Friday, June 10, 2016

Searching for my own beautiful human person inside.

A few weeks ago I asked if anyone would as ME a question.
Here is two I have bundled together::

I am in the midst of asking people, via this website, Questions.
The sort of questions I believe can be developmental.
Becoming is the word I use.
It is an objective of mine
to be Becoming myself - a life long purpose -
and stimulate others to get on that road
the road of Becoming .....
ALL that they can become.

Two Questions from Two people here::

1)  How (and maybe when – if that is not a 2nd question)
Did you reach the place where you can see everyone
As a Beautiful Human Person?
2)  My question to you Pip BHP, which I'm asking because you appear to find good in everyone...
Have there been people in your life where you truly could not find the BHP inside?
If yes then what made you stop looking with this person, and if no, what gives you the compassion to find what others can't ?

Thank you Mark & Ian.
I have had many people in my life when 
I could not see/find/feel the BHP inside. 

I have trained myself, and still at it, to deal with these initial feelings by walking through a curtain of those feelings. 
Owning these feelings. 
Feeling these feelings - not suppressing them. 
Once I realise I have that feeling (negative, Dislike, Distaste) 
I deliberately walk through my curtain of feelings, 
accepting & acknowledging those feelings, 
but going beyond them to connect with the beautiful in a person
who may be out of my sight.
Maybe out of their own sight too!

I see everyone as a Beautiful Human Person (BHP).
All their behaviour, and mine, is not beautiful.
I separate the BHP from their behaviour to enable/help me to love.

There is always a reason, a purpose in violence, aggression - 
all behaviour has a purpose - I believe. 

I am attracted to people with obnoxious behaviour. 
(An obnoxious person is a hurting person - I believe). 
I am still scared of violence - I hate it. 
I have lived with it so much I have felt it in my blood stream. 
I still sit with my back to the wall in a cafe etc.