I am about to share a quote from Tom Robbins with you, Author, film star and Father of Fleetwood star ‘Robbins’
From my perspective it is significant, powerful and for the right person even transformative.
This one short quote signified completion of a realisation I had just climbed a rung on the ladder of life.
Recognising that this life creating itself each day stems from the story I tell myself each and everyday because with grace destiny is in my hands.
Suddenly I am observing myself from a height of a few hundred feet. I see the avatar sat far below listening to bird song and I see him smile. I see him struggle.
We are living within as the observer of the avatar wether we know it or not. What programs him is our subconscious which we are writing code for every second as we breathe.
Limiting beliefs about our ability can only program for disaster.
Reading a quote by the author Tom Robbins made the sentiment swim around my mind because of the suffering felt by many during childhood and the sheer quantity of time some “grown ups’ devote to complaining.
He wrote -“Its never too late to have a happy childhood.” https://cutt.ly/Tom-Robbins-
Why would you want to tell yourself your childhood was bad beyond what youhave already experienced? We dont have to relive the pain + if selective memory is your problem, flip it on its head and select the good. This is the power of the Avatar Function. Going beyond your persieved identity.
Believe pain that has come to pass has purpose. Ofcourse don’t welcome pain but we cannot run from it, especially if it is part of our conscioussness or somehow between us and our self esteem because other wise we tair ourselves in two. The one whole is always greater than its constituent parts. I hope you gain confidence to welcome new creative life through presence as the avatar.
Free from conditioning of the mind. Emancipation from mental slavery and suffering in this present moment. Limitless possibilities of our own choice.
I’m not about to pretend to you that you or I had a perfect childhood. No one did even if it was. Childhood is always difficult, alot of the time traumatizing and definently atleast confusing. However, at times, we were the happiest we have ever been. We had little freedom, no money and all the grown ups knew something we didnt. Yet we were in a sense free.
As grown ups we made it, and look how far we have come. Leaders of the community, protectors of the next generation. We have time to reflect of course but we march forward to victory in our humanism and business!
In the cartoons & Films The Last Air Bender, a 12 yr old boy must put childhood aside to meditate because practising this way of controlling his thoughts and emotions he is able to transcend limiting beliefs about his own abilities. This way he can master his power, creating an Avatar Function which transcends the self.
You might not run on water but it will feel that way if you take the Avatar Funtion And This Quote By Tom Robbins seriously.
But what do I know?
It’s just a cartoon and an old man right?
Well let’s try to see the value and message behind the misconception. We have infinite potential – the only one limiting it lives within the mind – do you have sufficient belief to match your visions of ambition accomplished?
Alot of people subconsciously self sabotage opportunities for advancement through a passive state because of low self esteem or an aggresive personality trait also caused by low self esteem. ( having to dominate others to feel enough)