Are you Self Sabotaging?

A happy and passionate life can be achieved if we transform limiting beliefs and listen

to the voice of wisdom within our soul. The bread of life is such that if we are at

one with nature we can nourish the spirits of all we cherish with insight

and joy. Celebrate your passion, live together peacefully and

imagine the unimaginable, do this and yours will be an

existence overflowing with peace and love.

Micheal Teal

Self-sabotage is something we do to ourselves when we feel we don’t deserve good things to happen to or for us. There is no logical explanation for why we don’t or won’t allow such things to happen. This is not for lack of desire for good things, rather, it’s like a tug of war we play with ourselves inside between us wanting something good and not feeling worthy of it.

Frequently using the word should is an excellent indication that one may be experiencing self sabotaging behaviors.

Self sabotage can become so serious that it limits or completely destroys one’s ability, or desire, to live a happy and fulfilling life – making it impossible to live the life we where born to live.

Unfortunately, circumstances in life can severely alter our self-image to the point where we feel trapped in a never-ending cycle of unhappiness and lack of self-esteem, self-worth and self-confidence
There are many ways in which we experience symptoms of self sabotage – and most of it comes from how we where programmed, so it is an unconscious reaction to a conscious desire

We show such symptoms as

Procrastination
Destroying good or working relationships
Dissatisfaction with home life, career, relationships and life in general Inability to control anger
Seeking out or staying in abusive relationships
Always putting self down, self doubt, belittlement of self
Trust issues
Depression
Inability to finish what is started

Always having to have a “crisis” in life to feel purpose, or needing drama to feel fulfilled

The absolute need to be right

What do others think of me? or how do others see me?

Weight loss with equal or more gain afterwards

Worrying excessively

Jeopardizing what is already good or working in life such as relationships, jobs, etc.

How to change:

First and foremost, one needs to be completely and sincerely honest with their self. To be dishonest is all about pretending and blaming others and is the most common form of self – sabotaging. We cannot, and will not address our issues, if we continually run away and hide from what is holding us back

The Law of attraction states that like attracts like. Events, circumstances, and people are attracted to other people, events, and circumstances that are of like frequency of vibration. Thinking and feeling positive thoughts attract positive situations. Conversely, negative thoughts and feelings attract more of the same

How much are you willing to do to work on yourself?

What are your goals?

What do you want for yourself?

Find out what you want, name your goals, make a plan to achieve those goals and then work hard to stick to those goals.

Healing begins with the knowledge and wisdom that our minds where programmed when we where under 5years of age by repetition, and where re- enforced time and time again. This became our truth, on how we where to act and react. Now we know we have choice, healing affirmations, again constantly repeated, will change the way we think about ourselves and allow us to become co-creators of our own minds

Become co-creator of your own mind by using healing affirmations daily with your honest commitment to becoming your authentic self.

The truth really does set us free from what is holding us back, and what usually holds us back is ourselves.

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