Self Sabotage

Offering from Higgins:

Among you there is a tendency toward self-sabotage. On the one hand each of you desires to feel better. On the other hand impulses drive you to commit actions that are contrary to the achievement of your desires.

This occurs for those whose beliefs and desires are incompatible. Both the desire and the belief that the desire can be achieved must exist simultaneously. When desire and belief are simultaneously held impulses are offered that are in alignment with the achievement of things desirable rather than the sabotage of the achievement of things desirable.

If you find yourself subconsciously sabotaging your own efforts you may wish to more clearly delineate steps towards your goal. Clearly defining achievable steps nurtures a sense of ability to accomplish the goal thus bringing into alignment that which is desired.

Received February 13, 2012 at Lake Goodwin, Washington

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