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Challenging Your Awareness



How AWARE are you? It’s essential to recognize that not all content will resonate with you. Each post has the potential to challenge your perceptions. The intent behind these posts is not to seek your approval or disapproval; your reaction, whether positive or negative, is part of the experience.


The strength of your ego correlates with how easily you may feel provoked. Essentially, allowing others to influence your thoughts is a sign of a larger ego at play.


The primary goal of The Pathway Sedona is to prompt introspection about the thoughts that arise from these posts. If you find yourself taking the content personally and are conscious of this reaction, it signifies the beginning of your self-awareness journey.


Should the posts pass by you without eliciting any response, akin to a fleeting shooting star, it may suggest a lack of depth or openness in your thinking—a whirlwind of unengaged mental activity.


Conversely, if you can read the posts without forming immediate judgments or opinions, you are progressing towards greater awareness. This indicates an ability to engage your cognitive faculties selectively and purposefully.


Further along this journey, you may observe more instances of unreflective behavior, particularly among those with inflated egos. These individuals, often oblivious to their own state, require assistance rather than criticism.


For those deeply entrenched in ego, engaging with these posts may be a struggle, leading to dismissive thoughts about the content’s value.


The aim here is not to incite anger but to facilitate understanding of the root causes of your anger.


The notion here is that all human suffering is a construct of the mind, whether it manifests as suicide, PTSD, violence towards others, or a perpetual state of self-pity. Suffering arises from excessive rumination, and if you find your thoughts easily swayed by others, it may indicate an ego-driven mindset.


True awareness emerges not from overthinking but from a clear perception of your mental landscape. So, the question remains: are you truly aware?


~Eddie

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