“Perspective on: Laughter
Did you laugh because you realised the ridiculousness of accepting and allowing such beliefs/perceptions of self influencing oneself?
Did you laugh as a protection/resistance mechanism used to not apply forgiveness?
Did you laugh because you realized that the exact same belief/perceptions of self exist within you?
Did you laugh as ‘hidden judgment’ of the forgiveness words – ‘thinking’ it not necessary to apply forgiveness?
Did you laugh through fear of facing you in application of forgiveness – therefore laugh in fear instead of applying forgiveness immediately.
Where did the laughter originate from?
How did you experience the laughter?
Did you experience the laughter as the entirety of you or from a ‘source’ within you?
What is laughter?
Where does laughter originate from?
Why do we laugh?
Is laughter an expression of me?
Is laughter a method used by the mind to hide instead of facing me?
Do I use laughter or is it an expression of me?
See – all experiences of self must be looked at with absolute self honesty – thus assisting and supporting self in making sure in every moment: I am self honest with me as me.
These are some really assisting questions to ask oneself in a moment when you laugh, to assist you to see why you are laughing, and are you laughing as a ‘natural’ expression of yourself, so to speak- or are you laughing as a form of mind-possession reaction to something, like as a way to avoid seeing or doing something and thus using laughter to support self limitation.
Laughter / laughing is a great way also to help one to let go of built-up stress, and to help ‘shake’ yourself out of a stressful moment. When you notice you’re all tensed-up and anxious, just stop, and laugh.
And if the thought comes up of- “But how do I just laugh? I can’t just laugh for no reason..”
Then you definitely want to laugh! – you just MAKE yourself do it, even if it’s awkward at first- that’s no problem- that is just because you’ve just never laughed without a reason before.
So, the next time you find yourself feeling like things are ‘getting to be too much’, take a moment for yourself, and laugh. No, it won’t solve your problems- but it will help release the built-up tension and anxiety- and THAT WILL help you to deal with whatever you are facing.