There is a difference between my reality and TheReality. Because my perceptions create my beliefs about my reality, I must be aware and awake to my ever-changing feelings, perceptions, beliefs, ideologies, as well as the facts connected to my situations, experiences and events (the who, what, when, where and how). If I’m unaware of how all of these elements interact inside of me, I will not be able to differentiate my reality from the Reality. My reality is also called “my big picture.” My big picture includes what is true for me, or “my truth” (not to be confused with “the big picture,” or “the Truth”). It may not be “true” to anyone else, but it is true for me. I need to recognize that my truth and my reality are not necessarily the Truth and the Reality. I need to stay humble, open, pliable, and make sure I don’t take my truth and try to impose it on others. This is inappropriate and creates tension and conflict inside me and with others.
Tracking all the elements of my reality (my feelings, perceptions, beliefs, ideologies, as well as the facts connected to my situations, experiences and events) requires a great deal of awareness. However, this process allows me to clearly “see” the facts (the Reality), and realize that my personal history (my reality) will come into play as it intermingles with those facts. I must be humble and willing to acknowledge and accept that others may not perceive the same reality, which doesn’t mean either of us is wrong—it only means we have different ways we perceive our environment and world.
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