A very personal and vulnerable story about my newest Values-based intention.
I share this with you so that you can see how I wrestle with my own ego, and also how I use VBI’s to overcome it.
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So for all intents and purposes, I haven’t dated since I was (ironically) last living in Ann Arbor nine years ago as a college student.
Life has a sense of humor to plop me back of all places, no?
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I am simply invited to live my Values of self-love in the present moment, given my current circumstances.
It wants to have a firm plan in mind when it comes to dating people – whether I date “just to have fun” or to “find the one” it is desperately seeking out some sort of over the situation. To help myself navigate this confusing conflict between the beliefs and emotions of the ego and intuition, I’m creating a new Values-based intention for my dating life to stay rooted in my Values: “To which talks about the power of cultivating a rich life (aka “kitchen”) filled with self-love and love for others that gives freely and openly to everyone without neediness or striving to get that “food” of love from others.
The author, Miguel Ruiz, goes on to say that when our own kitchens are depleted of self-generated love and appreciation, we tend to seek that love “food” from others — and are often willing to accept “stinky pizza” from others simply because we are starving.
It wants to overemphasize the role dating needs to have in my life right now.
It wants to start eking out validation and approval from dating partners above my own self-validation and self-approval. And as much as it sucks to admit my ego’s drama, the wonderful flip side is that my intuition knows these beliefs are not true.