Peter Dolding Psychic
All beings have wisdom to a greater or lesser degree.
Wisdom is the recognition of who, where, and what you are. It is the recognition of your place in the world, your place in society. Wisdom is actually liking yourself, recognising that your weaknesses are nothing more than your strengths, utilised in a negative direction.
As an example, Sensitivity is a wonderful attribute to posses because it means that you find it hard nay impossible to hurt anyone, you can empathise with others and you will never knowingly be cruel. Yet Sensitivity can also mean that you have very little self worth, you find it impossible to put your own needs first, always are you at the beck and call of others.
So now you can see that a strength is also a weakness, the two are always in perfect harmony. This is where the ego comes in logic if you like.
Wisdom is recognising that if you have no sense of self you will always be like a kite in the wind without a strin
g being blown whichever way the wind or others choose for you. Sense of self is the string on the kite, it will always follow the direction of the wind but within limits.
So firstly wisdom is recognising that we all need a sense of self or ego the part of us that recognises limits.
Ego is essential, for spiritual growth, your very survival depends upon ego.
Without ego there would be no need for spiritual growth, I mean that to be selfless you must have a sense of self in the first place because you cannot grow if you have no idea of where you are starting from.
All animals passes an innate form of wisdom. They all accept their position. They accept their limitations. They live in the present the here and now.
They all accept their nature and never feel guilty.
So secondly wisdom is living life with a simplicity living in the here and now. Doing what you want, living in peace and living in harmony with your surroundings.
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