If something that happened to you more than a year ago still gives you negative physical sensations when reminded of it, you need to confront it
Beyond Order, Rule 9
What's up, guys, Max here, are you still stuck on some past mistakes, on some past events that may be still haunting you? Well, in this video going to go over how I and how you can get over your past mistakes, rule eight or nine of Beyond Order explained.
Here we are, rule nine.
If old memories still upset you, write them down carefully and completely. It's quite simple. If something that happened to you more than a year ago still gives you negative physical sensations, we remind you of it. You need to confront it. If the thought or mere presence of someone still brings you negativity, now is the time to overcome that memory. I've journaled for years. I've written down all the emotions tied to the event in great detail. Better to let your hand run freely than have not as many words in the paper.
And it's not a brainstorming session where you have to admit anything. It's word vomit, I guess is the best way to put it.
It's best to put everything on the table.
So you really recollected if it's still gives you visceral, visceral emotions because that's something you want to avoid. I mean, it sucks being a slave to those visceral emotions of something else or someone else that has control over that. And so writing it down really helps because then you can recount it and learn from the mistake that you may have made and the mistakes they have made and continue moving forward. We face a multitude of prospects of manifold realities, each almost tangible, and by choosing one pathway rather than another, reduce that multitude to the singular actuality of reality.
In doing so, we bring the world from becoming into being. Without that baggage of past memory is a very freeing. Choose the path that coincides with functionality and who you want to be is far more desirable than sticking in the mud of who you are right now. And it's overwhelming because there's so many prospects, so many options in front of you.
That's why you need to really figure out who you are, what your skill set is, and figure out those three or four doors that you may have success in, that you probably would have success and not the five dozen doors that you may or may not have success with.
Figure out what those three or four doors are. I love that and doing so. We bring the world from becoming into being that's the transcendent and that's the Adam the first time, the second Adam, the the image of God that you are made in, that you can take that becoming that possibility, that small thing, and crill into something larger in real and reality. That being that is super exciting because you have the option to do that. You have to choose it and go for it and make it happen.
Actions based upon the desire to take responsibility, to make things better, to avoid temptation and face what we would rather avoid, to act voluntarily, courageously and truthfully. These make what comes into being much better and always for ourselves and for others. That what arises as a consequence of avoidance, resentment, the search for revenge or the desire for mayhem and not to break down each of these one by one because they're all three really important. First one voluntarily, the only way you can create success is by confronting everything by choice.
No child developed a liking for broccoli because his parents made him eat it. Now he developed a liking towards that or a hatred depending upon which end of the spectrum you are on, because he chose to want to eat this and see if I like it. It's that choice that matters, and confronting everything by choice is a hell of a lot better than confronting everything by proxy or by. By obligation, I imagine those things, you know, you should do, they're going to come up and creep and bite you in the rear end if you do not confront them yourself, it's better to do it on your terms proactively than procrastinate and wait till it hits you courage.
Living courageously in the day to day is not slaying the dragon of every single interval because there probably is not a drag on every interval, although that would be really, really exhilarating.
Daily courage manifests itself in very different ways. First off, when the alarm goes off and in the morning, you can either choose to stay in bed or leave the warm bed and begin the day. The courageous thing, I think you can figure out which one that is. And then once you're out of the bed choosing to go to the gym or go on a jog instead of going back into bed. And I laugh because these are the issues I deal with on a daily basis.
This daily courage is not easy by any means.
It's simple, but not easy to do. It's easy to do or simple to do and simple not to do so. The choice is yours. Either you take a simple where the the pain at the beginning hurts and then you have long term satisfaction or you take the hedonistic route and the thing that feels good right now.
But you're going to pay for it later.
Choosing to be grateful for at least one thing instead of complaining about the multitude of things that aren't as you would like them to be in your life, it's so much easier to complain because there's so many wrong things and we have a proclivity to see the wrong things.
Taking that time to actually be gracious is very difficult, but very worthwhile.
