Why wanting reality to be other than it is, is an attachment that will only cause suffering, sadness and disappointment. Why we often feel like we are dying inside when a relationship ends or the object of our affection does not reciprocate our interest.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who got dumped by a woman who cheated on him. He made some mistakes by acting needy, but he is ignoring the fact she is a woman who has no integrity. He is suffering tremendously and has begged and pleaded with her to take him back.
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“Becoming attached to an outcome we want or a lover we want to love us will cause us unnecessary suffering. Why? When we want reality to be other than it is, we suffer. We in essence are attached emotionally to a fantasy instead of the reality of the way things are. It is only once we accept reality or our life’s circumstances, that we can heal and let go of people, places and circumstances that are no more and that no longer serve us. Once we let go of what was, only then can we move on to create something new and better. If it was meant to be, it would have been. Everything happens in life to help you grow into the fullness of who you were meant to be. It’s only in looking back that we can see that everything happened exactly the way it was supposed to.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne