This is to all of you wonderful people who venture into my blog even for a brief moment, this is less of a disclaimer than it is an expression of my intent:
To all of you who enter this space and engage with the content and with me personally, you do so of your own free will. If you find any of the contents disagreeable or challenging in any way, then you will have a lot to think about. But you always have a choice as to how you wish to react. The responsibility for your beliefs rests on your own heads, and it is not my responsibility to justify your own lack of understanding if you have one, by explaining my beliefs, although I shall if you are genuinely interested.
Just as I do not ask you to question the integrity of your beliefs, I indulge my beliefs for good reason because they work for me, and so I take responsibility for them. Some of the things I write about may ring true for some, others may think it pure fantasy, and others yet may be ambivalent, including of course all shades in between. All I ask is that you maintain an open mind during your visit, and at least be willing to entertain some of the often challenging concepts I present in my work, if only for your own entertainment and fun, and the excuse of a little jaunt into your own minds and realities. I seek to change no thing and no one, just merely present alternative forms of thinking and perhaps inspire a little spark of creativity, and if in the process that encourages change, then enjoy the journey. As my dear friend Seth says:
“I come here because it’s fun. I have fun when I come here. I do not come here because I feel that I have any great responsibility for your beings or welfare. Who am I to set myself against the innate wisdom of your own individual being, or to take upon my invisible shoulders the great privilege or joyful responsibility for your behaviour and destiny?”
(Conversations With Seth – Book Two, Susan M.Watkins, Moment Point Press, 2006)
6 thoughts on “Disclaimer/Focus of Intent”
Your friend makes sense. If he took the photo above he has a good eye for a great shot — on a clear day, you can see for everrrrrrrrrrrrr … dammit, I feel a song coming on …
Thank you I shall pass on your appreciation…
I am wandering through and finding so much to enjoy… I have seen you on John’s site and laughed at the banter in your comments but honestly, I am more than a little awed by your mind. So, I am following you. And yes, you are inspiring.
I am extremely honoured and quite humbled by your lovely comments, and the fact that you have taken the trouble to come and visit. I too know you from John’s blog and those of others, and I’m always rather flattered when staunch followers of his get inquisitive and pop over for a visit, though few stay. So thank you for hitting follow and enjoying my work. I’m pleased to have inspired you today emmylgant.
I feel like rolling down that hill.
It was a steep hill! Not one you want to look down for long if you have vertigo, that being said bombing down it on a sled in winter would be amazing!