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3 Tests Show Self-Esteem Is Insane

3 Tests Prove Self-Esteem Is Insane


Self-Concepts & Self-Images Are Not People

  • Ego will help you to recognize, remove, and replace your ego: a.k.a. self-esteem.

#1 TEST Self-Esteem

1. Who inside thinks your self-images and self-concepts?

Since someone inside thinks (hosts, entertains, receives) your self-images and self-concepts, then they cannot be you.

  • Since they cannot be you, your self-concepts and self-images are mere illusions.

#2 QUESTION Self-Esteem

2. Who inside has your self-images and self-concepts?

Since someone inside has (collects, owns, remembers) your self-images and self-concepts, then they cannot be you.

  • Since they cannot be you, your self-concepts and self-images are mere delusions.

#3 EXAMINE Self-Esteem

3. Who inside experiences your self-images and self-concepts?

Since someone inside experiences (perceives, senses, feels) your self-images and self-concepts, then they cannot be you.

  • Since they cannot be you, your self-concepts and self-images are merely a deluded ego trip.

MIND DEFINED AS INNER SPACE SO SELF

  • I am my mind, not what is in my mind.
  • I am my mind, not the labels of my mind.
  • I am my mind, not what my mind thinks I am.
  • I am my mind, not the memories in my mind.
  • I am my mind, not memories of judgments of myself.
  • I am my mind, not memories of my behaviors.
  • I am my mind, not memories of my sensations.
  • I am my mind, not memories of my experiences.

From: 3D: Daily Dose of Discernment: 2018

#Not #Thought: 2018-10-29

•1 It is a lie to say that people are their thoughts because people have thoughts and that demonstrates that there is someone having thoughts who is not what they are containing, having, or hosting.

•2 It is a lie to say that people are their thoughts because people think their thoughts and that demonstrates that there is someone thinking and hosting thoughts who is not what they are hosting and thinking.

•3 It is a lie to say that people are their thoughts because people experience their thoughts and that demonstrates that there is someone experiencing thoughts which is not what they are experiencing or sensing.

•4 It is a lie to say that people are their thoughts because people react and respond to their thoughts and that demonstrates that there is someone reacting and responding to thoughts who is not what they are reacting or responding to.

•5 If your self is your thoughts, then your self is constantly going through adjustments, alterations, fluctuations, modifications, and variations along with its thoughts—all of which makes your self inconsistent, nonexistent, and just ego delusions.


3D: Daily Dose of Discernment: 2020

#Error #Mistake: 2020-04-11

1. There is no “I” that can be found guilty for a mistake; however, there is a style of thinking that can and should be found guilty for leading to that mistake.

2. To engage in a witch hunt for a self-construct or “I” that caused an error or mistake to occur is to engage in an absurd, foolish, and time-wasting process.

3. To condemn some self-concept, self-image, or “I” for an error or mistake is to condemn a ghost for something that they cannot be aware of.

4. To condemn some self-concept, self-image, or “I” for an error or mistake is to condemn an imaginary being that has nothing to do with any of your errors or mistakes.

5. To condemn and punish some self-concept, self-image, or “I” for an error or mistake might satisfy a need to punish, feel superior to oneself, release a dualistic conflict, or some other pathological-psychological process, but it contributes nothing to problem-solving or preventing future errors or mistakes.


“Self-esteem steals souls.” —Kevin Everett FitzMaurice


Related Pages

  1. 3 Problems Contain Most Problems
  2. 5 Moods of Self-Esteem & Ego (5TP)
  3. 5 Step Solution to Self-Esteem
  4. 10 Questions End Self-Esteem Games
  5. Are You a Being or an Experience?
  6. Definitions of Self-Esteem

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