Trying To Find Your True Self? Careful What You Wish For

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7 Comments

  1. Simon Tooley

    Francisco – thank you – for getting it so dead on and making me laugh…at myself! Keep writing man, keep teaching, and keep inspiring!
    Simon

  2. Francisco Rosales

    Thank you Simon, this means a lot, first because it's coming from you and second because I'm way out of my field on stuff like this.

    Have a great day!

  3. Adalia John

    I really enjoyed this post…It's took me and held me in its magnetic grip. Yes, if we set out to find ourselves…we become the proverbial dog chasing its tail. What we are looking for is inside of us. We are not seeing it because we are expecting it to come from some place else. That's is why – like you did with your daughter – sometimes, an intuitive observer, can help you see that which is being over looked by you…your brilliance.

  4. Francisco Rosales

    Thanks for your comment Adalia. I'm tempted to hire a professional “intuitive observer” for me…

  5. Lori

    Francesco, can you talk more about Anxiety? Are you saying that when we're coming closer to our authentic selves, we become MORE anxious? I guess I hoped it was the other way around — that as I become more true to myself I will be calmer and less anxious.

    I'd love to understand this.

  6. Francisco Rosales

    Good call Lori. I'm reading it back and I guess I didn't explain myself very good…

    This comes from personal experience, I believe your anxiety level goes down significantly when you get closer to your true self. This has nothing to do with our financial situation or any other external circumstances.

    I use anxiety as a thermometer. The trick is to realize that you're anxious right in the moment and instead of fighting it, take a moment to acknowledge it and observe your feelings. There is usually a reason for it.

    The moments of highest levels of anxiety in my life are when I'm not aligned with my dreams and goals. When I'm going against my values or beliefs due to external circumstances.

    I hope this helps clarify my position. Thanks for pointing that out.

    Have a great weekend!

  7. Francisco Rosales

    Good call Lori. I'm reading it back and I guess I didn't explain myself very good…

    This comes from personal experience, I believe your anxiety level goes down significantly when you get closer to your true self. This has nothing to do with our financial situation or any other external circumstances.

    I use anxiety as a thermometer. The trick is to realize that you're anxious right in the moment and instead of fighting it, take a moment to acknowledge it and observe your feelings. There is usually a reason for it.

    The moments of highest levels of anxiety in my life are when I'm not aligned with my dreams and goals. When I'm going against my values or beliefs due to external circumstances.

    I hope this helps clarify my position. Thanks for pointing that out.

    Have a great weekend!

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