My Premises for Living This Life
Updated: Aug 29
All articles within this blog rely on these principles - by KC Johnson
These are the fundamental principles describing how my ideal life fits within our universal existence:
1. Everything we do is meant to teach us how to love every moment. 2. Love is another name for the pure unfettered energy flowing through everything. 3. Everything exists as part of a balance of energies, and when that energy flow is out of balance forces will attempt to regain stasis. 4. The human experience is composed of two paradigms, the universal connection not based on judgment and the experiential that includes our Inner Child, micro-personalities, and our use of the protective mechanism of judgment. 5. We are 100% responsible for our thoughts, actions, and for the experiences we have. 6. All of our constant stream of experiences are meant to be learning moments, not needing to be judged. 7. Thoughts of judgment disrupt our energetic balance. 8. We need to view our soul as a partnership meaning that we accept and are thankful for the experiences that our soul sends our way. 9. Our aware self is that deep inner voice that is our soul speaking to us that never uses judgment when communicating with us. 10. We come into this life after having lived many other lifetimes, and some of those past lifetime experiences, known as karma, can give us residual responsibilities to yet resolved in our present lifetime. 11. We begin developing our Inner Child even before birth as we learn how to deal with the experiences coming our way. 12. Our Inner Child becomes the foundation for our lifetime although we can help our Inner Child mature as we intentionally release held fears. 13. Our micro-personalities, known as micro-voices, are the pure skills our Inner Child creates to function in the physical world of experiences. 14. Our Inner Child tasks the pure-skilled micro-voices with protecting it as it interacts with the personalities and actions of other people that make it feel unsafe. 15. Maintaining a healthy, fully safe experience for our Inner Child requires fulsome nurturing including continuous hugging, appropriate and generous touch, two-way communication, acceptance for the uniqueness of each person, and support for ideas, self-identities, and decisions done non-judgmentally and into adulthood. 16. When there are no painful or unsafe experiences being felt our Inner Child will have no need to task micro-voices to take protective actions so it can return to using the original micro-voices with their unadulterated pure skills. 17. When there are painful or unsafe experiences our Inner Child tasks the micro-voices with developing protective skills that use judgment to create barriers as attempts to shield the Inner Child from feeling unsafe.
18. Micro-voices are the components that make up our personality that becomes a reflection of the learned experiences we have had and of the type of tasking our Inner Child has had the micro-voices develop. 19. We have two main faces to our personality: our inner face is the protected sense of self that holds our most deeply held fears that are protected by our micro-voices and that reflect our vulnerabilities; our outer face is the sanitized effort by our Inner Child to hide our vulnerabilities and to show the world the best personality our Inner Child is willing to let be seen. 20. Both our inner and outer faces are vital tools our Inner Child needs to use to handle life experiences. 21. Every held thought and action we hold about ourselves become reflective links to our Inner Child’s sense of safety and past held fears. 22. Each micro-voice that has developed protective mechanisms for our Inner Child holds onto these energies like a cocoon with each layer of protection filtering perceptions of the world around us, the more traumas held, the more skewed our perception of the world becomes. 23. We can intentionally communicate with our micro-voices through our soul and aware self to release held fears and return to our pure-skilled micro-voices once our Inner Child begins to feel safe and no longer has a need to for protection. 24. To release our fears we need to talk with each of our micro-voices asking them to discuss their held fears, the traumatic experiences associated with the fears, to listen to what they want us to do to help our Inner Child feel safer, and then take steps to satisfy the concerns.
25. Moving into adulthood we often leave our Inner Child behind, and since our sense of self is developed during our childhood and our sense of self is the filter we see the world through and develop our life around, it is vitally important to consciously embrace and involve our Inner Child in our daily activities. 26. Releasing our fears re-connects our Inner Child with the pure flow of energy we started life with, it is a full circle that brings us back into awareness of our universal connection to life-energies our Inner Child knew at our birth.