To expand outside context, acceptance
To limit outside context, acceptance
combines with wonder
, and will
to generate contextual flow.
Context moves in cycles, such that acceptance
aligns to god
To integrate new context, acceptance
, and purpose
Acceptance emerges from the need for self as part of all, and the perspective of being in grace (harmony) with all in a way that is just. When acceptance expands, joy arises. When maintained, it flows into courage.
The urge to hold on to acceptance or resist shifting into courage habituates held joy into patterns of attachment. Attachment patterns generate requiring hunger for embedded experiences of empty self. This includes permanence (fate and inevitability) and the challenges of boredom and anticipation (in self and other).
Awareness of acceptance reflects the universal need for self to express though connection to source and the need to respond through purpose. Acceptance is the meaning-independent part of rational self-awareness. Together with will and wonder, it generates flowing self, the source of spirit.