Bela Lampert

Optioned Screenwriter / Yoga Instructor

Verbal Self-Destruction

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Verbal Self-Destruction

Most people are not aware of this.

Or not enough aware.

Being inspired has a lot to do with how you talk to yourself.

An example:

You aspire to great things, but you’re measuring yourself constantly against what you plan to achieve, so you see yourself as a constant failure.

Because of that, the way you talk to yourself (as in: think about yourself) is negative and with disregard.

How will inspiration be able to shine through that? You’re shutting it down any chance you get.

The problem is that most people don’t notice how much they talk down on themselves.

And the first step in taking care of a problem is always becoming aware of it.

So, here is the trick:

Try to go one day without judging yourself or others. Just don’t do it.

It’s harder than you might think.

And while you’re at it, the moment any form of judgement comes up, just note it and disregard it. Be aware that it is there but don’t react on it. Don’t get emotional because of it.

You just want to evaluate how much you do it.

If you can go for even one hour without judgemental thoughts I’m impressed.

Because it’s hard.

But like everything that’s hard, it can be learnt. And mastering it gives you an advantage.

Getting rid of judgemental thoughts about yourself or others removes a big roadblock on your way to getting more inspired.

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