What is in service to SELF?
How do I know when I am acting in service to SELF?
What is the difference between selfish, selfless and in service to SELF?
It seems to me that anything I do from a motivation of FEAR (which is everything) is selfish and/or selfless – looking out for myself and doing my best to get my needy greedy agenda met however I can, regardless of anyone else. Whether I am open about this (selfish) or secretive (selfless) the goal is the same – take care of my own needs.
The very nature of the concept of in service to SELF is that there is no fear, attachment, judgement, or agenda. It is simply naturally and effortlessly inspired activity in the flow of the universe.
Every activity I can do can either be done in fear or to resolve fear OR without fear in a natural flow with no agenda or outcome needed.
Take the BodyTalk Access Routine for example. I can do this routine because I am afraid of disease and suffering and pain, or I can do this routine simply because it helps me to be more present to myself in awareness without any conditions.
Imagine what each of these activities looks like if they are done in fear or if they are happening in the flow.
Show the hell up
Physical practices like exercise
Awareness sessions like BodyTalk
Nurturing with food
What do you do in service to SELF?