Getting your small self to become a genius

Getting your small self to become a genius:
It’s not going to work!

It’s always going to fail!

Not because something is wrong with you.

The small self is not you.

It seems like it’s you, but it’s not.

The small self is like your glasses – the lens you are looking through.

You expect your glasses to become whole and perfect?

You are already whole and perfect!

But the glasses are so dirty and so of course it looks like dirt.

So there’s dirt on my glasses, so what!

Of course I want to clean them, but it is not a personal shortcoming of mine that my glasses have dirt on them.

That’s what happens when you go outside and do stuff.

All of the suffering is just because we push the dirt deeper and deeper into ourselves to try and hide it away. That’s not a good strategy. I know that’s your strategy. Don’t do that.

Really, there is no need to punish yourself. You have to really actually know that, internally.

Your choice in the matter is what reverses the energy. It’s inauthentic to keep berating yourself.

You BIG self is the genius. And you are naturally BLIND to what is going to be unveiled.

Confidence is a FALSE construct because no one has any idea what they are doing, least of all someone operating from their true genius!

Let the floodgates go and you’ll see, there is nothing to be afraid of actually. Your essence knows – that is the real you.

The insecurity is just a habit, those are not the signals which need to be energized.

Getting real means trusting the right signals. Your BIG self in all your glory.

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Joshua Edjida
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Joshua Edjida is a multidimensional artist, experience designer, author, public speaker/comedian, and transformational leadership facilitator. Originally from California, he currently lives in Colorado, and also enjoys traveling in Thailand, Bali, or in Europe.

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