I’m Willing To Change For Better But I’m Unwilling to Negotiate Myself With You

It is our true nature, permanent change. We change whether we’re aware of it or not.

The sooner we do become self-aware, the faster our willingness to become the best human being possible, kicks in. This is our responsibility; to become willing to change for better.

The opposite of that is the desire to please others in being inauthentic, trying not to upset others with who we are and what we stand for, trying to fit in, trying to dance according to other people’s drum.

That’s not what we are here for.

I'm Willing To Change For Better But I'm Unwilling to Negotiate Myself With You
This attitude of pleasing others takes you so much further away from your core essence of who are. And there is a reason and purpose for you being YOU.

What others think of you is none of your business. But what you think of you, is to be your entire business. It will breed pure motivation and kind intentions into your mind, it will give you strength and resilience to accept yourself, trusting your why. And this will lead to loving yourself.

Which leads to loving others. Isn’t that worthwhile? Isn’t that how you want to live now and be remembered when you go? If the answer is yes, join our online course or 1:1 coaching on modern Buddhism that awakens your mind and transforms your life with wisdom, compassion and loving kindness.


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