If you guys are enjoying this video, please hit the like button comment and subscribe. The question today is this what one act of courage are you going to do today? And mine is working and doing this, which is a lot of fun most of the time, although I don't feel like it sometimes. A lot of times I don't feel like working. A lot of times I don't feel like writing these things. A lot of times I don't feel like doing anything.
But I can do it anyway because I know it's good for me and it's good for all those around me.
Now that is coverage living life in the objective. Real truth, although difficult and painful at times, is the only place we can actually grow.
We have to take life as it is, not as you would like it, not as I would like it, believe me, I wish there was a lot thing, a lot of things different in life. But that's not reality. Let's take things for as they are and help mold them into the things we want them to be that coincide with our values and the betterment of those around us. If we were the source of our own values and masters of our own houses, then we could act or fail to act as we choose and not suffer the pangs of regret, sorrow and shame.
But I have never met anyone who can manage that. And that's talking about the conscience, the shared conscience that each of every single person on the face of the earth has between right and wrong. It's the most convincing thing that any of us will ever deal with, especially when you do something wrong. I mean, goodness, that conscious is not just knocking at the door, but what a pounding the door on telling you to make it right and to go say sorry or ask for forgiveness or whatever it may be.
But to make it right, your conscience always wants to make things right. And these greatest values, for example, have been discussed since the beginning of time. And those great values have been here since the beginning of time.
I mean, they really are shared true good values, and that's a God family community. And then serving your fellow man. I mean, tell me things that you have against that. Really. I want to know what people have the beef with these things because people who are pursuing all four of those. With gusto, with energy. I don't have much critique for their lives, and I don't think anyone really does any any true critique and give me a better way to live your life than the Ten Commandments.
Truly, tell me which one you don't like. I implore you. I'm ready. And this whole thing of everything before 2000 needs to be thrown out, all this revisionist history, all this all these slinging of mud to the other side, there are some things we should conserve and I think we should get behind these.
A lot of these things are so common sense. And I think those Ten Commandments that Moses brought are some of the things to conserve for ever, not to claim that the courage necessary to confront the full horrors of life is easy to muster.
But the alternative is worse. It is our destiny to transform chaos and to order. If the past has not been ordered, the chaos it still constitutes haunts us. We've got to take the past head on. You've got to take the past. Then think selfishly. Do you want something from your past? Always. Being a part of your present and then your future, I don't think selfishly the only way you can become everything you want and everything I think I want to be everything I want to come is to set the past in order.
You can't leave that chaos, although it seems like it's behind you. Look at the river. It's chasing you.
No matter how far or how much you try to run or drive away, it's still after you. You must take that chaos, put it into order, create something functional with it and then move forward. You've got to conquer the past memories. There's no other way. I wish there were. It's painful, but that pain is worthwhile, is necessary to understand the negative well enough so that it can be circumvented as we move into the future if we do not wish to remain tormented by the past.
True learning is not making the same mistake twice. I mean, this is another fact. If you really learn from something, you realize how to avoid it or conquer it.
Whatever the situation, desire what the situation needs to be conquered. But to conquer it is not to fall in the same trap every single time and do the commit the same sound, missed the mark over and over and over again.
That's not really learning.
But the real learners and the geniuses do this. They read books and learn from other people's accounts the mistakes they made. And they don't fall into the traps that those other people have fallen into. Now that's learning to the nth degree because now you've learned from other people's other people's experiences and now you don't have to make the same mistake that is genius. So choose differently. Choose that you're actually going to learn from these mistakes, not the way I'm going to try next time.
Don't try, don't try, do or do not learn or don't learn. And I implore you to learn. Well, that's how you live your past mistakes. That's how I've gotten over pretty much all the important ones.
I'm a work in progress and I'm still working through other mistakes and past hurts. But that's how you get over them. I hope you guys enjoy it. Make sure to subscribe and comment and I will catch you guys on rule 10.