Monday, 30 January 2017

Transurfing. Part 17. Balancing Forces: Dissatisfaction and Judgement

Part 17
Balancing Forces: Dissatisfaction and Judgment
Let’s begin with the topic of being dissatisfied with oneself. You could be, for example, dissatisfied with your personal achievements and qualities, but you could also be dissatisfied with yourself, refusing to accept your flaws and weaknesses. You can be aware of them but you shouldn’t be developing complexes because of them. But if your flaws really bother you and become of great significance to you, excess potential will be created. The balancing forces will quickly get to work eliminating this potential. Their actions can be aimed at the development of someone’s virtues or at the struggle with their weaknesses. Consequently, a person will be more inclined to do one or the other. Most often, the person will choose the struggle, and having assumed such a position, it will turn against him. It’s pointless trying to hide one’s imperfections, but eliminating them is difficult too. So, you get the exact opposite result and the situation be- comes worse. For example, trying to hide his timidity a man gets even shyer or he becomes unduly familiar with strangers.
If a man is dissatisfied with his achievements only to the degree where it serves as a push for self-perfection, the balance is not dis- turbed. The world around him is not affected by this relative dissatisfaction, but the inner change in balance is compensated for by positive actions. But if a man starts wallowing in self-reproach and resentment towards himself or, even worse, he starts punishing himself for whatever it is he doesn’t like in himself, then a dangerous situation will take form, where soul and mind are in conflict. Yet, the soul didn’t deserve this kind of treatment. The soul of any person is perfect and self-sufficient. All flaws and weaknesses that you have acquired are the flaws and weaknesses of mind, not of the soul. However, this is such a large and complicated subject that it is worth writing a separate book about it. Here we’ll only make a note of the fact that being in conflict with oneself is an extremely bad thing to do. The soul will with- draw into itself, while “reason will prevail” and this could result in a complete devastation of one’s life. Just so that you do not have to look for a psychoanalyst later – start with letting yourself go and forgive yourself for all of your flaws and weaknesses. If you are unable to love yourself right now, then at least stop fighting with yourself and accept yourself as you are. This is the only way your soul will be an ally to your mind. And it is a very powerful ally indeed.
Alright, you say, I’ll leave all my flaws and weaknesses in peace, then how do I acquire virtues? You don’t expect me to stop devel- oping as a person, do you? Of course, not! You are free to develop your virtues as much as you want. We’re only talking about stop- ping the war with your flaws and weak- nesses. In a war like that you waste energy, not so much on supporting something use- less, but rather on supporting a very harmful excess potential. Once you’ve finally turned away from this struggle, the released energy will be directed at developing your virtues.
Even though all of this may sound extremely simple, lots and lots of people waste an enormous amount of energy on the struggle with themselves, trying to cover up their im- perfections. They are like titans that have doomed themselves to bear this burden all their life. If only they allowed themselves to get rid of this heavy burden and be just the way they are, life would get so much simpler and easier. Their energies would be redirected away from the struggle with flaws and weaknesses to the development of virtues. Moreover, the parameters of such radiation would correspond to the life tracks where virtues triumph over flaws and weaknesses. Think about it. For example, how can you ever move to the life track where you are in good physical shape, if all your thoughts are focused on your physical flaws? You get what you actively don’t want.
When you are unhappy with yourself, you get into a conflict with only your soul – but when you are unhappy with the world, you get into a conflict with a large number of pendulums. You know by now that there is nothing good in being under their spell. And when it comes to waging war with them –well, it is better not to think about it at all.
Dissatisfaction is an entirely material radi- ation. Its frequency goes well with those life tracks where whatever it is that you don’t like about yourself is pronounced even more. When you feel that you are being pulled to- wards these tracks, you become even more dissatisfied, and this continues until you get to the track where you are old, sick and in- capable of changing anything. The only thing left for you is trying to find some comfort in whining about this world together with oth- ers who are just like you, and in memories of how good everything was back in the old days.
Every generation is convinced that life is worse now. No, life is worse only specifically for those in a given generation who are used to wallowing in their dissatisfaction with this world. Otherwise, humankind (after a number of generations) would simply have rolled down into a living hell. A rather depressing picture, isn’t it? This is the first aspect of being dissatisfied with the world, which leads to life getting increasingly worse.
