Before I begin, I want to dismiss some semantic arguments about the notion of shortcomings. I am of the opinion that we are indeed perfect. So how is it possible to be both perfect and have shortcomings? Actually, we don’t have shortcomings (as most people define them,) but if I started there, I wouldn’t have…
Self-Acceptance is not “love your garbage.” “Self-acceptance” is considered to be one of the most important attitudes you can bring to any personal-development work. However, “self-acceptance,” as it is used in the generally accepted world view is nothing more than a stop-gap strategy for dealing with our belief that we are, in fact, broken. “Self-acceptance,” as I…
Human Feeling Broken Let me make one observation about being human… Humans emerge from childhood with a mistaken notion of their competency, capabilities, character, and lovability. An adult human shows up feeling like they have to be or do something to be loved. In other words, adult humans feel like they are not good enough as they…
When I say “self-acceptance,” I mean to acknowledge that I am human and an acceptance of what it means to be human. This many sound silly, but very few people want to be human – they want to be better than human – they have an expectation of being human that is unrealistic. If I…
Imagine a small circle the size of a penny. Consider that this circle is what you know about yourself — your conscious awareness of yourself. Imagine a circle around that circle as large as a bicycle wheel. Consider that this circle represents your unconscious. Maybe your shadow self, maybe your unconscious beliefs, maybe unconscious motivations….
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