Post Written By Eugene Morgan
Your willingness to look at your darkness is what empowers you to change.— Iyanla Vanzant
Just as it is difficult listening to a recording of our voice, it is difficult looking at our foibles or weaknesses. Sometimes we do things out of our weaknesses and then later regret that we did them. We play the denial game on others and ourselves. We deny the fact that what we’re doing can have a big effect on us. The conscious learnings eventually move to the back of our minds. Our learnings and behaviors become automatic. Most things we do becomes second nature and that we don’t think about them. We’re designed this way so we can do more than one thing simultaneously. But once we begin to observe how we respond to different situations, we then can alter our behavior.
Your willingness to look at your darkness is what empowers you to change.— Iyanla Vanzant Click To Tweet