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How to catch yourself sabotaging

POSTED BY Preston Smiles ON February 18, 2016

Beware of what you look for, because you will always find it. I had this tendency to post something on social media and look for the one or two people who disagreed , to look for those who seem to be saying “I’m not good enough”, and of course I would always find it. Well thats not healthy and very disrespectful to the hundreds other people who are loving and aligned with what I wrote or posted.

The interesting thing about life is, it doesn’t stop there. I began to notice in my relationships I would do the same, no matter what someone said I’d search out the parts that said through my ego mind filter, “I’m not good enough”. It was a pattern, a unconscious pattern that was highly affecting all areas of my life. The beautiful part is as soon as I became aware of this pattern I began to catch it more often, I began to count my blessings and laugh at the ego-mind when it would hold onto the few words or sentences that felt like an attack.

You beat the ego but not trying to “BEAT” the ego, but by becoming and observer of it. Begin to notice what you make things mean, pay attention to how you listening creates drama. The moment you can step away from it and observe it, is the moment you have it, it doesn’t have you.