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Friday, May 23, 2014

Self-forgiveness for Mental Health: Blame: Blaming The Salad For Having No Taste


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Mind Pattern:

>I like a tasty meal
>There's salad in the salad bar
>I know that a vegetable salad is simple to prepare and eat- I tested it and my body is ok with it
>but I do not like it without that kalamata dressing
>what if I eat a veggie salad without a dressing?
>no, that's 'boring'

Who am I blaming? Why?
The food/vegetables, for tasting the way they taste

Who am I Judging?
I am judging the vegetable salad - that the salad by itself without a dressing, tastes 'bad'

What's the Fear?
Fear of being bored

What is Self-forgiveness?
It is the process by which an individual forgives oneself for accepting and allowing self to separate from objective reality, releasing positive and negative value judgments such as good or bad, right or wrong, positive or negative - as subjective interpretations of reality regarding something or someone that leads to stability as breath. 

Forgiving Myself In Writing:

I forgive myself that i have accepted and allowed myself to participate in a collective fear of eating food that the collective defined as 'bland' like vegetable salad without a dressing and becomes depressed when I have in front of me vegetable salad without dressing and so, desires food that i defined as tasty which will give me all the taste sensations i like - like a salad with kalamata dressing plus all the veggies i like to eat, as per how i programmed my mind to like or dislike certain foods based on a mind definition of what is good or bad in terms of taste instead of realizing that food is about supporting the body to get the nourishment that it needs - so it is not about the taste of food being here to entertain me - they are here to express themselves just like me. It is about me deciding what to eat based from an awareness of what size/portion of this food I will take that will support my body realizing that all food items are plants and animals that are part of the whole - that is life. I realized I can eat a salad without dressing and experience the vegetables as they are. I can forgive myself and correct myself for interpreting their taste inside my mind and attaching them with fear of boredom and a memory of eating tasty food while the poor people in the Philippines eat bland food - like rice and salt because they do not  have money to buy food, where I defined bland food within poverty and suffering.

Word Web

Food

Any solid substance (as opposed to liquid) that is used as a source of nourishment

I commit myself to change my starting point from interpreting the taste of vegetables within my mind to bringing myself to look at objective reality as what it is - seeing food items like veggie salads as what they are - as food - that will give nourishment for the body.


I commit myself to when i see myself judging food items and blaming them - like the salad, judged as bad without a dressing, and blamed for expressing itself by its taste - I stop and be aware of me as the breath here, bringing myself from the mind to back here in physical reality and see that all of us - humans, plants, animals etc. are birthed here, therefore we are equals - so I will release the judgment, forgive myself and correct myself - to rather than judge and blame them within my mind, walk as an equal by being aware of that truth and eating from the starting point of giving nourishment for the body that is not based on beliefs, but rather, me investigating how the body is supported by foods i eat - which can be cross - referenced by others.

I commit myself to redefine the word 'taste' and give it a meaning equal to the story of how i changed.








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