Observing Other People’s Beliefs About Us

Carl Jung said that what we resist persists. It’s also true that what we welcome dissolves.

So if we lovingly observe beliefs others have about us, those beliefs tend to dissolve.

What we’re really dissolving is our beliefs about what the other person believes. This tends to empower the other person to dissolve their beliefs about us.

We’re helping ourselves. And we’re helping the other person.

In Oneness we have no labels, beliefs, or opinions. We have no desires or resistances. It’s all perfect.

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