Admiration is motivating and uplifting. When you admire someone, you empower them to do things they might not otherwise be able to do. You can actually change their life for the better.
Admiration can be directed at people, animals, plants and spiritual beings with positive results. People who understand the power of admiration can be very successful in leading groups, handling animals and causing plants to flourish. People who can admire spiritual beings have the ability to influence events in the spiritual realm as well.
Admiring others is a positive creation. Admiration creates its own reality and this reality can clash with and overcome reality based on group agreement. Admiration does not require approval from the group to create its effects.
Here are some useful definitions of admiration:
1. Respect and warm approval.
2. Pleasurable contemplation.
3. The act of adoring or loving.
Admiring another person can cause mutual admiration which is one of the strongest spiritual forces in existence. Mutual admiration can create a reality that is not shared by anyone outside the group. This does not make it a totally sane practice because it must be accompanied by rational analysis. Admiring someone without looking and knowing what the other person really is capable of can be a disaster for those involved – it will not be maintained and the break in admiration will be very painful.
Can you admire yourself? Certainly! It is one requirement for self worth. If you do things to uplift others and you are true to your own goals, you have every reason to admire what you are doing. If you are doing things to improve your life and the lives of those who depend on you, you have every reason to admire yourself and those who support you. It is desirable to be admirable, but not desirable to need and crave admiration. If you are admirable and do admirable things, you will be able to admire yourself and will be proof against false accusations.
If you can admire yourself for what you are accomplishing, you are proof against those who seek to make less of you and what you are trying to do.
If you are having difficulty admiring yourself and what you are doing, the solution is quite simple. You need to handle all of the reasons you stopped admiring yourself. How did you stop admiring yourself? Here are a few of the most common reasons:
By making a mistake and sticking to it by being right.
By blaming oneself for past actions that have not been fully examined
By acting on false data and not discovering that fact
By not handling the confusions in your life
By not taking responsibility for your actions
You may have been taught that admiring yourself and your actions is wrong and prideful and a lot of other things, but self-abnegation is one of the tools that societies use to make you debase yourself and submit to so-called higher authority. If you are not admiring yourself, you need to remedy that situation promptly and you do that by handling all of the reasons you stopped admiring yourself. There are many different methodologies for restoring your self image and power but Spiritual Rescue Technology is one of the fastest and most effective.
Admiration is motivating and uplifting. If you can find something to admire in those who seek to oppose you, you will encourage the behavior you admire and will become a positive influence upon the other person’s actions. It has been said that an absence of admiration will cause actions and conditions to persist. It may not be a case of admiring what they are doing, but what they are trying to accomplish.
Lack of admiration can drive people to demand admiration by force. Enforced admiration (enforced respect) degrades the enforcer and the subject of enforcement. What happens to you when someone stops admiring you? It can feel like someone is turning off your energy. You can feel a major loss and that will change your behavior
What stops you from admiring something or someone? The being you have admired has stopped their admirable behavior
You can learn more about about admiration through exercises and personal experiments than through reading endless scientific observations, most of which are based on studies of blood circulation in the brain.
When you learn how to freely admire others and yourself, you will be well on your way to achieving higher states of awareness. Those who are doing this recommend it highly.
David St Lawrence
These are excerpts from my Webinar on Admiration dated 5-28/17. The video recording of the webinar can be seen at https://vimeo.com/219460506