#615 - EVERYONE ALLOWED TO BE THEMSELVES
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EVERYONE ALLOWED TO BE THEMSELVES
Original Art By Nathalie Le Riche
"They are the ones who are wrong!
IS MY THOUGHT TRUE? Yes, or No?
IS MY THOUGHT ABSOLUTELY TRUE? Yes, or No?
WHAT AM I WITH THIS THOUGHT?
I think there is something wrong with them and they need help. They should look at their behaviour before accusing me I am crazy. They need to change for me to be happy. I am unhappy because of them. They act irrational. They are unkind.
They hate me. They are wrong. They are mean. They are hurtful. They make me angry. I think I have done nothing wrong. I am perfect with no faults.
WHAT WOULD I BE WITHOUT THIS THOUGHT?
I would accept I cannot change people. I would acknowledge I can change the way I react to their behaviour. I would look at my own behaviour to see how I can be aligned with love. I would not need them to change for my happiness for I am in control of my own happiness. I would be understanding as they may have only heard one side of the story. I would be kind and thoughtful. I would set boundaries out of kindness to show I like to be treated with respect. I am deserving to be treated with respect. I accept they can think or say what they like. I respect people are allowed to be themselves with their thoughts, beliefs and actions. I have the power to react to them in a calm peaceful manner and remove myself if my safety is in jeopardy. I am worthy of being loved. I am love. I am sane and grounded. I believe in my values. I am entitled to my values even if people don’t like them.
WHAT IS ANOTHER WAY TO LOOK AT THIS THOUGHT?
I am the one who is wrong in expecting them to change for my happiness.
They are not wrong; they are right because that is what they believe for themselves.
They were never wrong, they taught me to realise I have the power to choose how I react to their words, actions and belief.
They can think I am wrong and that is OK for I know my values and self-worth."
Acrylic On Paper
39.5 X 29.5 cm Image
39.5 X 29.5 cm Size of Sold Product
Sold As Image Only