Comparison is a form of a polarity game wherein you will find a positive polarity within this game as well as a negative polarity within this game. So in certain instances self will compare oneself to another person and find that self is ‘lacking’ within a particular expression and through using comparison self will feel less than the other person, this will constitute the negative polarity of the polarity game. Then in an entirely different situation with a different (or the same) person, you will compare another expression to another person and find that you are superior to them within this expression, this would constitute the positive polarity of the polarity game.
Now what was seen and understood within the polarity game was that if one participates within one part of the polarity game (positive polarity) – you give permission within and as yourself for the other part (negative polarity game) to exist within and as yourself.
This is why when self uses comparison as a means to measure oneself against the application of another person whether you come out “winning / positive / superior” or whether you come out “Losing / negative / inferior” you are playing the exact same game within and as yourself. Self is in fact perpetuating the game by accepting self to be superior to another person as well as accepting self to be inferior to another person.
It is in the moments where we catch ourselves comparing ourselves to others, whether we measure ourselves as inferior or superior, where we are able to stop the cycle of creating ourselves in separation to others.
It is thus up to ourselves to stop the cycle of seeing ourselves as inferior to another or superior to another. And understand here that as long as one see’s oneself as superior to another one is inviting the experience of seeing self as inferior to yet another person.
Self Forgiveness Statements
I forgive myself that I have not yet accepted and allowed myself to see, realise and understand that playing the comparison game is a polarity game where I move from one polarity to the next within and as myself, thus just using different people (or the same person) as a means in order for me to feel better about myself or worse about myself.
I forgive myself that I have not yet accepted and allowed myself to see, realise and understand that I allowed myself to exist between polarities swinging myself back and forth to feeling better and feeling worse about myself.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to use comparison as a means to feel superior to another person as well as use comparison as a means to feel inferior to another person.
I forgive myself that I have not yet accepted and allowed myself to see, realise and understand, that through my application and acceptance of feeling superior and or feeling inferior I am in fact perpetuating and accepting the comparison game to exist within and as me.
I forgive myself that I have not yet accepted and allowed myself to see realise and understand that I have accepted and allowed a cycle of comparison to exist within and as me whereby I perpetually allow myself to feel better then worse about who I am.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to be enslaved by this polarity game where I am addicted to the thoughts as comparisons that I have in relation to other people and I hereby forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed my self-expression to be limited to the expression of comparison where I continually and perpetually decide who I am in comparison to others.
I commit myself to stop and expose the comparison game as I have seen realised and understood how this game operates and where this game ends up taking me. I hereby see no value within playing this game as it is only a game being played where I separate myself from what is here.
I commit myself to stop and expose the play between the polarities of feeling good about self, just to find self enter into a point where self feels bad about oneself again, as I have seen realised and understood that I am the creator of my experience wherein I have accepted and allowed myself to use comparison to make me feel better or worse about myself.
I commit myself to stop and expose the use of comparison as it is clear within and as myself that comparison is not an expression of life, as it requires another point external to self to measure and weigh who self is and within this I commit myself to express who I am not as an expression of comparison, but instead as an expression of myself that is weighed within who I am as an expression of life.
I commit myself to not accept and allow the feeling of superiority or the emotion of inferiority to take hold within who I am, as I have seen realised and understood how the comparison game is played and I have seen realised and understood that it requires my participation of accepting and allowing the feeling or the emotion to take root within who I am in order for the game to be able to be played.
I commit myself to stop the cycle of the comparison game by not accepting and allowing the comparison cycles that manifest as feeling worse about myself or feeling better about myself to manifest as expression of who I am.
I commit myself to stop the addiction within and as myself that drives me to use comparison as a means to define me in contrast to other people and I hereby commit myself to stop using comparison as a means and as a crutch through which I define my self-expression as.