That last point is major When you trust your own path, you don’t need to prove …


That last point is major 🔑
When you trust your own path, you don't need to prove the other is wrong.
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If anyone believes they have to force a point of view on someone else, they probably don't believe in the power of that point of view themselves. The idea of forcing your point of view on someone else is an expression of powerlessness.
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Sharing your experiences & perspectives with others = cool. But looking down on others for thinking, believing, or living differently than you do = NOT cool.
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It takes sooooo much energy to impose your will on others. I know because I used to do it constantly. (Always for their own good, of course 😜)
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When I stopped worrying about what others were doing and started focusing on my own personal development, my stress levels decreased and my joy increased. I highly recommend it. What do you think?



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This doesn’t mean your problems are not real or hard. It just means that you get…


This doesn't mean your problems are not real or hard. It just means that you get to decide the role they play in your life.

The meaning you give to the circumstances and events of your life determines the outcome you receive from them.

Every experience you have is an opportunity to learn more about yourself, about others, and about the world around you. In other words, life happens THROUGH you, not TO you. —Ruben #ThinkGrowProsper



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Although this can be an unsettling thought, it’s also a very powerful realizatio…


Although this can be an unsettling thought, it's also a very powerful realization — at least it has been for me.

Over the years, I've often found that the qualities that annoy me about others are either qualities I've possessed at some point in my past or qualities I would like to express but don't.

Both of these realizations have lead me to either an increased compassion for others or a sobering self-awareness, respectively. In this way, others can serve as mirrors for our own state of consciousness and help us to recognize the places where we still might need to do some healing and self work.

If you find yourself feeling irritated by someone, try looking inward first. I highly recommend thinking deeply about this quote from the highly influential Swiss psychoanalyst Carl Jung. Initially, it can be an unpleasant mental exercise but, well worth it in the long run.
—Ruben Chavez



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