Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Becoming a Beautiful Person (Part 2)

Now that we’ve established what inner beauty, ‘Pure Inner Beauty’, and the transition from that stage to the ‘Wall of Pain’ stage is, I will now come back to what was mentioned before and I quote, “…many will never be able to understand it, grasp or practice it, simply because the world has left them with an incurable bitterness”. They will never understand it because they will never allow themselves to get over the hurt and open up to learn how to love again, they will never grasp it because inner beauty is now out of their reach and has been replaced by animosity, they will never practice it because they are still holding on to the past and to the hurt and bitterness, so it is all they are able to identify with and hence practice.

What you now need to realize is many people will spend the rest of their lives in this state for the simple reason they are unable to do or continue to do all the things that were just mentioned. It’s so hard to forgive what the person did to you because of how much it hurts and how you expected them to be the last person to do it. The reason why it is so hard to forgive is because you are of the impression that forgiveness is to the other person’s benefit, but what one needs to realize is that forgiveness does more for you than it will ever do for every person who has ever hurt you combined. Because let’s face it, while you’re there with the hatred inside for the person, that person is still carrying on living their lives to the fullest and enjoying every second of it. Forgiveness releases you from the bondage of your own hate, and comfortably allows you to live your life happily and open up to a lot of people around you. It literally lifts a burden from your shoulders, because it’s hard work to hate somebody, takes a lot of time, effort, energy, planning and avoiding to do.

Many will say they can never forgive the person because of the wrong they did and how hurtful it was. What many need to realize and accept as an inevitability, as I have, is hurt is unavoidable, you can’t escape it, you can’t run from it or hide from it. At some point you will let your guard down, you will open up and you will get hurt again, why?...because it’s basic human nature, and it will happen on countless occasion because the emotional side that makes us human cannot be controlled, as much as we think we can, truth is….we can’t. I could get into the psychological aspect of it but the document is long enough as it is, so I’ll save that for another day. There are some things we can’t control as human beings such as eating when we’re hungry or breathing; being hurt is just another of those uncontrollable, involuntary aspects of the human life. There are two ways to beat hurt: either accept it, stare it in the face and declare that it has no dominion over you or life and move on living a fulfilled life, or be alone, lonely and miserable for the rest of your life, and if you’re now saying “you can and it’s better than being hurt again”, good luck, let’s see how long that lasts, cause I can tell you that you may last long, but not forever. At some point it will hit and you will feel the frustrations of loneliness, not because it can be helped, but that’s just our human nature. Humans naturally, instinctively and unconsciously search for companionship our entire lives and to be without it is like being without a limb, we’re handicapped...

Next week we finally get to the best part..."Reincarnated Inner Beauty" Part 3 continues

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