What is a drama?

Drama is created beyond our willpower by our ego, is a replay based on our unconscious interpretation of past pain, and is a futile attempt to get a different result.

It is an obsession with delusions that is to repair the past in the replay, and it’s also an illusion that if we could control the situation in the replay, the pain of the past might be healed.

There is no love in such drama for others or for ourselves, but there is only an obsession with illusions.

On the other hand, what we actually want is healing and freedom from the past.

However, the obsession is closely intertwined with past negative emotional experiences, so craving to repair the past are beyond willpower and powerful uncontrollably and it can become an addiction easily.

In this way, we are often swayed by our own powerful emotions uncontrollably by some trigger.

Therefore, no matter how much we wish to “stop doing this” when we are calm, it will never come true by willpower, and only when we realize and accept our own helplessness against our ego can we find a way to recover.

Until then, and every time we return to the point where we are swayed by our own powerful emotions, we return again into the drama and lose the present.

The drama is born when we identify our ego, emotions, body or etc. with ourselves. Therefore, drama can only exist at the level of the mind, and the moment we return to our true nature, we cannot live the drama or be influenced by our emotions.

And fortunately, the profound choices to return to our true nature is only made by ourselves when we can be calm enough to observe ourselves without any judgment.

We are not victims, nor assaulters, nor the ego, nor the mind, nor the body, nor the emotion, but our true nature, the existence transcends all of them.🙏💗✨


Author: absolute_spirit_with_you

Motivational speaker, Spiritual messenger, Philosopher. The truth I found is that it's only me to accept. I, not I, am the only one who exists in the infinite universe. It's only now and here.

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