Today my awareness remains established in Defenselessness.
I relinquish the need to defend my point of view.
I feel no need to convince or persuade others to accept my point of view. I remain open to all points of view and I am not rigidly attached to any one of them.
If we become what we think about, perhaps defending my point of view is not as important as I make it. To better understand the law of Growth I must seek first to look at things, events, challenges, as a learning experience.
One of the Seven Laws of the mind is the Law of Growth. Whatever we think about grows. Spending time defending myself eliminates the need to grow. It takes great effort to defend myself. And even leaves me emotionally drained.
At this point, I am assuming you struggle with this “defending my point of view” issue too. I can see the wisdom of staying open. I might even be a little more relaxed about life in general. I would even come to understand how Defenselessness is considered one of the Laws of Least Effort. The other two Laws of least effort are Responsibility and Acceptance.
If whatever we think about grows and what we forget atrophies, perhaps it would be best to put down the need to defend myself, take responsibility for my actions and accept events in my life as they occur.
I would welcome any comments from you, my readers. Would you like to free yourself from defending your point of view? Would you like to have a quiet mind, less stress? Leave me a comment and I promise to remain open to your opinion.
I can be what I will to be.
Love & Harmony