Why We Hate Ourselves?

A parasite lives inside our heads and instructs our brains to make us feel bad.

“The way you think about yourself determines your reality. You are not being hurt by the way people think about you. Many of those people are a reflection of how you think about yourself.”

― Shannon L. Alder

A parasite lives inside our heads and instructs our brains to make us feel bad. It says, “You don’t have the right to be happy because you’re not good enough.” Every time we start feeling good, it reflects our mistakes and shortcomings to ensure we remain sad.

Look at the tragedy of life in which the voice that abuses, criticises, and insults us the most lives with us, and we feed it with more thoughts. We believe every word of this parasite and neglect the authentic voice of our hearts.

You don’t need to trust my words. You can look within yourself to witness its presence, a voice that keeps chatting without purpose. Its function is to bring all the distracting elements from memories and attack our defence system of well-being.

Most people don’t know that the pain and suffering they’re experiencing are only because of their habit of listening to and believing the voice of this serpent. It’s a curse, and unless we understand the root cause of our problems associated with this voice, we can’t live a life of peace and satisfaction.

The next time you hear a voice within you that says anything against you, ignore that, but please don’t ignore this culprit that lives within and works against us.

It’s almost impossible to kill this voice forever, but we can recognise the importance of ignoring it. When we stop paying attention to this negatively charged parasite, there is no food for thought, and it can’t survive for long without our active participation.

Start paying attention to the authentic Self, and with a bit of practice in meditation, you'll understand the drama of this serpent parasite.

I know about Satan, whose presence confuses us and turns us against our true Selves.

We can only enter the zone of stillness once we eradicate this serpent from our system.

There is nothing to hate in our body-mind complex. It’s beautiful and perfect.

At first, it may all look confusing, but once you practice meditation, it all becomes clear. There is nothing wrong with the look of our body and the intelligence of the mind. It’s all because of the confusion this serpent voice has created within us.

Bring clarity unto you, and you’ll start witnessing a bright future, glorious and incredible. Stay focused. Confusion is the greatest hindrance in our journey to the Self. Please don’t look back at me. Move forward, and you’ll reach your destiny. You’re on the right path.

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