The axiom, ‘Keep your friends close and your enemy closer,’ attributed to Sun-tzu, Chinese general and military strategist (400BC) has merit within oneself. The edge of your becoming more of who you truly are, is your adversary. Agree with what looks like it is in your way and allow yourself to become bigger than that adversary.
When you agree with your worthy opponent, it leaves that opponent defenseless and without need of armament. To offer no resistance makes it easy for you to be amicable, and over time, the one who thought they were your enemy finds no further reward in that role and it is easy to, then, let go. When your resistance is released, it clears your thinking to see things from all angles and all aspects.
You are in a universe of ever-present good. When you agree, you begin to disarm any adversary thoughts than therefore, you create a clear path to your desires and goals. By disarming your resistance to awareness you will create an easier path to navigate.
This earth plain is a world of energy that is dancing subatomic particles. Each person perceives this phenomenon differently. It depends on one’s level of awareness. One’s level of awareness determines one’s path.
Your path in life is unique to you, though many others have a similar path that coalesces at different points, depending on the path you or they are on. Each path has landmarks, some marked more than others, and anything that is considered a life changing event is a landmark.
Landmarks include: education, jobs, marriage, birth, change in health, unanticipated events, death, etc. Many people recognize their own mortality when someone they know, who is close to their age, dies – albeit premature.
Pause now. Decide what resistance you need to disarm. Have a wonderful journey all ways always.
Dorothy M. Neddermeyer, PhD, Metaphysician – Certified Hypnosis and Regression Practitioner, Author and Speaker. Dr. Dorothy facilitates clearing baggage, fears and limiting beliefs. Then, you can live the life you desire.She brings awareness to concepts not typically obvious to one’s daily thoughts and feelings. http://www.gen-assist.com