Member since September 2011.


Here, gratefully, walking the Process of ReBirth. Until All Life is Free, as Me, in/as Equality and Oneness. This is Possible.

Kristina Salas

286: Using My Mind to Distract Myself

Distractions. That is a point I'm continuing with and going to look at the various ways I've distracted myself as a way to not face myself, to not be here but to simply entertain myself, constantly looking for a form of reward. The reward is usually as positive energy, feel... —

274: Face the Mind without Judgment

This is a continuation of a series I've been walking through writing, which you can see here: 271: Stuck in the Mind 272: Our Responsibility to become Self-Aware 273: Points of Anger, Impatience, Blame and Comparisons The next point that I can see within the initial wr... —

272: Our Responsibility to Become Self-Aware

In continuing from yesterdays post, the first thing that I see required attention from looking it over was this point of 'where I was' when coming to the intersection where I required to make a left hand turn. What I see is that the last week, as I said in the previous blog, ... —

268: Submission Position of Self Compromise

I forgive myself that I Have accepted and allowed myself to want to be agreeable with others as to not to create conflict or resistance/reactions within them in fear of what might happen I forgive myself that I Have accepted and allowed myself to exist within a submissive ro... —

263: Fear of Loss - Fear of Letting Go

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to fear letting go of points within myself, within my life that I have attached value to as being important or somehow giving me something that without - I could not or would not have I forgive myself that I have accept... —

261: The Addiction to Starting Over

A pattern I see myself live out time and time again is this point of moving within a certain responsibility or task, commitment or decision on a particular project and what I will do is go into the point motivated and with energy as thinking "I can do this - this will be fun a... —