Posted by Ben Naga
We attach ourselves
But then that’s our choice
No blame, no blame
Posted on May 2, 2015, in Poetry, Quatrain and tagged Acceptance, Freedom, Learning, Life, Love, Relationships. Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.
Attachment is something that is beyond control of our selves … you can not control your level of attachment with anyone.
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I have gathered from my experience that attachment is under “my” control, although it takes time and intent. We are very good at looking at what we see before us, but looking into who is doing the looking is not so easy. 🙂
Thank you for taking the time to comment.
sometimes it is but sometimes its not 🙂
your welcome and thank you for taking the time to consider and reply my worthless comment.
Worthless not. 🙂
Attachment without fear. A movable feast of delight if not censored by our restrictive senses.
Attachment always leads ultimately to pain. Enjoyment without clinging is a worthy response.
So much healthier for all involved, the part without clinging. CEN can F you up. In the case of Robin Williams. No attachment to feel solid about yourself. It’s a learning process that is beaten if it is not incorporated into the self & ego when but a child. It is a double edged sword. One needs attachment to survive but if one can’t stand alone, then one becomes lost. We are out here alone, no matter the perception to the contrary.
“CEN” ??? I did a search but found nothing I was convinced you were referring to (although there were a few intriguing possibilities in the list. 😛 )
CEN is a newly manifesting term since Robin Williams died. It breaks down to: Childhood Emotional Neglect. http://blogs.psychcentral.com/childhood-neglect/2014/09/robin-williams-and-childhood-emotional-neglect/
A short article on PsychCentral, one of my go to sites on anything Mental Health related.
I could claim to be a “victim” but I don’t think it was deliberate or even conscious. No blame.
And thank you for the link. Appreciated.
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