Why putting other people on a pedestal whether it be lovers, friends, co-workers, guru’s, etc., opens you up to manipulation and being taken advantage of. What to do instead so the right people and circumstances show up and stay unconditionally.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss two emails from two different viewers who have put women they were involved with upon a pedestal. They’ve been getting jerked around, but have asked for it by their behavior.
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“You should always trust your own judgement and heart above the opinions and advice of all others; even those who you look up to and respect. Why? No one knows what’s best for you than you. No one else can understand your internal motivations for why you do what you do. When you put other people on a pedestal you open yourself up to being manipulated and taken advantage of. Listen to many voices, but speak with your own. See yourself as a person of high value. Act as if you deserve what you want and be willing to walk away from situations and people who don’t appreciate the value you have to offer. This will enable you to create a space for the right people and circumstances to show up and give you what you want freely. The right people and circumstances will stay unconditionally. The wrong ones will only stick around as long as you continue allowing them to take from you while giving very little in return.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne