Step 2 : Loyalty

Step 2 of 12: See #1 Blueprint

Loyalty – What does this mean?

What does the word loyalty first make you think of? What visualizations come to mind? It typically sends us by the droves to the idea of friends, family, God, perhaps a heritage — dare I say country?

Women: We may not be our past but we cannot deny how history is still with us.

Historical societies near and far have embedded something ethereal in the concept of Loyalty. These mystical codes of behavior are prolific in their mutations, and just like disease and genius, they are random, handed down, gifted, learned, etc. but contribute perhaps even predetermine behavior with sexual biases, and more general predilections of repression and domination.

Loyalty starts and ends with you.

Stay true to what it is that your heart sings.

You don’t need anyone’s approval. Practice Swadhyaya.

Perseverance: Loyalty’s right hand woman

“… And I knew that as long as I had that disgust, the world would evade me and I would evade myself. I knew that the basic error in living was finding cockroaches disgusting. Finding disgust in the thought of kissing a leper was my missing the primary life inside me… for disgust contradicts me, contradicts the matter in me.”

-Clarice Lispector, “The Passion According to G.H.”

The energy of loyalty helps you remain true to yourself. Once you have learned how to do that, you can be loyal through and through, without forgetting yourself.

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