Are you sure you’re following your inner truth?
“How people treat other people is a direct reflection how they feel about themselves” – Paulo Coelho
Every relationship we have, can be viewed as a reflection of the relationship we have with ourselves and setting the tone for the right relationships, lies heavily upon us.
By trusting ourselves, listening to our inner truth, feelings, and emotions, we become more authentic and this gives us the wonderful opportunity to become comfortable in our own skin. Yet, when we are not comfortable with who we are, we project onto others, what we cannot accept of ourselves.
Here’re are signs you aren’t following your inner truth
12. You Are “Judgy”.
“Life is a mirror and will reflect back to thinker what he thinks into it” – Ernest Holmes
Remember that each time you lash out against someone, whether it is behind their back or to their face, you are meeting an aspect of your own shadow. So turn those words back around, because what you just said, is exactly what you need to heal, accept, and alchemize within you.
Tongue lashing someone with crude remarks is a sure sign that you’re not comfortable in your own skin; you’re too hard on yourself and you lack self-acceptance.
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When we judge others, not only are we bringing forward an aspect of ourselves, we are unknowingly hurting someone else, based on our own perception of the world in how we see others.
11. You Seek Validation From Others.
When we are unaware of inner truth, we seek attention and validation from others when there is something missing. A void that needs to be filled, and without the proper tools and the introspection to understand and alleviate the cause, we search for an external reaction.
You are the cause and the reaction. What you seek in the world is already within you, you already know the answer because you asked the question. Measure yourself by your own standards and set the bar high because you’re worth it.
10. You Put Yourself Last.
Doing things for others can bring us joy and satisfaction, but there is sacred selfishness that we can’t afford to ignore. When we over-indulge in giving our time, our energy, and our good nature, we may think that there’s no harm but be warned, like a car we can’t run on empty and we all need a refill.
9. You Repetitively Do Things You Dislike.
Whether it’s a job, a lifestyle or a relationship, continuing on in the same energetic cycle that doesn’t serve your higher good is not only unhealthy, it can cause mental and emotional conditions such as anxiety and depression. Understand your inner truth to know what you like.
If you find yourself feeling like you are stuck on the rat wheel, you already know its time to get off.
It will not do you any good now or later, so trust that something better will be waiting for you around the next corner, and it will. It’s time to follow your inner truth!
8. You’re Angry.
“Anger is a sign that something needs to change” – Mark Epstein
What is anger? where does it come from? and why does it have the ability to boil our blood so much!
A face of the ego, anger can come knocking for a variety of reasons. Anger is a sign that you aren’t satisfied with your current situation, whether it be emotionally or psychologically. To be plain, your basic needs are not being met and your ego “I” is letting you know loud and clear that you need to serve yourself a little better. If you follow your inner truth and cater to your needs you may stop being angry.