• Jansenius T. Lange, Jr.

Theory of Wise Mind (Part 6)

Discouragement - continued

During our journey on earth, our minds will always face situations that cause them to sustain discouraging blows. This is why we need to reassure and encourage children with good reasons why they should want to build a wise mind.

What is a wise mind? It is one that can foresee situations and possibilities long before they become reality, through its energy’s abilities to reason, vision and create at a spiritual level as well as at the human level. However, in order for children to be armored with such a mind, we adults have to encourage it in them. How? --Through wise mind wisdom education. Young minds need to be educated about wisdoms that will enable them to accomplish their own successful cultivation of wise minds.

What is discouragement? Discouragement is a momentary drainage of hope-energy from within the mind. What causes the drainage of hope energies? This usually takes place when we make the mistake of allowing our minds to either believe too strongly in suggestions offered by our own doubts, or from our human approach to other people’s actions.

Our minds should always be guided by the wisdom of principles of respect. Children and teens need to be taught to stay far back from disrespectful thoughts that pass through their minds and not take issue with every one of them. They need to learn how to be selective in which trends of thought to nurture, and why they may want to reason on any specific one of them. Thoughts that they choose to take issue with are the ones they own, and must deal with, until resolved.

Teenagers often get distracted from their focus, spiritual walk, and partnership with humility right at the time when they are challenged to make an immediate decision. Without respect’s wisdom to guide and guard a young person’s thought process, their mind can only try to guess what a wise behavior should be.

When caught off guard, a teenager’s thinking process naturally retreats to its defense mechanisms and protective nature to find explanations for what its mind witnesses. It may interpret offense over meaningless conduct of other people as an assault to its collective-energy’s existence. For instance, if a young person knows his or her name to be ‘X’, why would he or she allow someone else to dictate another name and then react to that name?

Some teens become offended, hurt, humiliated, or ashamed by what others say about them and take the event as a destructive attack. When falling into this assaulted mindset, hope-energy becomes shocked and retreats, then is harder to recover.

Whenever adolescents are not strongly connected with their own hope energies, their expectations in life diminish significantly. If not soon reconnected with who they are, and also with their own positive belief-energy for who they are, they fall into discouragement.

Discouragement is not an order or sentence for any teen to serve alone or in a secluded environment. Instead, depending on the strength of their relationship with their own hope-energies, most circumstances or situations simply would not be able to intimidate them.

As the spiritual leader, their mind can educate their own hope-energy in belief and faith-energy wisdom. In other words, their hope can stand on the strength of its own faith in the knowledge in which it believes.

Should their mind’s relationship with their own hope always be in check and strong, their mind-energy would be secure in trusting that their human leader was spiritually and humanly experienced enough to handle any unwanted situations on its behalf.

We need to educate and encourage adolescents in our communities to take leadership authority of their own existence. They need to cheer up their hope to stimulate its spiritual relationship with humility’s spiritual energies, just as they do for their own ‘self’ energies.

Humility’s spiritual energies are known to diffuse tension. If teenagers were to encourage spiritual relationship between their hope and humility spiritual energies when facing attacks or tension, those energies would call on each other as friends to ask for help in defusing any tension immediately.

As the sole leaders of their own minds, young people have the ultimate responsibility to lead their own hope as well as to provide for all of their energy needs. They have the obligation not only to provide their minds with spiritual wisdom education for spiritual energy sustenance, but also for moral security, confidence, and strong leadership support. This way, when facing spiritual, human, or physical challenges, their hope would always be able to stand up courageously and defend its freedom victoriously.

Discouragement is not a natural extension of the human physical body or spiritual existence. Children are not born with it in them the same way that they are, for example, born with anger-energy... It is their own mind’s unique understanding, interpretation, and approach to any life situation during their journey on earth that stimulates the development of discouragement in them, --as it is too for encouragement.

We all must remain vigilant and mindful of the fact that we are responsible for the protection of our minds: of the wisdom to which it is being exposed, and to the security of our hope. This is a human life style to practice always and ensure that we pass along to our children.

For more information, please take a moment to read: “Universal Relativity Theory of the Mind”

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