Very sad LiFE. Probably have... very sad death. But... at least there is symmetry.
For someone who suffers from mental illness, spending too much time inside my head can be dangerous. One piece of learning from today is that I need to remember to be authentic and to speak from the heart.
It's not about changing the way others perceive and interpret REALiTY, it's about me owning my own sense of REALiTY and sharing that with others in a way that makes connecting and interacting, interesting and fun.
In my experience, the best way to describe an epiphany is that of an immediate and rapid transformation of perspective, from deep denial to total acceptance. It’s like ENLiGHTENMENT in many ways, but ENLiGHTENMENT is an actual phase shift in CONSCiOUSNESS, whereby REALiTY itself changes and i experience a singular (((SHARE)D) CONSCiOUSNESS) that is distinctly separate from that of EGO. An epiphany happens when we suddenly wake up out of denial and begin to interpret our REALiTY as it is, rather than as we wish it to be.
Honesty is hard for me, but I am learning to think and speak fearlessly about my addiction and its crippling effects on my life.
Th1ng can change EVERYTH1NG
See no evil, hear no evil, fear no evil.
TRUTH LiES WiTHiN
Be the change you wish to see in the world - Mahatma Gandhi
The idea of actually being able to have a conversation with the manifestation of my Higher Power about the whole experience is rather intriguing to say the least.