(P)ay (A)ttention (I)nward (N)ow

The hidden meaning of pain is that it is trying to bring forth an important message to you.

But pain is not the message. Pain is nearly just the conveyor. Pain means that healing must begin. Pain is the signal. The message is your healing must start or else pain will get stronger. As pain gets greater, it means greater healing must begin.

If you are feeling any kind of pain, pain of regrets, pain of the past, pain of the body, pain of the heart, pain of the mind, pain of the soul, pain of identity, you are only feeling this pain because your healing must begin.

Starts healing now. Let go. Love and respect yourself enough. It’s possible.

I wish infinite love, health, healing, wealth, success, happiness, awareness, peace and wisdom upon your soul










7 thoughts on “(P)ay (A)ttention (I)nward (N)ow

      1. Thanks Phoenix. Actually, I’m doing great. I know busy so I understand and hopefully you get to breathe a bit. Take time for you šŸ˜‰

        That’s nice of you to say, I didn’t think my articles had an impact. My life hasn’t been easy for the longest so I write to keep me up. If it helps others as well that’s an amazing bonus. I don’t know where I would be otherwise.

        Besides, I’m still patiently waiting for the day you release a new article. I feel like you have lots to say šŸ˜›


  1. I just listened to Jordan Peterson make a small comment in one of his videos. He said that when Superman was created he was omnipotent. He could swallow hydrogen bombs, or whirl planets on his finger. He could overcome any bad guy. Comic book sales dropped because he was boring. They introduced Kryptonite to give the Superman story purpose and a plot. Imagine if your life went perfect from birth to death. 80+ years of everything turning out exactly as you want. Ya, P.A.I.N. seems to be a necessary ingredient for living.

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    1. Thank you for this Eric. I somehow agree with your statement. Hear me out. Pain seems to be an ingredient for human beings to feel alive. Hence why the world is filled with struggle. We seem to value struggle and misery. But lately I’ve been wondering, is it really necessary or do we think it is necessary? I mean we complain there is war and poverty but those things are just expressions of our collective consciousness and unconsciousness. Like you said, part of us make it an ingredient for living. So as long as we think like that, misery will never be eradicated. I even wonder if there was no misery if we would create it just to feel “alive” and relate-able. It’s a bit like what they did to Clark. Our human thinking is the cause for a lot of consequences.

      Speaking of which, I was watching Joe Rogan interviewing Neil Degrasse Tyson the other day. Joe asked Tyson “Do you think it would be dangerous to the human race if a much more advanced alien civilization made contact with Earth? Stephen Hawking seems to think it would be devastating based on our human history.”

      Neil replied : “we think the aliens would attack us because that’s how humans think. We can only make assumptions base on our experience.”

      It was somehow really validating to hear Neil say something like that because that’s what I’ve been thinking for a long time. It’s hard to know for sure how a much more advanced alien race would think. If they are more advanced maybe they’ve realized misery, struggle and war is not an ingredient for living. Therefore they can spend their time being productive doing much more meaningful things other than struggling.

      But hey what do I know. Just my take and a bit of Neils lol.


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