I think you are an amazing, spiritual heart and soul, who can add value to the world with meaning and purpose who also has a brain and an ego that can lie the fuck out of life and even come to believe that the shit that goes on in your self-depreciating mind is real. I think you are a magnificent part of nature, born with a purpose, guided every single moment of your life, on track whether you think it or not and usually fucking ungrateful for anything that doesn’t fit your unrealistic and invented expectations of life. Try this one:
The purpose of a relationship is not happiness. That’s your heart and soul and meaning and purpose at home wrapped up but there’s a conditioned part of you that shouts “no fucking way” and “my relationship is about happiness.” Well, good luck. Because when you try to make someone happy, you try to beat the universe, and that’s not a pretty sight.
I believe you and your life are a huge chunk of divine perfection, that there is no “God” but there is an energy that permeates everything you are and everything you do. And, like a blindfolded person walking on broken glass, you discover that perfection in those steps you take that don’t cause pain. I’m not interested in half life for you, I want you to see the perfection in everything and to feel that divine energy that permeates everything.
Your Beliefs Influence Your Self Talk
But it’s not what I believe that’s important, it’s what you believe that’s important. Test these on yourself:
Getting Past The Rhetoric
You're standing on the top of a 200meter bungie drop. You're going to plummet 200meters before the chord tied to your feet by a bare foot Thai villager is going to arrest your fall and pull you back up with the mind blowing shock of a jet fighter in a spiral. You're going to be totally facing the fear of death plus more.
Self talk isn't important ten minutes before you thought about going on this ridiculous excursion. But from the moment you began thinking about it, self talk has been the only thing that's important.
Should you do it? What are the dangers? Why am I doing this? Is it safe? What happens if .... ? What will people think if I bail out? And more... Our ego, our primal self protective processes, our patterns of self management and previous experiences that created beliefs all mix together to cause your "self talk," and it's not always healthy.
Changing Your Self Talk
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