GUIDE&WORKBOOK - SELF-CONTROL
This guide is for those who often find themselves expressing their irritation, dissatisfaction, and anger, often at their loved ones, hating themselves for that, and trying to control their emotions, but ultimately not managing to change.
You think that you need to control yourself better… But in reality, what you’re lacking is not more forceful control, but self-acceptance & self-love.
When you accept yourself as you are & your expressions as they are & love yourself enough, you find harmony within. And consequently & naturally comes that adequate, kind, loving & caring behaviour that is manifested harmoniously with the world around.
All readers of the publication are also invited to join the Telegram group (the link is shared in the publication itself), where they can share their progress and questions.
We desire to be good, we desire to follow moral principles (this applies to both religious and non-religious people), we desire to do the right things, deep inside we really don't want to harm anyone, we don't want to offend anyone ...
We desire to love ourselves and others, we desire to tell the truth, live within our means, keep promises, do what we set out to do, take care of our bodies, take care of the people we love, value close relationships more than being right, take responsibility for our lives, create the lives of our dreams, focus on what we desire (and not on what's irritating) ...
But often it doesn't work out the way we want.
What we experience is a lot of stress, self-judgment, pressure on ourselves and, naturally, on others .. There are addictions and co-dependencies on people, activities, things, food .. We are constantly trying to control ourselves in order to follow the ideas and pictures in our heads (ideal images of us). And if it's not working out, we get upset, engage in self-flagellation, and blame others for our failures ..
How can we stop judging ourselves, and blaming ourselves for our inability to be whom we want to be?
How do we stop judging people around us? They often trigger and provoke us...
In general, life constantly “provokes” us, doesn’t it?
If not for all these provocations, it would be so easy to be “good”...
But the whole point is that how we manifest ourselves / what we do / how we behave actually depends only on us.
And the power to change our behaviour and reactions to life is IN OUR HANDS.
This publication will help you with that.