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How much of how the world see's us should we take on?

How much of how we see our self should we incorporate into our life?

What if they are very different?

Why for some people they are very similar and for others very far apart?

asked 25 Apr '11, 18:18

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edited 26 Apr '11, 14:28

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Barry Allen ♦♦

yes perception of everything is actualy the most IMPORTANT issue especialy in self perception. If you see yourself as dumb , ugly, unconnected, and worthless. you have already cut yourself away from all chances and oppertunitys.

love n light,



answered 25 Apr '11, 20:38

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TReb Bor yit-NE

It does not matter how the world sees us, it's how we see ourself that truly matters, and we already incorporate that perception into our life whether we're aware of it or not.

Those who are living from their true essence wear no masks, and show the same face to the world and themselves. Because of this they are in alignment with their authentic self and are content within themselves... their lives are a reflection of that.

( I love the picture ) :)


answered 25 Apr '11, 21:12

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I loved the picture too.

(26 Apr '11, 06:14) evelyn

They say how you view the world is a direct reflection of how you see yourself. But what comes first the chicken or the egg?

Now you can feel highly of yourself in a confident way or as "better than you" way. You can see yourself as a person who likes growth and improvement or someone who thinks very little of themselves. I think it is important to look at yourself HONESTLY.

Being honest with yourself is not easy. Of course we only want to see our good sides. Or what we want to be. But to look at what we truly are now is probably the more healthiest place to begin.

So how you view yourself is important. As long as your view is as objective as possible.

And how anybody else views you?...Well, that's none of your business:)


answered 25 Apr '11, 23:26

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I love that "And how anybody else views you?... Well, thats non of your business". I've never thought of it like that before.

(26 Apr '11, 06:13) evelyn

only you can answer what really matters to you,
where on the scale of self-centeredness vs. compassion do you stand?
or does it matter naught, other than personal satisfaction


answered 26 Apr '11, 01:25

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You know the limit. And you will challenge that limit until you realize who set the limit. You can only be challenged as much as you can absorb. We are the bottles in the sea of souls, don't focus on the bottles. What is inside is the most important part. Everyone has their own time, don't try to control it. Allow your reflection to expand when you acknowledge a level. It is not yours. It is all of ours. Peace.


answered 26 Apr '11, 03:01

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The Knights Alchemy

This is true and I challenge the limit too much. What do you mean by: "Allow your reflection to expand when you acknowledge a level."

(26 Apr '11, 17:49) Back2Basics
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