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The Difference between Naughty and Nasty - free writing (no edits)

Here we are looking at two placing in being. As one may want to question in ones life about "right and wrong" and when we are individually defining what works for us (the rules in which we live through) we may come to word understanding. It is always good to check in with yourself. Most certainly and then perhaps with close individual others what their understandings of words are so you are congruent with the conversation and what you and where you understand people are... 

Naughty and Nasty

So naughty is recognising that we are "taught" a set of rules, and that when one sways these rules then one may be being 'naughty' 

nasty on the other hand is deliberately going into action with the aware (or unaware - pain driven) to induct some kind of act that will result in toxic gain ... 

When we are being loving to ourselves we must question where the mind is coming from ... is it a. creating a conversation where it appreciates the actions (experiments) of life you are choosing or is it b. creating a set of rules which makes you feel you are not enough so must blame/harm another to gain understanding ... 

Here, one must create personal conversation with themselves this allows us to create clarity; as with out question, we become blind!

... Be your own leader; first question yourself and then if needed seek opinions ... as life is about 'checking in' .... 

Lets be nicely naughty and leave the nasty ... 

peace :)

we are each others mirror but we are also each others teacher ...

  • we are each others mirror but we are also each others teacher ... 
  • every thought you think should be an act of gratitude - for example in German the word 'Vielen dank' means to thanksand 'denken' means to think  
  • the 'god' (superconscious) power isn't going to turn up its voice to be heard it will simply wait for Self to be quiet enough so its voice echoes through our very cells 
  • yoga is being in the moment; not thinking,  yoga is being intentional with each movement you make; wake up, yoga is breathing and recognising that everything with breath has feeling in doing this you find the unity in everything that has value
  • LIVE & BE ALIVE