- About Me
i like pandas, music, art, video games, nature, astronomy, religion, philosophy, and stuff.
I don't know what I look like. I look down and see my arms and hands, but I am not my arm or my hands... I can look in a mirror, but I am none of that. Other people have different variations of the same things, so I don't know what they look like either. i guess i like wearing nice clothes to look okay for other people, but i'm not my clothes either, and anyone else could buy the same clothes.
i am not my thoughts, because other people have surely had similar and same thoughts as i have had. i am not my imagination, because i imagine other things than myself. maybe i'm my consciousness, thinking the thoughts, imagining the images, and choosing to do things. i guess people express "themselves" best while doing things, because they are the conscious control behind the actions (though some things happen automatically, thankfully). however, actions are limited by what you have to use, and how skilled / practiced you are with controlling the actions, so even actions are very limited expressions of "self".
I can't tell you how to find yourself, but i can promise you will always be yourself and with yourself. remember, you can do anything you want if it's legal to do, have anything you want if it's a legal substance you can afford, and you have more options than you can imagine.
if these ever need help, these can help each other ("these" referring to what's inside)
if i can’t see it, others probably can’t either.
if i don't hear their thoughts or see their imaginations, they can't hear or see mine either.
words should be read and heard in context (relating to what the writer was referring to, usually easy to determine by the rest of a sentence)
for sensitive people who think shared feelings are possible:
reactions to others is different than “feeling” others.
if feelings are not “good", keep them safe, and know / trust you can't share them.
if “not good” feelings linger, think of the cause, help if possible, or try to let it go. if it doesn’t go away, accept it.
i like to have the phrase "mantras helping" to think of when i want all of the above mantras to be helping.
i'm fairly sure my "subconscious" is able to remember the mantras, even if i can't remember them.
easy breathing technique:
breathing slowly helps. if breathing in isn’t easy, it's easy to breath out. if breathing out isn’t easy, it's easy breath in. if you breath too shallow, use some effort to slowly breath deep. it's okay to breath shallow if your resting, but breathing deep can help. breath with effort if walking/exercising, and breath gently if resting. if support is needed, adding a little effort to breathing helps.
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