Freedom is "to be free IN all conditions..."
It is NOT "to be free FROM any of them!"

"The Integrated Yawning and Stretching Technique" or "AuraPuri"

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Sentencing


In spite of appearances to the contrary, there can never be a reasonable justification for anybody to cast a valid cloud of doubt over someone else's original integrity, authenticity and innate freedom.

If such a cloud of doubt appears to be powerfully present around someone and if such a cloud seems – on first sight – to hold some validity, it can only be so because a 'sentence' of doubt has been passed about that person's integrity.

Its presence can only be there because of the lingering charge, curse or spell that that 'sentence' came with. It cannot be there for any other justifiable reason.
Such a sentence is invariably a sentence that does not come from that person's own core being.
In spite of appearances it cannot have been invited, instigated or caused by the recipient other than for the single reason that his or her appearance in life was untimely and inconvenient in the eyes and estimation of others.
It is invariably an external sentence (charge, judgment, curse, spell), implications of which were artificially made to bear "justifiably" on the one receiving it.

This usually occurs while the recipient of such a sentence is trapped in or tricked into a state of duress or stress brought about by those with an investment in making the recipient feel invalidated, unwholesome, unappreciated and inadequate, and therefore dependent.

Examples of sentencings:
"You'll never amount to anything."
"You shouldn't have been born."
"You are always dropping things."
"You are just like your father/mother."
"Go to hell!"
"Give it up."
"He/she is stuck."
"You are ugly."
"You are a failure."
"You aren't worth living."
Etc.

The interesting thing is that most of the time negative self evaluating sentences contain the very same words... the only difference being that "you" is replaced by "I", and if not replaced, - and that is even more interesting - when these kinds of self-incriminations or recriminations pop-up within one's internal dialog, that the word "you" is used, even while one is referring to oneself.

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