Acceptance is the ability to allow the what is to be as it is without needing to change it. Resignation is giving in to what is or giving up on trying to fix what is. It's the helplessness and victimization we feel when we feel stuck or trapped in our realities.
It's not very often I burst into tears, but here we are. Sometimes emotions are just there. They cannot be avoided. You can't rationalize yourself out of them. They just show up and that's totally okay. We let them be and now I get to work on understanding what all that was about.
erceptions of us. The truth is those perceptions are always filtered through a level of pain. When people tell you what you should or shouldn't be doing, it's because they feel some level of pain or they are triggered by your actions or words.
Acceptance requires us to get okay with things as they are or as they were. It's a difficult concept to understand for some as it gets mixed up with the idea that we should be okay with what happened. That's not necessarily true.
The problem-solving becomes fear if the mind can't solve the problem and it doesn't get an answer. So by telling it there is nothing happening and it's fine to just hang out, it's satisfied with that. It'll play along for a bit. I've quelled the mind and it's given me some time to work with things.
In this episode I talk about my day-to-day experience that is the problem, but that there is a glass ceiling around my goals that I need to bust through.
Experience tells me it's true. I could defend it by sharing my experience with. But my experience is not a validation of the truth. As I've been talking about in reference to the layers of experience that we have, the what is doesn't mean anything. It just is. It's not a validation of my sense of victimization. It's not a validation of my pain