Labeling confines you to a box and gives the illusion you have an identity
Posted by Kevin Hunter
A teenager punk rocking drug user covered in tattoos might make one believe they have no purpose, but don’t be fooled by their choices or form of personal self-expression at first glance. Strip away the external costume one chooses to wear this lifetime to see the truth. Eradicate the labels burdened upon oneself such as black, white, gay, straight, male, female, liberal, conservative, and so on.
Labeling confines you to a box and gives the illusion you have an identity, but when you limit and restrict yourself with a label, then you risk losing your soul’s uniqueness. One of the goals of the human ego is to repress, limit, impede, and hold you down. It throws you in the passenger seat with blinders on and drives you over dangerous roads with speed bumps and traffic spikes. In that space, you’re unable to penetrate through any surface intended to expose reality.
To one extent a label needs to be used to give someone a deeper understanding of something when they’re unable to come to that conclusion through telepathy, but you are not the labels you use to describe yourself in the end. The intention of labels is to divide and create separation. It compartmentalizes others into divisions not aligned with any soul’s existence. You lose authentic identity with a label since brands simultaneously give the illusion of a special uniqueness, but you don’t need a label to be exceptional because everyone’s light shines when stripped of the outdated labels that ultimately break down and destroy who your soul is in truth.
Individuality is evident without the need to distract through exclusions and groupings. Classifying others and forcing them into boxes creates unhealthy competition to one up each other and prove your group is the exceptional one. Once you do that, then you’ve handed the steering wheel to the ego. There is no synchronization when you are out of alignment of your most indisputable self.
Back home all souls live in harmony regardless of being distinctive from one another. It’s not on their radar to point out differences because eccentricity is honored and encouraged. Whereas on Earth the dissimilarities are shunned or feared because it makes the ego uncomfortable preferring that everyone be a clone. Stand out without hiding behind limitations and imperfections. Who are you without any of these outdated fads and labels you use to describe yourself?
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Posted on June 14, 2017, in Empowerment, Inspirational, Kevin Hunter, Kevin Hunter Author Writer, Mediumship, Self-help, Spirit Guides, Spirituality, Spirituality For Men, Warrior of Light, Wise One and tagged Kevin Hunter, Kevin Hunter books, Labels, Religion and Spirituality, spirituality. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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