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We never sit around wondering, “Gee, when is this happiness going to end because I can barely stand it anymore.”
But when you notice the painful samsara of the same situation or [alleged] problem arises again and again {maybe even with different faces and places}, isn’t this when we wonder, “When is this going to stop? I cannot stand it anymore!”
The fastest and most efficient way to get ‘over’ any problem is to go right through it. Forget the branches and leaves…get to the root.
If this means feeling your emotions once and for all w/o numbing them away, feel them and invite the annihilation. If this means, embracing your fear and doing the scary-as-hell thing, do the scary-as-hell thing and yes, invite the annihilation. If this means learning to finally say something as seemingly simple or petty as, “No”, say it and yes, again, invite the annihilation.
Because “Neurosis is always a substitute for legitimate suffering” (C.G. Jung) with ‘legitimate suffering’ being the burning out of samskaras or annihilating the ego’s pseudo-defense system, you can once and for all complete the circle in whatever samsara your current story seems to be theming.
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We never sit around wondering, “Gee, when is this happiness going to end because I can barely stand it anymore.”

But when you notice the painful samsara of the same situation or [alleged] problem arises again and again {maybe even with different faces and places}, isn’t this when we wonder, “When is this going to stop? I cannot stand it anymore!”

The fastest and most efficient way to get ‘over’ any problem is to go right through it. Forget the branches and leaves…get to the root.

If this means feeling your emotions once and for all w/o numbing them away, feel them and invite the annihilation. If this means, embracing your fear and doing the scary-as-hell thing, do the scary-as-hell thing and yes, invite the annihilation. If this means learning to finally say something as seemingly simple or petty as, “No”, say it and yes, again, invite the annihilation.

Because “Neurosis is always a substitute for legitimate suffering” (C.G. Jung) with ‘legitimate suffering’ being the burning out of samskaras or annihilating the ego’s pseudo-defense system, you can once and for all complete the circle in whatever samsara your current story seems to be theming.

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