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attitude

▸ noun: a complex mental state involving beliefs and feelings and values and dispositions to act in certain ways

"Nothing can stop the man with the right mental attitude from achieving his goal; nothing on earth can help the man with the wrong mental attitude." - Thomas Jefferson?

"... if the entity allows [the relationships with individuals] to produce a hardening of the heart, or of a determination to get even, or of those conditions that hold for discontent, malice, or otherwise, these must surely bring the destructive forces that build that which the entity must meet; for, in truth, that builded in the mental forces of a body is as ACTIVE in the experiences as must come to the entity as were done in the very material act; for, as was given, "It hath been said, an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth; yet I say unto thee, he that hateth his brother is worse than he that DESTROYETH a body." Cayce (1234-1)

"The attitudes have much to do with the general physical conditions. Let the attitudes be more of a constructive nature; more of patience, more of brotherly love, more of "give and take." Cayce (1819-1)

". . . justifying of self is blaming someone else." Cayce (2803-2)

"If the problems of the experience today, now, are taken as an expectancy for the unusual and that which is to be creative and hopeful and helpful, life becomes rather the creative song of the joyous worker. If the same problems become humdrum, something to be fought through, something to be questioned as to their purpose, their activity, their usefulness in the experience, then the life becomes rather as a drone, as of one drudging, coming through toil, and with only turmoil and a vision unclaimed, unactive in its associations with the general conditions of the day." Cayce (1968-5)

"For, those things that are as hindrances or troubles MUST be turned into stepping-stones, and not stumbling-stones; else a soul falls backward rather than progresses." Cayce (2331-1)


Attitude is a process of thought and therefore obeys the laws of Thought, thinking and mind consciousness. As every force has three attributes attitudes are mainly three in number.


Separation judging, condemning, false witness, hate
Rebellion
Integration accepting, nurturing, loving, serving
Togetherness
Neutral passive, observing, knowing, wondering
Passive


Separation
There are those who willfully lump individuals under labels then condemn the label fostering separation. There are those who disapprove of another's thought, ideas and actions.

Integration
There are those who accept love and nurture others such as siblings, family and neighbors.

Neutral
There are those who simply observe and are neither loving or condemning in their thoughts and actions. There are those who seek solitude for a number of reasons.

To determine which attribute of attitude you or someone else manifests simply passively observe their thoughts, words and actions. If any of these lead to Separation, Integration or Passivity you will know. Their actions and results of those actions always speak louder than their words. "Ye shall know them by their fruits." [Matthew 7:20] So when observing someone or any organization, their words and actions ask yourself are they promoting Separation, Integration or are simply being Neutral. Which attribute will manifest from their spoken words or actions?

See Also

Adventure
Belief
Consciousness
Ego
Feeling
I Am
Individuality
Self


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