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Rediscover who you are apart from the painful experiences of your past


©2020 Condition for Life


If you're overcommitted...

...then at some level, you feel undervalued. 

Not personally or professionally, as much as spiritually insignificant.

The solution is NOT to consciously commit to less; it's learning how to see yourself better.

Currently, the problem is that when you look at yourself (self-image), you don't entirely like what you see / who you are, and you believe that doing more will fill your void. 

It won't; it can't, it's a trap!

To be blunt, you've confused and now believe that some painful experience(s) from your past is who you are.

You've mistaken your Experiences for your Identity; this is what I call an identity crisis!

The ONLY solution is to contemplate who you are apart from the painful, ill-defining, and degrading experiences of your past--action will not help you here; it will only make matters worse. 

Premature action is a desperate attempt to become worthy, while contemplation is a willingness to embrace your inherent worthiness.

Once you recognize your foundational goodness/enoughness, overcommitting will not make sense.

"One day, I realized I'm enough, and suddenly, everything changed." Michael Rizk