Be kind to yourself. You deserve it. Loving others starts at home. So love yourself. Be gentle with yourself. Give yourself a break. Give yourself some slack. Be grating ourselves for not being good enough is a chronic habit, nothing more than that. We can look this chronic habit directly in the eyes and say, “no more, I don’t need you anymore.” “You’re not good for me, not good for my heart, my mind, my spirit, or my body.” “So take a walk, and don’t come back.” Changing habits is not easy, but it can be done, step-by-step if we are committed to change. So make this commitment to yourself. Many people have stopped smoking even when there is a physical addiction. You can break a dysfunctional habit as well.
Losar tashi delek to all
Losar tashi delek to all. Happy Tibetan New Year to all. Out with the old, and in with the3 new. Breaking down old dysfunctional habits is central to our happiness, and to those around us. […]
Habits have causes
We tend to be our worst enemy. We can find fault with the itsy-bitsy teeny-weeny whiff of a potential mistake. With this itsy-bitsy teeny-weeny whiff of a mistake we come down heavy on ourself in […]
In order to overturn our negative habits
In order to overturn our negative habits, we must first recognize them, and then convince ourselves they are dysfunctional. Without doing this we will not be able to overturn them. Just like quitting smoking. To […]