Third Level Motives (such as Idealized Trust, Idealized Unity, Idealized Co-Creation) manifest as the need to demonstrate our compassion and humanity. They are three-dimensional (challenging Life, Light and Love) and seek balance and integration. What we are missing is Self Acceptance and grounding. We grow beyond this level by owning our creative capabilities. We learn to balance our Feelings and Emotions so our Intuition develops. We become Aware of the meaning and value of energetic space and can then explore similarities with others. This reduces comparisons and the need to prove our Self Importance so we can express mutual passion. We learn the benefits of Alignment and come to appreciate both our differences and similarities. Co-Creativity Transfigures our lives and the lives of those we touch. The primary issue is to operate in the now, where we possess the power to interpret our reality in ways that can serve us. Until we accept our power to modulate our input (in the form of modalities) so our purpose defines our path, we will continue to do Idealized Motives.
Idealized motives reflect how we make others powerful by projecting how we need them into the world. The desire for someone to respond to our idealized motives reflects how we want them to adjust to us so we do not need to adjust to them. With Idealized Motives there exists a duality of purpose, which is â€śWhat do I need to say to convince my partner to do the right thing?â€ť when in fact, our intervention assumes they will not do the right thing. With Idealized Motives, we run the risk of putting ourselves in a superior position where we feel able to judge others while at the same time doing little to heal our own self-impotence. We either idealize our self and deny the passion of others as enough, or idealize others and deny our personal passion. This idealization duality is a trap where we deny our equality with others. Others resist our patronizing manner as a result.
Idealized motives are about clearing up our own confusion due to our messy projections on others. When we want others to be trustworthy, smart and creative, and they are not, do we ignore it or over react and not engage anyone? The dilemma is that we in fact may be personally over identifying with these issues, making it extremely difficult to see them clearly. The source of the problem is many times we attempt to fix others, when we would best begin with ourselves. By owning our truth and grounding ourselves in it, we become clearer about others. Idealized motives are when we cannot do this and take the easy path of assigning blame to others. Focusing on how others can fix us (Idealized Trust), takes us off the hook by projecting our grand ideas on others. It diminishes their input and ideas (Idealized Unity). And when we fixate on how we believe things should be addressed without creating common assumptions up front, we minimize synergy (Idealized Co-Creation). Idealized motives keep us from finding ways to consciously work together because different people focus on different issues, which prevents effective co-unity and trust.
When we operate in a motive of Idealized Trust, the perspective that others are not doing what is necessary creates a perception that we cannot trust them, which means they are unwilling to trust us. As such, we cannot see when to trust, and when not to trust, because people frequently surprise us. When we operate in a motive of Idealized Unity, we tend to impose our ideas on others, which makes them question our desire to incorporate their perceptions into the process. As a result, we cannot see when someone is fully cooperative and are surprised when the anticipated results do not materialize.
When we operate in a motive of Idealized Co-Creation, we subtly discount others for their previous lack of effectiveness, making them feel inadequate and impotent. As long as we operate in an idealized state of Co-Creation it is difficult (if not impossible) to see when it is appropriate to stick with a situation or move on. This is because there is no experience of Creative Communion and flow together. What we need is to trust our Goodness, as expressed in Vibratory Expansion, where alignment produces added energy and synergy.
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