Too often, I hear clients and friends asking themselves a very dangerous question.
This is not a real question. Rather, it is a statement with a hidden belief. It holds within it an assumption that is incorrect, hence you cannot answer this question without going along with this incorrect assumption.
The assumption is that something is wrong with you.
The problem here is in the question itself, and in the assumption itself. Attempting to answer this question is an exercise in futility.
Assuming that something is wrong, focuses your intention on the idea that something is indeed wrong with you.
There is nothing wrong with you.
Ask not what is wrong with you. Rather, ask what is right of you.
Even better, ask what is true of you.
I guarantee you, there is plenty that is right of you.
If you asked “what’s right with me,” you will get the answers you seek.
If you ask “what’s true of me,” you might find out who you really are.
You are pure awareness, a consciousness, or a divine soul. Incorruptible. You are the observer and awareness behind your thoughts, feelings, suffering, habits, and actions.
Re-claim your power.