Inner Growth Exercise of The Day 231 – Neutrality Allows For A Middle Ground

Exploring how neutrality allows for a middle ground; how it works through duality in a way that creates unity from the divide thanks to the love, understanding, and value it gives to each side; how the recognition of opposites that exist and that can work together to bring forth something new without denying completely one side or another is a part of this neutrality; how making choices from the heart with love, understanding and unconditional love for the experience of life that is diverse and exciting because of our diversity and uniqueness plays a role; and why when neutrality is brought forth with love in our hearts for self and others (as they are in their essence and uniqueness) helps reach a middle ground for the benefit of the whole and not only one side or another side (which is what happens in duality with a divide).

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August 19

 

Inner Growth Exercise of the Day: Neutrality Allows For A Middle Ground

 

Exploring how neutrality allows for a middle ground; how it works through duality in a way that creates unity from the divide thanks to the love, understanding, and value it gives to each side; how the recognition of opposites that exist and that can work together to bring forth something new without denying completely one side or another is a part of this neutrality; how making choices from the heart with love, understanding and unconditional love for the experience of life that is diverse and exciting because of our diversity and uniqueness plays a role; and why when neutrality is brought forth with love in our hearts for self and others (as they are in their essence and uniqueness) helps reach a middle ground for the benefit of the whole and not only one side or another side (which is what happens in duality with a divide).

 

Tune in to the Inspiring Human Potential podcast on Anchor to hear more on the topic 😊

 

Your Inner Growth Exercise of The Day depending on where you are in your journey:

 

  1. Inner Growth Exercise for Beginners: Take two sides of a topic you hold to dearly and write extensively about both sides of them. For every part of that topic that creates a non-loving feeling bring forth one to three understanding thoughts of why that perspective exists (a perspective that links to our human condition and construct, culture, starting point of our inner journey and so on).  Then pursue finding the middle ground to the two sides in different ways through your behavior, conversations, and life actions, in your expression of life.

 

  1. Inner Growth Exercise for Intermediate: Make it a habit to find the neutrality in all day-to-day situations where you notice there is duality and/or a divide that is keeping you away from achieving a middle ground in the different day-to-day situations and tapping in to your higher unlimited potential from within that can move you along your inner growth journey and pursuit in being able to be the complete expression of life and love you want to be and want to share with the world.

 

  1. Inner Growth Exercise for Advanced: Journal about how you are able to share neutrality with others and in your life in a way that creates a middle ground, and what inner growth lessons come from the experience. Also, list one or two things that stand out from your day-to-day interactions where middle ground is brought to life.

 

Your turn – Share your experience with your inner growth exercise of the day depending on where you are in your journey😊

 

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