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The Hall of Mirrors:
Shortcut to How to Know exactly what to Improve about Yourself
How does reading this benefit You:
- It’s a very powerful way of really assuming your responsibility about your life
- You learn about and use the fastest way of improving yourself
- You get a deeper understanding of the reason behind of some of the things that happen in your life
Considering the Gene Keys, this helps you in the following Spheres from your Hologentic Profile: Evolution, Purpose, Purpose in relationships, Attraction, IQ, Core, Culture
The Story: The Hall of Mirrors
Imagine you go to an amusement park and you enter the hall of magic mirrors. Every mirror shows your own reflection in a certain way. You see yourself taller, uglier, more beautiful, small, large, fat, skinny, symmetric or unbalanced.
Now you realized that you have been blessed with the magic power to take everything those mirrors show you and create your desired reality, based on what you like and dislike.
You transform what you don’t like and improve on what you like about you by using those mirrors.
And the easiest way to know if you did it right is to go again into the hall of magic mirrors.
The Practical Shortcut: How to Know exactly what to Improve about Yourself
You’re about to learn the secret of the easiest way to know exactly what to improve about yourself at any moment, whatever your circumstances.
Anything you like and dislike about others is something you like and dislike about yourself. This is because you can’t perceive something that isn’t already in your unconscious mind.
The secret is that everything that you don’t like in others is something you can improve about yourself. It works the other way too: anything you like about others, it’s already inside you.
Your significant other, your manager, your work colleagues/ partners, your parents, your children, your friends and other people are the best mirror on how you can improve yourself and your life.
How to do it?
There are 2 approaches of using this shortcut: in a general way and in specific way.
If you want a more general approach, just think of the people in your life. Think of all the people you know (you don’t have to know them personally), including those you don’t like, avoid, envy, ignore and even those you respect, love, admire, look up to.
If you want to improve something specific in your life, first decide what exactly you want to change or transform in your life.
Next, think of the people mentioned above (significant other, manager, work colleagues/ partners, parents, children, friends and others) make 2 lists:
- Write the 1st list with what you don’t like about the people mentioned above, (for the specific approach, write this list related to what you decided you want to improve in your life)
- Write the 2nd list with what you like about the people mentioned above (again, for the specific approach, write this list related to what you decided you want to improve in your life)
For each list, mention both the person and the aspect you like or don’t about that person. There might be situations where one person reflects more than one aspect. Write all the relevant aspects regarding that person.
Take each item on your lists and ask yourself this questions:
For the general approach:
“In what part of my life I am doing/being the same?”
Here, you can see your behavior mirrored in the same aspect of your life –
- for example: you don’t like that your significant other doesn’t say what he/she wants and, after asking yourself the question above (”where in my life I am doing the same?”), you can realize that you also don’t say what you want.
Or, you can see your behavior mirrored in a totally different aspect of your life –
- for example: you don’t like that your work colleague doesn’t respect her/his deadlines and, after asking yourself the question above (”where in my life I am doing the same?”), you realize that even if you do respect your deadlines at work, you’re not respecting your own word when it comes your important personal projects, like starting your own business and you do this by postponing and procrastinating.
For the specific approach:
Let’s say you decided to improve a certain aspect of yourself or your life (this could be about your relationships, health, professional life, way of being and/ or behaving, certain abilities, qualities or results).
For each person on the lists you made, ask yourself this question: “How am I being/doing the same as this person?” Take into consideration the aspect you decided to improve upon.
Ask yourself this question for each aspect, for both the things you like and the things you don’t.
This requires 100% honesty with yourself. If you are being 100% honest with yourself and still can’t find anything, here are some additional questions:
- If I’m judging this *item on your list*, how I have been wounded in the past and not forgiven?
- Is this *item on your list* something I lost, gave away or was taken from me?
- What lesson from the past I haven’t learned yet so this keeps repeating? (reframe it in a positive and constructive way to actually get the real lesson)
- Is this *item on your list* something I haven’t assumed my responsibility from and haven’t evolved/grown from?
What can you do next?
If something that you found out from this page made you wanted to learn more, get more joy in that specific aspect of your life you’re thinking about or start getting the results you want, you can
If you’re ready to shape your world as you want it instead of adapting to it and do something valuable for yourself that will help you all your life from now on, you can contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org. The only factor that decides when your time has come is yourself.