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You Keep Putting Up Walls

You are getting in your own way. Have you ever felt like that? You keep putting up walls around you and you feel more and more isolated.

What are these walls? They are nothing but thoughts of lack and resistance. They may have more of a story to them, such as I can’t find someone to love me, or I try but I always fail. It does not matter what the story is, it always come back to the original source of not feeling whole or complete, or in another word Loved.

Truly all of our so-called pain and suffering is only due to feeling separate from our True Nature, which is complete and whole, and without separateness.

Our True Nature cannot be separate from itself. It is the same as saying a leaf can be separate from itself. How can the essence of a leaf be separated from itself? The essence of a leaf doesn’t have the ability to imagine itself or believe itself to be something other than a leaf.

It is the same with you and I. What happens is, through our life experiences we develop a sense of separateness from our True Nature because of conditioning. We begin to develop beliefs that we are something other than our True Nature. What we develop is an ego or self-image. It is this self- image that gets associated with our bodies and thoughts.

However, the body and thoughts are not who we are. They are only conditions that are experienced.

Let us use this example. When building an interior wall in a house there are many aspects to its existence. The foundation of the wall is the framing. Wall studs are spaced sixteen inches on center with a top and bottom beam holding it all together. Even with the frame secured in place, it is not yet considered a wall. It is only the framework or foundation that will support and give existence to the sheet rock and paint.

A wall is a barrier stopping or restricting anything from passing through it. The frame is still completely open, allowing everything to move through it. Yet it is the essences of a wall.

Sheet rock or wallboard is the next step. Once in place the frame is concealed and now a wall has been established.

It is not much of a wall though. It is bland in appearance, rough and unfinished. It has no character, no personality. It is non- descript in appearance. We could jokingly say, no civilized person would leave a wall unfinished in his or her home.

Finally the finish is put on the wall. Possibly some texture and then some paint, or wallpaper or wood finish. Whatever the finish, the wall could be said to have character and personality.

Yet even though most only see a wall as its finishing appearance, the finish itself is not what holds the wall together. The paint on its own could not support itself unless applied to a surface. So the paint is not the wall.

The sheet rock although seemingly solid does not have the ability to hold itself up to create a wall either. Sheet rock also needs a solid foundation upon which to anchor itself and give it life as a wall.

So if the paint does not have the ability to be a wall, and the sheet rock does not have the ability to be a wall and the frame isn’t considered a wall, then what is actually the truth of a wall?

If the wall could think and we asked it to search deeply into its own existence what would it find? Well, this is the same question you must ask yourself. What is the true nature of my existence? What or who am I?

In the beginning the wall would believe that it was only the texture and paint, and sheetrock. Yet, with deeper understanding it would begin to realize that there is something more holding it all together that is unseen. It must look very deeply into its own existence to feel the framework that seems hidden yet it is the true Nature of the wall.

You are just like this wall. You believe yourself to be the surface color and texture living as a body. All your thoughts, feeling, beliefs, and experiences are the paint and texture. You associate your identity with the body or outer substance, because it can be seen and felt. Yet, once again the thoughts and body are only the surface, and do not have the ability to sustain their own existence. So, just like the wall there must be something deeper that is actually the true nature of you.

It is time to realize that you keep putting up walls of thoughts and beliefs, which give the effect of being separate from your True Nature, when in fact who and what you are is your True Nature that is supporting the outer false texture of the life experience.

I say again, you are not the experiences, you are life itself. You are the limitless foundation upon and from all experiences occur.

Let go of your walls of belief that you are separate and something other that The True Nature.

Holding onto a false sense of your true Self, is the cause of pain and suffering. It is not needed and does not give this life experience any true joy and peace.

All that is needed is the realization that you do not require a made up, (false), identity to exist.

The time is now, not sometime in the future for you to create health and wellness. See this moment as the critical point of changing your life around.

Do you want to be healthy, fit, and enjoy a deep sense of wellbeing and abundance? Then let go of every idea, and attachment to the contrary.

Are you ready to change your life experience? Are you ready to begin enjoying health, fitness, wellbeing, and abundance?

It takes one simple step. You just have to ask.

We have three wonderful options so you can fulfill your purpose.

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I wish for you a Vibrant Life.

Take Good care, Dave

David Fresilli, ego, Health,, putting up walls, true nature, unfinished, wellness

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