How Are You Supposed to BE?
Most people want others to like them. Most likely you do too.
Monitoring how you look to people, or whether they like your work, or if there are enough Facebook Likes, or if you're included in social situations, freezing up in performance situations, keeping an eye on successes, failures, life choices…
Well, it’s pervasive.
It can be a full time job, all that evaluating where you stand and how you’re doing on the likability scale, monitoring whether you're cared about, respected, valued, or appreciated.
In fact it’s such a given that you might not even notice how often you try to figure out what thoughts about you might be in someone else's head.
Even when you say, “I don’t care what they think”, it often seems necessary to make sure people know you don’t care.
Of course, you don’t think well of yourself much of the time.
Which perhaps is why it might seem so important that others do.
A Lighter Life
Caring about what people think is something that everyone does, for a reason. It’s a way to place the Self in the scheme of things. It solidifies the sense of Self.
When that can be really seen, things can lighten up considerably.
So… How Much Longer?
So how much more precious life and energy are you willing to devote to what others think about you?
• If you can relate to wanting to belong, to be well thought-of, liked, respected, despite being untrue to yourself
• If you’re tired of spending so many of your waking hours trying to second guess what others are thinking about you
If you’re exhausted with the crazy-making and performance anxiety that comes with all this… or if you'd just like to explore a different portal into an awakening experience, a powerful way of seeing who or what you really are…
This online class from the “Live What You Know” series might just help you get some space and freedom.
Because this is a great doorway in, one that can en-lighten things.
Welcome to the online class Caring What People Think.
Caring What People Think will be looking at:
• Judging yourself and others
• Pretending, faking and hiding
• Keeping quiet
…. and what all this means about YOU.
All cancellations must be submitted in writing. If your cancellation is received 48 hours in advance of the workshop, your tuition will be refunded. If you do not send advance written notice of your cancellation, if you do not attend, or if you leave the workshop early, your payment is non-refundable and non-transferable.