No matter how awake we think we are, how enlightened, how conscious…we all are human, we all get controlled by our mind, our ego, we become the reaction, we become the emotion.
It’s OK, it’s a lifetime of conditioning that we are trying to unravel.
However, when it impacts on others and we are aware of it, then a sorry, a hug and an explanation of our behaviour always helps.
Enlightenment and spiritualism are not about being superior, that is yet another ego and story, it is about being aware and taking things lightly, accepting what is and that includes accepting ourselves and what we are and that we will behave in ways that contradict that.
When we give that space and allow it to be, it resolves itself and goes away. When we resist anything, it only expands and deepens…it won’t go away all the time we resist.
Patience allows growth.
Rather than admit we are wrong, we will actually argue even harder in the face of the reality that we may have to change our view. It’s an internal defence mechanism.
Our ego sees any threat the same as if it was a physical danger and a matter of life or death. That’s how people do the most insane things to prove they are right or to not have to say ‘sorry’ or admit a change of view. The ego believes it will die if it has to lose face or be ridiculed or ‘found out’.
We live in a world of a single mainstream voice globally more and more, now even more than ever people would rather follow that than have to be open to any alternative or see another viewpoint than that of the collective mind and its voice.
The good news is, right or wrong do not really matter once we step away from our egos, accepting that it is just a view, and as the world is entering more darkness, more people are awakening and discovering the light within them, their true essence that is beyond the ego and the thinking mind.
The darker things are the lighter more people become.