February 28

Everyone is You Pushed Out (EIYPO)


Everyone is You Pushed Out (EIYPO)

Everyone is you pushed (EIYPO) out means, in simplest terms, that the people you meet, those within your awareness, and how they act towards you are a direct reflection of your beliefs, assumptions, and inner conversations.

So, what type of people do you encounter on a day-to-day basis?  How do your friends and family treat you?  Do you form opinions of other people based on how they act, what they look like, or what they say? We must learn to get to a place of non-judgment.  The commandment, do unto others as you would have them do unto you, correlates with EIYPO.

Everyone is you pushed out means everyone in our awareness behaves consistently with our beliefs and assumptions.  If you assume that people are rude, then you will encounter rude people.  If you assume you are well-loved, you will notice people treating you with love. Assume someone is always disrespectful towards you, and they will be. 

Take a moment to think about some of the people you have encountered.  Just take a moment and contemplate the concept.  Can you recall moments where you were treated precisely how you assumed you would be treated?

Now, I will give you the challenge to change your assumptions. Change how you think about how you are treated and how people appear in your life. You’ll need to be persistent with that new thought. When you are persistent in the new way of thinking about how you are treated, you’ll soon start to notice that people’s behavior will start to conform to your new assumptions about them. It might not happen overnight, but you will see the change if persistent. For more about persistent assumptions, check out this lecture by Neville Goddard. He is my favorite mystic.


Awakening, Awareness, Lynna K Teer, Spiritual Awakening, The Journey of Awakening

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