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Likewise, what we like most in others is abundant within ourselves. Psychologists refer to this as projection – we often unconsciously attribute our own attitudes, feelings or suppositions to others. Profound learning can take place when we recognise aspects of another’s personality in ourselves that we do not like. Others often act as a mirror. It is easier to see these faults in others than in ourselves. I own and take responsibility for my attitudes, feelings and assumptions. 53 A n c i e n t W i s d o m f o r t h e m o d e rn m i n d It is a true saying that ‘One falsehood leads easily to another’.

I am abundant. I am in the flow of life and have enough of what ever I need in my life. 41 A n c i e n t W i s d o m f o r t h e m o d e rn m i n d Anger so clouds the mind, that it cannot perceive the truth. Cato the Elder, Roman orator and politician (234 BC – 149 BC) When anger rises, think of the consequences. This may result from injury or mistreatment, but anger negatively impacts on our experience of our lives. The energy of life cannot flow to us, from us, or within us when we are angry.

Instead of blaming others for our problems, if we take responsibility for our thoughts, feelings and reactions, we retain a sense of power and influence in our lives. Taking responsibility means we do not have to blame. When we react to triggers, such as what someone else says and does, or when we blindly react to patterns from our past, we give away our power and our ability to respond consciously. I am at choice. I can choose my response to what others say and do, and to what goes on around me.

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