Are you going through the hardest part? Which barrier to peace of mind is your particular hardest part? I can tell you mine! Whenever I get inspired to really spend a whole day in the present moment, mind watching the whole time and doing ho’oponopono all day long, a little while into that day a little nagging voice hints (it doesn’t really speak) so I should call it a little nagging thought hints that if I don’t lose myself back into the ego-mind world I will miss something, something will go wrong, some client will need something, so why bother staying in the peaceful present that is always so pleasant and problem-free?
Everything I have studied all these years about the power and relentlessness of the ego thought system is absolutely true. If anything, the power of the thought system I have been enabling is underestimated! This power is incredibly resolute, determined, and unwavering in its desire to control my mind and my thoughts.
But I say this to the thought system that I have followed most of my life: I (the real “I,” not the small self who role-plays all day in the world) will be resolute, determined, and unwavering in my “Crusade from Chaos,” in my “Pursuit of Peace.”
So think about what the “hardest part” in YOUR pursuit of peace really is. And keep working through it, no matter how powerful your “barrier” seems to be.
The work we are doing here doesn’t eliminate the ego thought system. It merely shortens its life.