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Natural Codependency
By Tom Kitt
Last edited: Tuesday, February 26, 2008
Posted: Tuesday, February 26, 2008

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As energetic beings we are naturally codependent. This is an irrefutable fact of energy that subjects each and all the common rule of recovery: acceptance.

Before we can learn who we are we must first accept our powerlessness in the face of this condition. Without acceptance, all thinking at every level is subject to tangential forms that come laden with seductions that measure each and all away from self knowledge.

Codependency is the guardian at the gate of truth.

Constant disappearance or eternal recurrence is the unifying constant of everything yet it remains without acceptance. It has eluded us because it is impossible for truth to take hold within codependency. Truth cannot grow in such a medium, therefore we must accept our codependency before we may gain self knowledge.

Life is energy and energy is defined by codependency, consequently, the words 'energy' and 'codependency' are synonymous. We are indisputably creatures of energy and as such we are codependent. Our state of codependency is complete and it may fairly be stated that any bottomed out alcoholic or drug addict has more possibility for recovery than has the average person. We are all addicted and recovery begins with acceptance of powerlessness.

All addictive recovery processes' requires this acceptance before healing can proceed. No one is exempt.

Anything less than complete acceptance just shifts the equation around like squeezing a balloon.

Without acceptance of our natural codependency we are in denial and subject thereby to the tangential forms that emerge as a result. But when we recognize the truth of our energetic experience we see how our table is set; we thereby observe this force that has us so subjugated and in this seeing we become aware of ourselves in a completely different way. We see the demon as our own child and so we take responsibility for its creation. In other words, we take back our power.

As long as we remain in denial we have no possibility of gaining the empowerment that comes with self knowledge. Meanwhile, in opposition, the kingdom is at our disposal. The world is now greatly stressed from the cumulative force of our inability to learn who we are. It is not a wild guess to suggest that we are on the edge of collapse. But, this is a new day - the old beliefs are no longer viable. There is no future without responsibility and unless we now choose to accept our codependency and use it as a platform to gain back our power all is going to be reduced to a level where responsibility will not be an option.

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Reviewed by Regis Auffray 2/27/2008
Again, you make some very interesting, timely, and valid points, Tom. Thank you. Love and peace to you,

Reviewed by Irina Karstein (Reader) 2/27/2008
Very true, especially the last paragraph -- very powerful.
Reviewed by John Martin 2/27/2008
Well, said. We’re on the verge of something awful. Nothing lasts forever. For the last 100 years, depressions and wars aside, the human race has never had it so good. Deceases under control, surplus food, an abundance of clean water, Oil and Gas galore. Because of all this, so far we’ve ended up with over 6 billion people and counting. You need all of that stuff to support 6 billion people. When that stuff runs out, there is going be a serious problem. I think the CIA did a report sometime back in the eighties.(believe it or not they do get it right most of the time) Taking agriculture capacity at the best of times, they came to the conclusion that the world could support no more than 8 billion people in the best of times. The scary part is we’re running out of all of the stuff that makes for the best of times. The sad thing is, there really isn't very much you can do about. That's why our government is spending their time investigating steroid use in professional sports. Good Article
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 2/26/2008
interesting write-i enjoyed reading your perspective

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