The more invalidation you normally run in your system, the more likely you are to take exception to things that other people say.
The more likely you are to hear, “You normally don’t look very good,” when someone says, “Hey! You look great today!”
The more invalidation you normally have in your system, the more likely you are to have your feelings hurt, to prefer fantasy to real-work-right-here-reality, the more likely you are to be tired, not feel very good about yourself, and like it’s just not “realistic” to think that things could ever really get very good.
The more invalidation you are used to, the more likely you are to believe that, “How things are is how they have always been and will always be,” and not in the good way!
Invalidation takes a sunny afternoon and turns it into global warming and a cancer scare at their worst.
Invalidation takes the news of the latest wars and turns it into there is no point to anything, it all gets turned to sh*t anyway.
Invalidation says that no matter how hard you try, no matter what you do, nothing is going to turn out right, and nothing could.
Invalidation casts an iron net over everything, leaching the color out of life, draining all goodness out of possibilities.
Someone else is cheery – clearly they do not properly grasp the situation.
Someone else comes up with some silver linings – clearly they are not intelligent enough to know that this kind of thing is just an opiate of the masses.
Invalidation sucks the life out of anything and everything.
Oh, but critical thinking is valuable – it is what got me through my early life/mid-life/career/fill-in-the-blank.
Yes, critical thinking can make tremendous contributions to self and others, but critical thinking and life by the mind alone is as out of balance and disturbing as living only by emotions and impulse (emotional bumper cars at best!)
Imagine thinking is like the flat-head screw driver. It is unbeatable for securing and unsecuring flat-head screws, but it lousy at managing a philips head screw and hopeless where what is called for is an allen wrench or a hex key.
The world may tell you that the straight-edged screw driver is the only one of real value since it is the one that schools, institutions, governments and business mainly use.
But life is not a series of straight-edged screws.
Life is full of all the other kinds too, and they are just as valid as the straight-edged and in many areas much more valid than the straight-edged screw and you need to be present enough and conscious enough to distinguish what each situation is calling for, not because someone is telling you but because you can discern and know these things for yourself.
You are Spirit – an Infinite Being that has had many lifetimes in many bodies here on the planet, and many other lives in many other dimensions, way beyond the limits of this time and space we currently call home.
As Spirit You know there are hundreds of perfectly viable ways of doing, creating and accomplishing things – wonderful things that You came here to do for the joy of doing them – and that Your capacities and abilities are much more diverse than just the straight-edge screwdriver and nothing else. Heck, a screw driver is great, but useless when what you need is a hammer, or a tea towel!
You the Spirit know everything is possible no matter what.
It’s time to start draining out the invalidation and develop the taste for Validation.
Now’s the time.
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