How… can you ‘give up interpretation,’ today?

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Weekly Question:  How… can you ‘give up’ interpretation?

Weekly Intention: Acceptance


Daily Affirmation: I accept it.


Notes/Thoughts

“Accept everything, just the way it is…”
– Miyamoto Musashi

This week’s question is “How can you ‘give up’ interpretation?”

So, let’s start with defining ‘give up…’

give up
/ɡiv/əp/
phrasal verb

1. To stop thinking something (in this case).

Ex: She accepted her decision, and gave up her interpretation about it.

Let’s continue with defining ‘interpretation…’


interpretation
/inˌtərprəˈtāSH(ə)n/
noun

1. The act of defining, labeling or explaining something (as good or bad).

Ex: She contemplated the incident without interpretation and decided it was simply “what happened.”

And let’s not forget “acceptance…”


acceptance
/əkˈseptəns/
noun

1. Something accepted as suitable.

Ex: She accepted her reasons as suitable.


How can you ‘give up your interpretation,’ today?

  • Give up interpretations…
    Notice when you’re labeling something as “good” or “bad,” and simply
    say to yourself, “This is what happened.”  
  • Be neutral! 
    Examine a situation from every angle…examine the facts and circumstances, and if you have to consider it, as we often do, simply say, “This was supposed to happen for the greater good.”
  • Take action, if you’re motivated!
  • Feel your feelings. 🙂
  • Encourage others to give up their judgments…
  • Remind yourself, “I am free!”

Ask yourself, “How can I give up interpretation, today?”
Then, live from the question and see what unfolds…


Recommended Article:
Click here: “Give Up on Judgement”
 


Weekly Notes

Notice… if you’re judging yourself ~ for “judging,” and simply say, “Oh, I’m judging myself.” 🙂  Because allowing yourself to “be” can lead to higher states of consciousness and higher states of consciousness can be fun!

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