We need to come out emphatically from the position of "affectability" if we want to live in peace.
As we are
Each human being perceives life in a different way and on this basis generates his opinions which are obviously linked to his personal experience. This means that we are all right from an individual perspective. That is why OUR opinion always and inevitably has to do with us. Only with us, not with what we are talking about. When a person feels affected by the opinion of others it is said that he is susceptible, a human quality that comes from the root of victimhood, an exclusive position of the "mental ego program" where everything is perceived as an attack, as something "against". This mental modality does not accept what is different because it fears it, considers it at war and therefore acts so that there is nothing different from itself. And he "asks" that every opinion be equal to his own. Susceptible victimhood is a highly trained capacity to feel bad about what others say, do, or fail to do: the person feels hurt and affected no matter what happens, immediately presenting their arguments that are fully valid from their point of view. And she is right...She always is. Human susceptibility originates and maintains painful relationships where guilt is constant because there is no capacity to understand beyond their own point of view. That is why those who live from this mental modality will create and find one situation after another where they feel affected and hurt. Each person who gives his opinion does it from his lived experience, so we are all right from that perspective. YES, we are all right. If we could understand it, susceptibility would not exist... we would be open and willing to listen to different opinions without problems. Being attentive to what others say - as an expression of love or lack of love for us - truly reveals our own lack of appreciation and value for who we are. Nevertheless, we have the possibility of deactivating the importance we give to the "ideas" of others. If we want to live in peace, we need to come out emphatically from this position of "affectability". Broadening our understanding makes us free and happy instantly. Abandoning the victimized position of susceptibility is a decision where we do not need anything or anyone to change their mind.