Commitment is an idea we can broaden to connect a lot more with our inner peace and build relationships more aligned to the confidence in ourselves, in the contribution and the social construction.
When we commit to something or someone, there is the possibility of stop being present for us by doing something related to it, since the fact of committing makes us feel obligated to always be there for that situation or person, even when there’s no way of contributing and we don’t feel peace.
The essential commitment to build from our inner peace must be with ourselves, with the peace we feel in the present about each person and situation, since this way we perceive that our decisions don’t depend on what we think about people or situations, but on our inner peace in the present, what includes what we are conscious about what we have perceived and what we’re not (click here to read about sincerity).
We all have the freedom to decide, if we do it from our peace, we exercise our confidence in ourselves to create the reality in peace we live (click here to read about decisions).
When looking for answers, we can find information that seems more familiar according to our own experience, but, beyond what others are able to transmit, there is our own identity.
Our identity is the integration of our purpose of peace, the coherence between our sentiment of total peace, what we think and our expression. When we understand this, the certainty of belonging to ourselves, and to everything that already exists, strengthen our confidence in each one of the decisions we make from our own inner peace.
This book is a reflection to identify in ourselves our priorities of construction to live the peace we want in everything in our life.
It is in the present that we can truly decide the thoughts we feed to express ourselves consequently. When we perceive our mental activity, we connect to the possibility of bringing us back to the present, making our decisions as the foundation of our future of peace, instead of an illusion that leads to anxiety (click here to read about thoughts and emotions).
Our mind wants to rationalize so everything happen as planned, but there’s always an unpredictability factor that leads to mental frustration. This responds to our unconscious construction in which we try to build our confidence from the mind we identify with (click here to read about mental construction).
By understanding that our mind works as an antenna that receives what we tune in to, we can integrate it to our experience as part of the process of construction from our inner peace (click here to read about peaceful mind).
When we evaluate every thought, opinion or idea, and we just give attention to what resonates with our inner peace, we anticipate the future from the construction of our expression of peace, strengthening our confidence in what we sow.
Beyond what we know about our body from the outside, we find our personal configuration, the way our body respond to the external from the mental and emotional model we have built (click here to read about personal empowerment).
The motives by which we manifest any kind of alteration in our body are diverse, since we all have our own construction, the essential here is stop getting used to what’s uncomfortable, in order to commit to identify the mental and emotional habits that lead us to that (click here to read about sincerity to ourselves).
The escapes from our emotional reality lead us to excesses, a mind that reinforces our reasons in everything and justifies our behavior can be the main cause of all our alterations (click here to read about ways).
To start exploring our own corporeal condition, we can perceive the thoughts present whenever we feel unease in our body and change the habit from feeding them to integrating them, understanding that is just a decision and that the energy focused on them can increase our feeling of peace (click here to read about thoughts and emotions).
What we think, say and do in every single moment is a decision that comes completely from our inner peace? (Click here to read about total peace)
We realize we are connected to our peace, when we make peaceful decisions from the certainty that we are all we truly need.
As beings part of a whole, each one of us should make their part for the peace felt when making it, independent from the place, the situation or the person, the more clarity we have in our present, the more assertive we are with our intention of peace.
Making our part is expressing ourselves from our peace, words and silences, action and reflection, “yes” and “no”, everything in the appropriate measure. The only obligation should be with our own selves, our decisions from our inner peace.
We can invest it all in relating in a free and authentic way, with ourselves and others, from our peace, simply because we know that every present decision made from there is the appropriate in the moment.
In a world ruled by emotions, and the mind that creates them, we find support to our actions, no matter their level of legality, to justify ourselves. Just as the concept of happiness depends on what each one of us considers satisfactory, the way we relate to people and situations depends on that mental construction, but none of them guarantee that we are connected to ourselves from integrity (click here to read about ways).
Our peace leads us to build from the simplification of our mental and emotional construction, beyond what we think about things and whatever those beliefs make us feel, since our feeling of peace is independent from the mental model, what makes our mind question what we do from there, when is misaligned (click here to read about mental construction).
In each decision there is an amount of unpredictability, we know what we want, but the result is what it is, the integration of all the present aspects. We decide each step, even letting other decide is a decision, and all of these impacts our life in the short, medium and long term, that’s why, deciding from our peace leads us to build a peaceful life, at our own pace (click here to read about model of peace).
Each thought, emotion, word and action has an intention that comes from our belief system, an unconscious programming we have agreed with to satisfy the needs we have created in our experience.
When we start to relate with the world, our programming is present, our way of thinking, feeling, acting and expressing ourselves is influenced by it, what leads us to build from the familiarity of prioritizing our emotional pleasure.
Each emotion is fed by our present thoughts and our unconscious programming behind them, that which justifies them. This way we understand that in order to integrate the energy of our negative and positive emotions, it is essential to install beliefs that allow us to connect with our peace in the present.
Happiness in a belief system, could be sadness in other, the peace we feel in the present is a sign that we are doing our part, we respect every personal construction, we find our appropriate measure.
A society in which we know how to give the appropriate to ourselves, transmits to its individuals the importance of the personal connection to peace, in order to build peace with every decision (click here to read about construction of peace).
Beyond what we know with our mind according to a mental classification, there is what we feel within in every moment. We can simplify our decisions to the peace we feel with each one of them, this leads us to find our appropriate measure in the present (click here to read about decision making).
From peace we perceive that there are people who we have a purpose of construction from integrity with, and that we are free to give and receive just what’s appropriate for it (click here to read about purpose of relationships).
Our relationships from peace are based on the respect for the personal construction of every being and the confidence that all of us make the appropriate decisions according to our moment (click here to read about the manifestation of our relationships).
Our mind plays and essential role in our personal construction, since it processes the information we receive according to what we believe. Our mind is an antenna searching for signals of what we want to affirm, in order to find security by justifying our expression.
By understanding this, we can perceive that every time there is an adjustment in our mindset, like deciding to focus on something different, our decisions change and adjust themselves to what we want to build.
We decide where to focus our mind, but things are the way they are, we can only choose the side we perceive, what makes us have a different opinion about the same. When we perceive our mental activity, understanding that our mind is like an antenna, we are able to start the mental cleansing process, in which we understand that everything is as it is, and not as we want it to be in the present, and that in our mind we find the appropriate information to build in the context.
When our purpose is building from our inner peace, each idea received in our mind is evaluated from our feeling of peace, if it’s appropriate for our moment we feel total peace in our body.
When we align our mind to our peace, we find authentic ways of expressing ourselves that come from the certainty of the peace we feel, from our inner approval, this strengthens our self-confidence and integrates our mind as an essential part of our construction as social individuals.
Assuming the responsibility about deciding in a coherent way with our peace, requires our attention to what we think, feel and express at any moment. In order to build with others, we can go beyond the obligations we create from what we think we need.
When we trust our decisions to build in the present in a sustainable way, we increase the confidence in ourselves and the level of responsibility for everything we commit to from the conviction and the certainty of being ready to contribute aligned to our peace and the present context.
It is essential to trust our personal construction in order to trust the personal construction of all the individuals in society, so we can build together from the freedom of being who we are from our integrity.
From our peace we understand the appropriate measure between giving and receiving, we relate from the certainty of being where we want to be and learn that our word is worth it and that we are responsible for ourselves.