Things are a bit better today. I’m about to try a 10-mile run. Fun, right? I hope so.
It will be. What am I saying? I decide if it’s fun or not, not the run itself.
Let’s go through some quotes from that one book I’ve been reading for… about two months, maybe longer. I really need to finish this damn thing. Anyway, the book is by Michael A. Singer, titled “The Untethered Soul: The Journey Beyond Yourself”.
It sounds cheesy and sometimes it is, but most of the time it isn’t. You take the good with the bad, right? Let’s get into it.
When you’re lost and struggling with all these psychological and energetic changes, you are suffering. White it may not seem to you that you’re suffering, compared to what it can be, you are suffering. In truth, the very responsibility of having to hold it all together is itself a form of suffering.
It’s a full-time task just to maintain the discipline necessary to create even the semblance of control and order in there (the psyche).”
When you truly awake spiritually, you realize you are caged.
Limitations and boundaries only exist at the places where you stop going beyond. If you never stop, then you go beyond boundaries, beyond limitations, beyond the sense of a restricted self.
So yeah, I liked those little pieces of the book. I only have a couple more chapters to go. It’s really one of those “take a little bite at a time” type of books if you know what I’m saying.
I wish you well. Try not to beat the shit out of yourself.