Hey fellow “ordinary guru seeking” tribe members; Happy Monday. I sincerely mean that. Speaking of sincerity – let’s take a look at what Karen is looking at. I think it can offer a treasure for anyone who asks, “What’s this got to do with me?”
Hello Mr. White
I am really sincere about improving my life by dropping my bad habit of being a trouble-maker. Everyone tells me that I am a trouble-maker. I have been working on this bad habit for over two years, and I still say things that start trouble. What am I doing wrong, Mr. White?
Any tip will do. You are my ordinary guru today. Will you tell me what you think?
Thank you, Karen S.
Hello Karen S.
The first thing you want to do, which is right for you to do, Karen, is to be truly sincere by questioning your sincerity. Be rigorously honest with yourself. Hide nothing from yourself. Fear no consequences when you admit the truth about this matter of being a trouble-maker. Get to the bottom of what motivates you to say what you say that starts trouble. I did not say to make yourself wrong. Do not make yourself wrong.
Take the wrongness out of your trouble-making habit, and you create space to make it right. If you make trouble-making wrong, you resist it. What you resist will most definitely persist. That is immutable psychological law. The right turn is to turn inward, and begin your work from there, Karen. Then answers will begin to come.
I hope this helps you begin.
Are you sincere about your sincerity? What do you insist you are sincere about, yet no matter how hard you try – you find yourself still running round and round on the same hamster wheel? Open yourself to your own inner light, and a “breakthrough insight” will come as an unexpected delight.
Blessings & Love, Rob
PS Simply be interested in your own unique enlightenment, and you will be sincere