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What do you specifically mean by the expression “commit yourself”?
To make a commitment means to bind oneself to someone or with something through an oral or written promise. Many people consider themselves bound by a commitment, but it just seems to them. Here he is - a great source of often emerging emotions. Commitment is always at the level of “have” or “do”. That is, in material terms. Responsibility refers to the field of “being,” the spiritual field. That is why the obligation must be stated clearly and clearly. In addition, it is measurable - in time, in space, in money, etc.
It is very important to remember that a commitment cannot be made on behalf of another person. For example, a spouse cannot accept a family invitation without consulting her spouse and obtaining his consent. Similarly, when one of the spouses undertakes to be faithful to the other, this does not mean that the other automatically takes on the same obligation.
When you see that you cannot keep your promise, you must first exercise the right to free yourself from your obligation. You inform the person concerned verbally or in writing. Similarly, one should act with an obligation to oneself. Later in this book you will find a detailed description of the concept of exemption from liability.
I constantly study myself, using either the events taking place around me, or the words that I hear in my address from others, etc. In the end, it seems to me tedious to wonder all the time what the experience I have been giving me. I want to be a responsible person, but is it really impossible to achieve this in an easier way? Maybe I went too far in my pursuit of excellence?
Indeed, your commitment to excellence is very strongly expressed. You want to improve yourself, and that's great. But if you think this is "tiring," then obviously you are not observing your limits. Achieving personal growth and wanting to know yourself should never be tiring. Of course, this requires effort, but the effort is not necessarily tedious.
The next time something similar happens to you and you look inside yourself, act differently. As soon as you understand that you want to exclaim: “No, I’m pretty],” that you’re having a hard time with all this — become kinder to yourself. Become more benevolent and allow yourself to not immediately delve into what is happening.
You use your intellect too actively, trying to scrupulously understand everything that is happening to you.
It’s much easier and less tiring to say to yourself: “Okay, this is happening to me. “I know that part of me caused this situation, but I will not persist and try to understand everything with my mind.” Ask your inner GOD to clarify the situation and be guided by these explanations. Accept what is happening, state that this is happening in this way, but do not torment yourself, trying to understand everything. Move the problem aside, and at some point a kind of insight will descend on you. You know very well that in the end you will understand everything anyway, but the process of cognition will be more enjoyable and easier.
It is important that you know that something in you causes events in your life. And the fact that you agreed with the idea that events are taking place in order to help you grow already represents a big step forward. It’s great that you take responsibility. On the contrary, the desire to know everything only crystallizes too much of your energy at the level of intelligence, and this is not good.
It seems to me that in your concept of responsibility there is no thought that in unity is power. Would it not be fairer to share responsibility with others in order to survive more experiences?
I agree with you that in unity is power. It is wonderful when people come together to achieve a common goal, but it is impossible to share our responsibility with someone else. When we have a common goal, we can share the tasks and take on obligations to implement some ideas. If, for example, all people come together to help planet Earth move toward the light, then obviously this will begin with a personal commitment. In this case, each of us will be responsible for our own obligation. If it seems to us that we have shared responsibility, then we can say with confidence that we will feel guilty or blame the other if we fail to achieve the desired result. Everyone bears his own responsibility, and taking responsibility is to say to yourself: “Have I done what I committed to do? Do I feel good about what I’ve done? ” Whether it is a work task or something else, we must always give ourselves to the court of our conscience, answering these questions.
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