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Daily Focus 188

And the last of the Impulses post is here.

I will give you the whole list, so you have it for reference. Enjoy and learn and all that good stuff.


SETH ON…IMPULSES, THEIR POWER, AND THE IMPORTANCE OF LEARNING TO TRUST THEM ………………………………………………………………………. * Your impulses are your closest communication with your inner self, because in the waking state they are the spontaneous urgings toward action, rising from that deep inner knowledge of yourself that you have in dreams.

* That inner self, which is the source of your present being, speaks through your impulses. They provide in built spiritual and biological impetuses toward YOUR MOST IDEAL DEVELOPMENT.

* You were born because you had the impulse to be. …………………………………………………………………………………

* Each person has his or her own ideals, and impulses direct those ideals naturally into their own specific avenues of development—avenues meant to fulfill both the individual and his society.

* [Impulses] provide the individual with a sense of actualization, natural power, and that will automatically provide feedback, so that the person knows he is impressing his environment for the better.

* In those areas where you cut down on your impulses, upon their very recognition, you close down probabilities.

* You prevent new beneficial acts that of themselves would lead you out of your difficulty when you close down your impulses. You prevent change. …………………………………………………………………………………

* Private impulses are basically meant to guide each individual toward avenues of expression and probable activities suited best to his or her development.

* [Impulses] are meant, therefore, as aids to help organize action, and to set free will most effectively into motion.

* [Without impulses] free will would be almost inoperable in practical terms: Individuals would be faced with so many choices that any decisions would be nearly impossible.

* Essentially, the individual would have no particular leaning toward any one action over any other [without impulses]. …………………………………………………………………………………

* Impulses provide specifications, methods, meanings, definitions. They point toward definite avenues of expression.

* Impulses, therefore, provide impetus toward motion, coaxing the physical body and the mental person toward utilization of physical and mental power.

* Impulses help the individual impress the world—that is, to act upon it and within it effectively.

* Impulses also open up choices that may not have been consciously available before. …………………………………………………………………………………

* Impulses often come from unconscious knowledge…and then it is processed so that pertinent information applying to you can be taken advantage of.

* IDEALLY, your impulses are always in response to your own best interests—and, again, to the best interests of your world as well.

* Psychologically, your impulses are as vital to your being as your physical organs are; they are as ALTRUISTIC, or unselfish, as your physical organs are.

* Each impulse is suited and tailored directly to the individual who feels it. …………………………………………………………………………………

* IDEALLY, by following your impulses you would feel the shape, THE IMPULSIVE SHAPE (as Ruburt says) of your life.

* You would not spend time wondering what your purpose was, for it would make itself known to you, as you perceived the direction in which your natural impulses led, and felt yourself exert power in the world through such actions.

* Impulses are doorways to action, satisfaction, the exertion of natural mental and physical power, the avenue for your private expression—the avenue where your private expression intersects the physical world and impresses it. …………………………………………………………………………………

* Only people who trust their spontaneous beings and the altruistic nature of their impulses can be consciously wise enough to choose from a myriad of probable futures the most promising events.

* When such natural impulses toward action are constantly denied over a period of time, when they are distrusted, when an individual feels in battle with his or her own impulses and shuts down the doors toward probable actions, then that intensity can explode into whatever avenue of escape is still left open. …………………………………………………………………………………

* When you are taught not to trust your impulses you begin to lose your powers of decision, and to whatever extent involved in the circumstances, you begin to lose your sense of power because you are afraid to act.

* Impulses arise in a natural, spontaneous, constructive response to the abilities, potentials, and needs of the personality. They are meant as directing forces.

* Your impulses are immersed in the quality called faith, for they urge you into action in the faith [that] the moment for action exists. Your beliefs must interact with your impulses, however, and often they can erode that great natural beneficial spontaneity that impulses can provide. …………………………………………………………………………………

* When I speak of impulses, many of you will automatically think of impulses that appear contradictory or dangerous or "evil"—and that is because you are so convinced of the basic unworthiness of your being.

* You have every right to question your impulses, to choose among them, to assess them, but you MUST be aware of them, acknowledge their existence, for they will lead you to your own true nature.

* Your impulses reflect the basic impulse of your life. Even if they appear contradictory at any given time, overall they will be seen to form constructive patterns toward action that point more clearly towards your own clear path for fulfillment and development.

* If your impulses lead you toward relationships with others, then do not let fears of unworthiness stand in your way. …………………………………………………………………………………

* Impulses also provide the natural impetus toward those patterns of behavior that serve you best, so that while certain impulses may bunch up toward physical activity, say, others, seemingly contradictory, will lead toward quiet contemplation, so that overall certain balances are maintained.

* So as you begin to learn self-trust, you acknowledge your impulses.

* It is not enough to meditate, or to imagine in your mind some desired goal being accomplished, if you are afraid to act upon the very impulses to which your meditations and imaginings give rise.

* You must encounter the selves that you are now. Acknowledge your impulses. Explore their meanings. Rely upon yourselves. You will find far greater power, achievement, and virtue than you suppose. …………………………………………………………………………………

Compiled by Lynda Madden Dahl from various Seth books (originally underlined or italicized words in caps)


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Much love,

Monique


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