a 2-tiered category of fear for a bit over the prior 2 years. 1 tier deeply feared losing their lives or falling into intense bodily discomfort. 1 tier deeply feared losing worldly freedoms, like freedom of movement. I clung to deep fears in my mind mirrored back to me by the 2nd tier crowd; I feared losing freedom of movement.
However, I decided to slowly, steadily, and gradually stop blaming government, laws, and them, across the board, to keenly observe what these mirrors reflected back to me. Each showed the state of my mind. I decided to dig deeper and deeper into my personal fears of worldly freedom loss. Facing, feeling, and releasing the fears of not being able to travel freely, of not being able to choose whether or not to put the fluid in the veins and not being able to choose whether or not I could enjoy food at a restaurant or even choose whether or not to affix a diaper to cover my airways felt a bit uncomfortable.
But facing, feeling, and releasing these fears slowly, surely, and steadily removes the habit of blaming from my mind. As an added benefit, the news, government, and laws no longer rent space in my awareness because as I release my fears so goes the illusion that these constructs can harm me, affect my freedom, or control me in any way, shape, or form.
Forgiveness Is the Answer
Imagine if you deeply fear that your government or worldly leaders will take away your freedoms for years.
Face, feel, and release the idea that illusory laws built solely on the not-at-all-real concept of fear or one body sitting in a house somewhere can do anything to harm you. Go ahead. Feel it. Face it. Own it. Stop blaming. Start owning. See how everything and everyone and every circumstance reflects your mind back to you. Gradually, facing, feeling, and releasing these fears sitting solely in your mind allows you to forgive the ideas and adjoining fears in your mind.
Forgiving the ideas and fears sitting only in your mind concerning these events literally puts them out of your awareness. I have not watched the news for a split second in over 6 months. My life has never been easier, more relaxing, or more peaceful. Why? I stopped blaming, faced my fears, forgave, and what I once feared has no power over me because it is not in my mind.
You literally exit the world of fear and its seeming influences by forgiving the world in your mind. Stop blaming. Begin owning reflections. See every politician mirroring fears in your mind back to you. Face the fears. Forgive politicians. Let them go. Quickly, organically and naturally, no politician will rent space in your head, ever again.
Laws cannot bother you unless you fear illusory laws. Government cannot bother you unless you fear illusory governments. Perhaps you will live in the illusion of a restrictive government, in peace. Or maybe you immediately move to a more free region of the world – on a worldly level of course – after you forgive your domestic government and seeming national leader.
Everything depends on your willingness to stop blaming and to begin seeing the reflection for your mind.
Doing inner engineering has a miraculous effect on your life.
About the Author
Ryan Biddulph helps you blog at Blogging From Paradise with eBooks and courses.
See also Every Problem Is Fear in Your Mind
Some more quotes
The process of self-growth begins when we learn to deal with our circumstances responsibly without any blame game.- Kidadl
“Taking responsibility means never blaming anyone else for anything you are being, doing, having, or feeling.” – Susan Jeffers