The worst thing is not that I’ve made a mistake or done something stupid.
The worst thing is that I did it again.
And again …
As Marianne Williamson says:
“When you are on your knees, this time, stay there a little longer. “
Don’t run away immediately from your pain, sorrow, shame, or anger.
The point is not to punish or condemn yourself.
Your feelings will tell you what to do, so
YOU WILL NEVER AGAIN FIND YOURSELF IN A SIMILAR SITUATION.
Therefore, stay here a little longer and instead of repeating to yourself as usual:
why is it always happening to me?
Why did they treat me like this?
Why do I have to suffer so much?
This time, ask yourself different questions:
why do I keep creating similar situations
in my life – what do I want to protect myself from?
Why do I treat myself this way
- what don’t I accept in myself?
Why do I let others treat me this way
- what am I afraid to see in my own behavior?
I always attract unavailable partners.
Thanks to this, I don’t have to confront myself with my fear of being hurt.
I feel safe, because in fact – I’m not in a real relationship.
Thanks to this, I take no responsibility for what I bring to a relationship.
We’re very afraid to look at ourselves when we do something we judge as immature, stupid, and embarrassing.
I needed to bring tons of love to my wounded ego, in order to allow myself to see the Truth in the situation and not run away into self-condemnation and self-judgment.
But really take responsibility and fix, change and practice new ways of acting.
Only when we’re neutral and honest with ourselves, our psyche will reveal what’s blocking us the most.
It reveals the treasures:
WHERE YOU DON’T LOVE YOURSELF ENOUGH.
In your relationships, in your body, in your career, in finances.