Feedback from myself and others

 

Life gives wonderful feedback.

One of the ways it gives clear feedback is when I am caught up in a belief.

And that feedback can come from myself or from others.

The feedback from myself is very familiar. When I am caught up in a belief, any belief, there is a sense of precariousness, unease, stress, tension, separation, compulsiveness, and so on.

The feedback from others is also very familiar. When I cam caught up in a belief, I act in ways that seems other than sane, mature, wise and kind in a conventional sense. Others notice, and if I am honest, I notice that they notice. They will also let me know if I am receptive and ask.

In both cases, I can look for being caught up in a belief, taking a story (a viewpoint, identity) as true. And I can find what is more true for me, through a sincere, heartfelt inquiry into that belief.
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outline…
  • feedback from myself and others
    • feedback from myself: unease, stress, tension, etc.
    • feedback from others: see me as acting in ways that seem other than sane, mature, wise, kind, in conventional sense
    • in both cases, can look for being caught up in a belief, taking a story (viewpoint, identity) as true, find what is more true for me.

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