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Mirrors of Your True Self

Many great people, who did great things in the world,  were not acknowledged for who they were in their own homes.

The people who you live with do not necessarily have perspective about your potential in the world. Especially if you grew up in an emotionally abusive household, you were not seen for who you are.

Do not judge yourself based on what people see. You have more to you than what your family sees.

See inside of yourself for who you are and what you can achieve.

If you feel drawn towards doing certain things and you can imagine yourself doing them, then you can go after those dreams.

Do not accept false mirrors that other people refect you with. Their refections of you are limiting.

The perceptions of other people are not true mirrors of you. Even your perception of yourself is not a true mirror of you.

You can achieve things that are beyond what you can perceive of right now.

Seek wisdom from what your feelings are telling you. Your thoughts and perceptions can be interfered with

Go towards what makes you feel happy. Go away from what makes you unhappy.

Think of the advice that Teal Swan gives. When making any decision, no matter how small, ask yourself “What would someone who loves themselves do?”

 

 

1 thought on “Mirrors of Your True Self”

  1. This is already changing my life I’m already getting flack from the narcissistic people in my life. Thay are afraid it’s going to take time away from them!? I am determined to get better and to eventually stand against these people for a lifetime of success thank you so much for this human kindness.

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