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[New Year, New You] Day 16: How to Spot Your Enemies

Being a good, kind person, you might assume that everyone else is, too. But chances are good that you’ve already experienced a person or two along the path of your own live who appeared to have been working against you. If you’ve ever had accidents, injuries, illness, or struggled with self-confidence, that you have met or been very connected to someone whose intentions seemed that they were not in your best interest.

We’ve discussed that it’s very hard to change the things you’re not willing to comfortably face, and we’ve also looked at the fact that sometimes the reasons we cannot face things comfortably are because we don’t fully understand them, or because your attention is stuck in past failures, losses and disappointments.

Another reason that some situations are difficult to handle is because you don’t see them as they really are–you see what you want to see, NOT what’s actually there. It’s very important to listen to people’s words and understand their intentions. Sometimes wolves do hide in sheep’s clothing, and not being able to spot one can have dangerous consequences for you health, happiness and overall well-being in life!

You can read the rest of this blog post here, which is loaded with clues and suggestions to help you spot enemies in your midst!



Comments ( 3 )
  • Susan says:

    Whew!! Excellent two days of information. I feel like I need to read and reread and listen and re-listen to all this information about finding friends and spotting enemies. I know there are people in my life that I just can’t change and have known it for years, but I just let them say things that don’t make me feel good. I have started telling them how I feel about this, but it’s true some people won’t try to improve. I’m spending less time with them. I’m not going to let them continue to make me feel bad. If they don’t like it, tough cookies for them.

  • Karin Schmidt says:

    Have boundiers. Look don’t just listen. And look at peoples ability to reflekt and willingness to change.
    I only wish I had this information 20 years ago . It would have saved me a lot. Thank you so much for doing this Tera. 3 years ago I did the BE course. I have changed a lot since then.

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