Suffer If You Want. It’s Your Fault Anyway

by Lori Taylor · 0 comments

lori r taylor, revmedimarketing, social media, social media marketing, branding, product branding, networking, oneclicksocietyIf you are suffering don’t look to blame someone else. The blame rests squarely on your shoulders. That’s the point I am trying to make. No one can force us to suffer. We allow ourselves to suffer, therefore, if we suffer, it is our own fault. Being happy comes from within. If we feel good about ourselves we don’t thank everyone else, we claim credit for that. But if we suffer, we immediately look for someone else to blame. This is too bad. Because until we understand that each of us controls our own destiny we can never truly be free to live as we choose.

Which one of these statements do you believe in?

“An eye for an eye” or “Live and let live”?

No matter how you answered, your response was based on your belief system. Yet, if I asked 20 people, they wouldn’t all answer the same because they have different beliefs and filters through which they see things.

Your biggest source of pain comes from not seeing how limiting your beliefs can be. Believing what you feel to be based on “facts,” is a lie. What you feel is based on your perception of the facts.

Suffering never comes from the facts themselves, it comes from your perception of the facts; it’s the meaning you place on what YOU are processing in that moment.

Your brain receives data from your five senses. Your mind then process the data and applies meaning based on your belief system, which you’ve spent years building (though probably not intentionally). This belief system is what I refer to when I use the word “filter.” Your mind uses these ego-created filters to create your perception of the world — creating your reality; they’re unique to you and part of your personality.

The first step in thinking outrageously starts with being aware of your unique filter.

Remember, the main thing that makes up YOUR reality is YOUR perception. How you feel about your reality is your own doing.

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Lori Taylor


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