Henry Noel is creating a way to understand our perceptions
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Like anything we do in life, in order to understand it we must study it, and that is especially true for ourselves. We must learn we can think for ourselves and take the responsibility to do just that. We must also learn why we react the way we do, why we let our buttons get pushed, what issues really get our goat, and we have to change our perceptions and our reactions to these issues.

If you are feeling unhappy, guilty, depressed, stressed, and angry, begin asking the question, why? Why am I feeling stressed, why am I feeling unhappy, why am I letting the things going on around me get me angry. Once you can recognize what you feel is a reaction to what is going on around you and is being controlled by your perceptions of these things, then you can piece together the cause and effects of your life. You must come to understand it is you who allow the external circumstances to affect your internal feelings, and your reactions, and it is you who allow yourself to be controlled by what is going on outside yourself. Once you understand these causes and effects, then you can begin the “Stop” process. Stop letting external circumstances affect your life. Stop justifying the external circumstances in the first place. Stop investing your valuable emotions in these valueless external circumstances. Stop your justifications for entertaining these external circumstances. There are no external circumstances worth your health, your peace-of-mind, or your happiness.

Prisons were designed to keep elements of society away from other elements of society. But the prisons, we all live in, were created by us, and we lock ourselves away not to separate ourselves from others, but to lock ourselves away from ourselves. Fear, guilt and worry imprison us in a way no external prison can. We wait behind the walls we’ve built looking for someone to free us, when we know no one can do that but ourselves. By judging ourselves, living in fear and wasting our time worrying, the walls we build only get higher and thicker, and we are separated further and further from ourselves. We build the perceptions of these walls so well, when the walls do come down we still see them and live accordingly.

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Like anything we do in life, in order to understand it we must study it, and that is especially true for ourselves. We must learn we can think for ourselves and take the responsibility to do just that. We must also learn why we react the way we do, why we let our buttons get pushed, what issues really get our goat, and we have to change our perceptions and our reactions to these issues.

If you are feeling unhappy, guilty, depressed, stressed, and angry, begin asking the question, why? Why am I feeling stressed, why am I feeling unhappy, why am I letting the things going on around me get me angry. Once you can recognize what you feel is a reaction to what is going on around you and is being controlled by your perceptions of these things, then you can piece together the cause and effects of your life. You must come to understand it is you who allow the external circumstances to affect your internal feelings, and your reactions, and it is you who allow yourself to be controlled by what is going on outside yourself. Once you understand these causes and effects, then you can begin the “Stop” process. Stop letting external circumstances affect your life. Stop justifying the external circumstances in the first place. Stop investing your valuable emotions in these valueless external circumstances. Stop your justifications for entertaining these external circumstances. There are no external circumstances worth your health, your peace-of-mind, or your happiness.

Prisons were designed to keep elements of society away from other elements of society. But the prisons, we all live in, were created by us, and we lock ourselves away not to separate ourselves from others, but to lock ourselves away from ourselves. Fear, guilt and worry imprison us in a way no external prison can. We wait behind the walls we’ve built looking for someone to free us, when we know no one can do that but ourselves. By judging ourselves, living in fear and wasting our time worrying, the walls we build only get higher and thicker, and we are separated further and further from ourselves. We build the perceptions of these walls so well, when the walls do come down we still see them and live accordingly.

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