I've started re-reading WISNIFG as I believe my assertive skills are weak I need to spend some time working on them first. I was reading through the 1st assertive right which the rest of the rights derive from and was thinking about it in the context of God.
Being the own judge of your behavior and actions I think is important for building your frame and learning how to say no without guilt but I struggle with the concept under God. Shouldn't I consider God's judgement and frame as my guide instead of my own?
While I do need to become more assertive and build my frame, I have to consider God in all I do. Another element I need to get in tune with. I think ideally I would be acting as an agent of God within his assertion, but also as my own self in my assertion (if that makes any sense). Before I've had to summon up courage with thinking the spirit is with me in "this" (whatever interaction/situation) although I forget to do this too often. Rewiring my beliefs like my authority in the spirit will help me naturally do this I think.
Am I thinking about this the right way?