Day 246: Failed

Today I failed the group not writing a blog.  As with the group’s walking of the JTL blogs, this is not a blog – so the day will not change until I write a blog.


About Kasper Kwan

Currently supporting myself in the process of establishing my words in the physical principles of Oneness and Equality. Had to start this process because I have allowed and accepted my words to be established in the mental idea of self-interest/greed, and only realised this recently.
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6 Responses to Day 246: Failed

  1. Hey Kasper.

    Here I would suggest you don’t look at the point of Not writing your JTL blog from the starting point of failure, and not of failing the group. take the point back to self and see why it is you did not write a Blog – investigate the point,you probably already know, and that is why you feel it is a point of failing, because it was done deliberate not writing a blog. so here you are looking at your starting point of writing daily within the JTL blogs, is it to re-birth Yourself as life and to support and assist yourself through this process, or are you writing for someone out there, which places pressure on you to write and which will have a energy built up within you towards writing and later on accumulate into not writing as a consequences, as the energy that you accept and allow starts paralyzing the physical to move. so look at your starting point of why you write the JTL. do self forgiveness and commitments and correct yourself. don’t hold it against yourself, don’t judge yourself, don’t feel bad, this isn’t what process is about, we make mistakes, we learn and we correct. I just came out of this exact same point, also in relation to my JTL writing daily.

  2. hey instead of writing “failed” – which is like actually sentencing oneself – you can, since you ARE taking the time to write into your blog, you could write one self forgiveness statement, for example:

    I forgive myself that I’ve accepted and allowed myself to think and believe that I have nothing to write / I forgive myself that I’ve accepted and allowed myself to feel like I don’t want to deal with myself/my experience – and to within that define myself as ‘failed’ and to hold on to that idea, perception and experience of ‘failure’ instead of practically moving myself toward a solution that will support me and restore my value of myself as self-worth as life.

    I’d also suggest investigating how you’ve defined “writing a blog” as well as the idea of “failing the group”, whereby the group then is placed as ‘authority’ separate from self, and then within the mind one can even manipulate oneself with unnecessary guilt – instead of being the authority of/as self and stand by one’s decisions, whether one writes a blog today or not.

    • honestparent says:

      Cool support from Bella here. I have walked this point myself where I specifically saw myself as not living up to the expectations of the group. Here I realized that it had nothing to do with a group of others or anyone outside of myself and that it was actually me not living my own expectations and self-commitments. Yes, we do this for each other and this is cool – however, the best support oneself can give to oneself is to do this for ourselves. So, when we make the decision to do this for ourselves and no longer accept and allow ourselves to be influenced by the bully in our minds where we tell ourselves that if we ‘don’t do this, you’re a failure’, but instead do this because it is best for oneself as this is a process where real change can be seen, then we establish a cool relationship of self-trust and self-respect.

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