Love loving love. Hate hate.

 Anonymous (@)7 years, 4 months ago

I’d like to discuss the topic title as a mantra.
Spent a bit of time attempting to analyse words for a better one, I think this summarizes the ideal karma state for directing thoughts into reaching the zone. The emphasis on additional attention to the positive aspect creates more positive waves than negative, whilst still leaving room for acceptance of the current way of the world as we evolve.
Might anyone have any thoughts on how to improve it?

May 23, 2014 at 10:57 pm
Anonymous (57) (@) 7 years, 4 months ago ago

My primary concern is that hating hate could be detrimental, understanding hate would make more emotional sense, but that fallacy that implies we like patterns may make the double up on hate easier to remember, if looking at it from a logical basis.

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Marlon (97) (@shoeopener) 7 years, 4 months ago ago

Righty ho! People shouldn’t neglect and ignore their own hatred. The main reason for this is for their vitality, because the feeling of hatred is always towards stressing thoughts, thinking of frustrating situations that a lot of the time are not real, or hatred for feeling hateful. It’s all just a normal emotional reaction until it turns into an obsession. Then it’s just one-sided.

No one, absolutely, can be fully loving without being against something. That’s just radical thinking, yet we choose our own emotional proportions. The only way to improve it is focusing on our vitality, not on prestigious ideas about safety and security because there are is no utopia, no perfection and nothing else but aspiration.

Here’s an example. I hate one-sided points of view, therefore and unrealistic view that there is a permanent all-loving person can only harass me. It’s a make-believe that can lead to heavy disappointments. Making an effort on the other hand to help and support other people is entirely different, it’s not just a view on a subject, it’s acting on a feeling. Sometimes the feeling is only instinctual. I can’t be convinced there is no right and wrong either. To most people, normally the survival instinct is right. Everything else is wrong.

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Alex Eastman (71) (@alex) 7 years, 4 months ago ago

reaching what zone? I like the mantra, though. Very simple, very repetitive and thus easy to remember!

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Anonymous (57) (@) 7 years, 4 months ago ago

@alex Thank you.
The Zone.
IE. Sporting champion completed focused on his art. Top tier poker player correctly analyzing every decision. The student entranced with his subject, maximizing intake. The drummer allowing his subconscious to take lead and be distracted. The man faced with short term temptation, resisting for better long-term stability odds – Logic overriding emotions.

Peak performance.

I believe Mantra to be the correct term I was looking for – But a phrase that once uttered and formed in the mind, resets the racing of thoughts, allowing full cognitive capacity to be shaped and focused on an individual task.

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Alex Eastman (71) (@alex) 7 years, 4 months ago ago

Ahh, okay this makes more sense now.

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