Have you ever noticed how good it feels to be right? Whether stemming from a discussion, argument or just having an experience that you just knew was going to happen, being right just feels right! Think about the feeling behind it for a moment…get in touch with the last time you were right. Are you able to notice the feeling of being okay, worthy, justified or something like it? Everyone likes to be right, even those who won’t admit it, because it feels good! Have you ever wondered why?
Sure, there are a couple aspects to the topic, but if you were to break it down to the most basic components you would find validation. Validation is important because it helps us discover and realize our own importance. More accurately, validation helps us feel worthy. Now what if I told you that we are all always right? What if I told you that you could never actually be wrong? Do you like that idea?
The reason that we are never really wrong is because it is us who shapes our experiences, based on our beliefs, intentions and choices…and if all experiences are based on what we have decided anyway (even unconsciously), then the experiences that come to us are right. Its like we are showing ourselves constantly that we are so very worthy and powerful because we are right.
We can even take it farther and say that all people, all consciousness is striving for experiences. Experiences, based on the foundation of all being equal, could not be good or bad or right or wrong. Did you get that? All experiences are equal, therefore none are wrong! You may not consciously desire certain experiences, and that is perfectly okay, but that does not make them wrong necessarily, just undesirable.
So the next time that you are participating in a heated discussion and feel the need to be right, remind yourself that you are. Remind yourself that your experiences are up to you, and that you are seeing whatever you are seeing based on what you have decided to be true. It is your truth! But you might also want to remind yourself that the other person is right as well, LOL. If you do this, you might be able to experience the discussion fizzle rather quickly because it becomes easier to see that there isn’t any point to push for validation from someone else, especially if you are able to give it to yourself!
*As a side note, be careful to watch out that you don’t get caught up in the cycle of “being right is better than being fullfilled”. Many people get into this trap because the feeling behind being right can overshadow true joy. If joy is not your objective, then go for it, LOL. But if you desire more joy, watch how much you need to have others validate you, because that is often a sign of lack from within…and not even being right can make that feel better for too long.
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