Think about that for just one moment, feel the difference between those two words...."acting" and "reacting". Which feels better when you put them in the context of your feelings?!! You will be surprised when you do this and you will know immediately which serves you best! One incorporates your whole being (physical = what you see in the mirror and non-physical = the part you feel) which would be "acting", while the other, "reacting", merely encompasses half of your being (physical = what you see in the mirror) and dismisses your largest aspect, your non-physical being. When you do this you really are closing down your largest aspect of self. This is when your "feelings" really begin to kick it into high gear and make you feel even worse as you begin the process of seeing yourself as having two aspects to self - one human and one spiritual/soul/higherself. But most importantly you begin the process of seeing these two aspects as being separate from each other. Doing this creates the very void you feel within you when you "react" rather than "act". Think about it for a minute, begin to feel that statement and you will begin to realize that seeing yourself as two rather than one is detrimental to your creative process.
When you begin to feel yourself as "ONE COMPLETE BEING" we call this "Being United In Acceptance" as you no longer see a line of separation between the two aspects but rather see yourself as just one aspect, one being. We are betting that you never put this much thought into your feelings, and now that you are being offered this perspective on your feelings, you will start to pay attention to your own "Language of Self" and realize there is importance within each and every feeling as each and every feeling is communication. The very communication that creates and brings forth your heartfelt desire.
Mary Anne Cipressy & David Trippany