3 Questions to Identify Self-Sabotage

“A wise man should consider that health is the greatest of human blessings, and learn how, by his own thought, to derive benefit from his illnesses.” ~ Hippocrates

One way to take notice of your own self-sabotage is by becoming aware of physical pain.  Physical discomfort is caused by disharmony in the human mind; either consciously or unconsciously.

Pain is a loud and clear message from the inner self.  A sign of unresolved inner conflict.  And it’s this inner conflict that creates, manifests and shows up on the outside as the opportunity killer, self-sabotage.

In order to prevent the self-sabotage from controlling your life you’ve got to acknowledge the message being sent from the self.

A great number of people don’t know how to interpret these subtle messages.  They see pain as a normal part of life because they lack understanding and awareness.

You don’t need to live in pain.  You don’t need to live in conflict.  You can live a truly magnificent life – you can live in harmony as long as you watch and listen for these internal messages.

The key is to identify what is causing that inner pain.

It all begins with awareness.  Start where you are and answer these 3 questions to prevent self-sabotage from entering your life.

3 Questions to Identify Self-Sabotage in the Human Mind

Q#1: What part of your body is experiencing pain?

Q#2: What does the pain prevent you from doing?

Q#3: How does this pain relate to your mental attitude and thought processes?

Here’s a quick video where I share a specific example of how to identify self-sabotage using these 3 simple questions.


1 Comment

  • Kathy Condon

    Reply Reply December 3, 2009

    Interesting blog and a great reminder if we have pain we need to examine the “why”. We get so busy we just push through stuff and we do really need to stop and decide where it is coming from.


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