The reason a sense of insecurity occasionally exists within me is this: At any moment of interaction with another, there is need to “think.” Interaction takes place. Thoughts come first, then feelings, then reactions. Thoughts are conditioned from the egoic mind. The ego wants to defend and divide; therefore, at that split second, it “feels”…
Try to find a way to approach your passion without trying to become accomplished. If you are trying to help others, you are likely to be frustrated. The truth is, everyone has millions of thoughts going through their head all the time. How could you possibly have any control of their thoughts?
Most people spend their lifetime resisting what it is.
Accepting what is, one moment at a time—gives you the power to make changes for the better.
It’s ridiculous to worry about what someone thinks of you. After all—their thoughts are most likely warped and distorted. Their thoughts are not who they are… and their thoughts don’t need to line up with your thoughts.
There’s no real value in any of it.
Stop immediately and realize what’s going on… the dramatizer is picking up speed as long you are acknowledging its messages. That is the actual food for that particular body of energy. Follow it, and it will inflate. Watch it, and it will deflate.
The mind will gladly lead you to a point of “divide and conquer.” There is no compassion.
Notice… when you are observing this behavior in others, your own mind grants no compassion for them.
What are your mornings like? Let me tell you how I improved my mornings, and improved my DAYS!