AUGUST 13: PROJECTION We share all traits that we note in others. Few of us are content with every one of our characteristics. For example, we may appreciate our capacity to feel compassion for others and detest that we aren’t good at tennis. Our physical appearance may satisfy us, while our struggle to figure out a new computer program embarrasses us. We simply aren’t everything the ego would like us to be. The same can be said for all our companions. This COURSE offers us a process for strengthening those traits we are proud of. It suggests that the qualities we note in others, we always share. And when we want to improve certain positive traits, we should watch intently for them in others. Noting only the positive qualities lessens our own negative ones. This is a principle that always hold true. Of course, the converse is also true. Let’s be careful about what we focus on in others. It will determine who we eventually become. IF I WANT TO MAGNIFY A CERTAIN PERSONALITY TRAIT TODAY, I CAN HELP THE PROCESS BY SEEKING IT OUT IN MY FRIENDS.
Posted on: Wed, 13 Aug 2014 09:31:26 +0000
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