However, there is another aspect to this harmful habit of showing dissatisfaction – and that is upsetting the state of balance. Regardless of whether your dissatisfaction is justified or not it is creating an excess poten- tial in the energy space around you. This po- tential gives rise to balancing forces, which will strive to restore the balance. It would be great if these forces worked in a way that would make things better. But, unfortu- nately, things usually happen the other way around. The balancing forces will try to be- siege you, so that your complaints about this world will be of as little weight as possible. This is much easier for them to do than to change everything that you are displeased with. Imagine what would happen if a ruler started actively expressing his dissatisfaction with everything that was happening in his state. It’s not even important whether his motives were good or bad. Such a ruler would be removed or even physically destroyed. The entire history of humankind
serves as a confirmation of this.
Basically, the action of the balancing forces will be directed at decreasing the influence you have on the world around you. This is extremely easy to do and it can be done using all possible methods, like for instance by re- lieving you of your obligations, your job, your salary, your home, your family, your health and so on. Can you see now how the older generations end up with a life that is “worse than back in their days”?
Now let’s examine this question from a different angle. One could argue that since the balancing forces act to diminish the excess potential of dissatisfaction, which is a negat- ive feeling, the opposite should be true as well. In other words, it would seem that if you were very happy with the world around you, then the balancing forces would do whatever it takes to ruin your party or to push you back to wherever you came from. However, it does not happen unless, of course, your joy turns into a “wide-eyed enthusiasm.” Firstly, according to the law of Transurfing, you are transmitting creative energy that transports you to positive life tracks. Secondly, such energy is unable to create the destructive excess potential, which the balancing forces strive to eliminate. It’s not by accident that different philosophical and religious interpretations of life have all come to the same conclusion that love is the creative force responsible for the existence of our world. “Love” in this context is referred to in its general sense. Of course, the balancing forces were created by the same power that has shaped the world. They strive to support the order in this world and they can- not be turned against the energy that has created them.
From Transurfing’s point of view, our habit of expressing dissatisfaction with smallest of things is a really bad one and it stops us from getting what we want. And the opposite is true: the habit of constantly experiencing little joys, for the most varied and insignific- ant reasons, is a very good habit and will get us what we want. There is only one conclu- sion to be made - we must substitute our old habit with the new one.
How do you do this? Well, it is all very simple. First of all, as trivial as it may sound, any misfortune is a blessing in disguise. If you make it your goal to find something good in things that appear negative to you – you will reach your goal without further effort. Turn it into a game. If you play it constantly, your old habit will quickly be replaced by a new one. This habit will be of great use to you and a total nightmare to destructive pendulums.
Second of all, if something really terrible happens and the very thought of feeling any kind of joy seems completely unnatural and inappropriate, do as the old King Solomon did. He used to wear a ring with an inscrip- tion on the inside that was not visible to oth- ers. When something bad happened or when Solomon would find himself in serious trouble, he would read the inscription inside “This, too, shall pass.”
The habit of expressing dissatisfaction has been developed in humankind much due to the influence of destructive pendulums. With new habits, you’ll be generating positive en- ergy which will carry you to positive life tracks like the flow of a powerful stream.
Let’s suppose that, having become inspired with the possibilities, you’ve started practicing the technique of substituting habits. Well, I have to tell you that soon you will notice how you’re practicing this less and less regularly and from time to time you simply forget that you wanted to change your habits in the first place. This is unavoidable because these old habits are deeply rooted in you. As soon as you start slacking off, the pendulum will immediately find a way to upset you, and you won’t even notice that you’ve just fed it your energy. Don’t despair! If your intention is strong, you’ll achieve whatever you want and the destructive pendulums will, in the end, leave you in peace. You just need to re- mind yourself about your intention more often.
We are all guests in this world. Nobody has the right to be the judge of what he himself didn’t create. This affirmation should be un- derstood in the light of your relationships with the pendulums. As mentioned earlier, if you start acting against the destructive pendulums that made you dissatisfied in the first place, then you will only be making things worse for yourself. You don’t have to be a meek little sheep, but you don’t have to openly confront the world around you either. If the pendulum is acting against you personally, you can apply the method of fall through or try to extinguish it. When it tries to get you into a battle with other pendulums, try to find out whether you really need to or not.
Let’s once again get back to the example with the gallery where an exhibition was not to your liking. Act as if you were at home, but don’t forget that you are just a visitor. Nobody has the right to judge, but we all have the freedom of choice. The pendulum benefits from you expressing your dissatisfaction, whereas you would benefit from simply leaving the room and choosing another exhibition to look at. I can already hear your question: and what if there is nowhere to go? Pendulums made you believe that that is the case. This very book is actually dedicated to the topic of how to get rid of this false limitation. 

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