When people do not accept a precise behavior, feeling, perception, function, emotion, etc. at themselves, the tendency is to force themselves into a change, and not accepting the way they are.
What that it is happening afterwards? Well, then the specific behavior is getting stronger, and the change is not happening.
However, whenever people start to accept themselves as they are and after that they come up with the change, things are getting better.
So, my questions are:
- Are you often angry with you? Are you listening to yourself?
- Do you accept everything that is you, what represent you?
- Do you accept and acknowledge everything comes within your behavior?
- Are you aware about your imperfections and weaknesses?
- Are you accepting mistakes and choices you’ve made?
- When you what to change something at you, do you accept what you want to change and later come with the changing? Or, do you denied that thing you don’t like about you, and force yourself to replace and integrate a new concept or notion?
- Are you forcing yourself into an unpleasant situation or to adopt another behavior?
- Are you blaming for your way of acting/reacting, or are you telling yourself ”that it is ok and you will do better next time”?
- Do you blame yourself for everything that goes wrong?
- When you think, you did something wrong, in what way do you talk with yourself?
- Do you think you have unconditional love for yourself?
“You can’t give love to someone else without knowing how to give yourself love first.” Tristan Loo
- The Power of Unconditional Love http://www.selfgrowth.com/articles/TristanLoo7.html
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