THE STRONGEST FORCE IN THE WHOLE HUMAN BODY IS THE NEED TO STAY CONSISTANT WITH HOW WE DEFINE OURSELVES.
-If you define yourself as someone who is really conservative, (you're not gonna be crazy and act nuts...unless you're really drunk or something)
-If you are a crazy person (you act crazy, outragious, playful) you don't act conservative, because that's NOT WHO YOU ARE.
*Very often people say,
"I can't do that"
"I'm not that kind of person"
Really? When did you define yourself? How many years ago did you come up with what you could and couldn't do in your life?
Don't allow yourself to be the elephant with a rope around its neck, tied to a stake because that's how you've been trained (conditioned) to define yourself.
*Take a look at any place you have a limitation and ask yourself,
"When did I decide to accept that limitation?"
You may not even see it as a limitation, you may just see it as, "That's who I am"
*So often we adapt to be a certain way so people will like us or respect us, but it's not necessarily who we are.
It is really hard to be truly happy when you aren't being yourself.