Why Do We Sabotage Our Life

From “The Healing Show” Series #12:¬†How To Accomplish Your Goals

Self Sabotage means that ‘we’ are screwing things up for ‘ourselves’. We prefer to blame something or somebody for things not going well because most of us don’t take enough responsibility for our life.

Responsibility is a fundamental key to understanding how we can make our life work or not work.

Responsibility is about making choices that serve our Peace, Progress, Health, Happiness and Success (PPHHS). We need to think very carefully about: who we spend our time with… where our time is spent… what we’re doing… and how long it’s for… These choices will determine our quality of life.

Why would we make choices that ruin things for ourselves? Because we are scared!

The fear comes from lack of support, encouragement and belief from our family, friends and relationship partner while we’re in the process of acquiring PPHHS. They might not like us or love us anymore. They might want us to be where they’re at.

The fear also comes from the unknown. If our conditioning hasn’t helped us be familiar with PPHHS, if our family or friends haven’t experienced what we want, then there’s little for us to go on. We don’t know how to do it, we don’t know how to recognize it when it’s there.

We don’t feel the fear of Peace, Progress, Health, Happiness and Success, but we act it out in thousands of different, very clever and elaborate ways that stop us from having what we want: physically (getting sick), emotionally (getting really upset), mentally (getting overwhelmed) and spiritually (not feeling connected to our body).

Finally, we sabotage ourselves because we’re not feeling deserving and this is linked to how we were raised. Were we taught that we were valuable? Were we taught that we could and should have anything we want?

You *deserve* the best! You deserve peace- uninterrupted! You deserve to progress! You deserve great health! You deserve to be truly happy! You deserve big success!

Breaking out of the Self Sabotage pattern is one of the hardest things to do, but it’ll be one of your biggest *victories* in life!

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