To add to my previous post – while I am doing better with reversing some potentially limiting behaviors, I’m not trying to say I’m ready to start jumping out of planes or anything. However, I’m keeping this goal open because part of it involves building on my progress – and I’m more aware than ever at the ways in which retreating, even unintentionally, tends to contribute to conditions that lead to unnecessary fears. One thing that has helped has been learning to stay mindful without judging (which has really been put to the test lately, btw – yet it is getting easier.) I’m hoping to exercise these skills on a regular basis now that I’ve learned not to take them for granted.
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Gosudar ostinato rigore
You are very wise and sensible, and I am glad that you understand and are avoiding the trap of avoidance. I am reminded of something that Mark Twain said. “A cat that has sat upon a hot stove-lid will not sit on a hot stove-lid again. Nor will it sit on a cold stove-lid.”
thanks, Gosudar – your thoughtful comments are always appreciated.
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