The Vicious Truth

The Vicious Truth
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Allow yourself to be Vicious with your truth.
This is counterintuitive, because we usually want to be kind and gentle.
But The Vicious Truth is actually the true kindness.
Yes, this will burst bubbles. Illusions cannot survive around you.
You will be hated. Your programming will rebel and tell you to behave.
And yet still, this is kindness. This is where integrity lives.
Vicious doesn’t mean unkindness in any way.
It means directness. A hunger for reality. Climbing out of the hole perhaps we tend to hide inside of.
Killer energy can coexist with kindness, because kindness destroys those pesky illusions.
Don’t let yourself pander to the consensus reality. Just because it’s popular doesn’t mean it’s right or sane.
Breaking down the walls of a false reality is never convenient. A flaccid approach simply won’t work.
The viciousness required to shift humanity toward reality needs to be sourced from a deeply guttural movement.
There is little else which will make the necessary impact.
Holding a vision of such an impact gives us the strength to fall into line with it. The body takes a bit of time to catch up with the vibe and the vision.
This viciousness also happens internally. And we must be careful with it so as not to hurt ourselves.
Viciousness towards the programming is not viciousness toward ourselves.
To be clear, this is not in search of destroying programming but to occupy the space it takes up. It is a big difference. When the space is occupied, it can’t exist. When the programming is battled, this is what it wants and it actually gets stronger.
Viciousness is a precise tool, like a hammer. Used the wrong way and you can regret it.
Used the right way, it boosts our agility.
Nothing is more holy.
Now please check out this amazing and slightly tired baby horse we befriended 😅🥰
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Joshua Edjida
Immersive Experience Designer
Joshua Edjida is a multidimensional artist, experience designer, author, public speaker/comedian, and transformational leadership facilitator. Originally from California, he currently lives in Utah, and also enjoys traveling in Thailand, Bali, or in Europe.

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