Mirror, Mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all? This is often the way we think of mirrors. As a way of seeing ourselves as we are, but what if there’s another use of mirrors?
Mirrors in the energy world can be used to bounce energy on to another. It’s this use that I’m speaking of now. In the psychological world, this phenomenon is known as projection.
As an example, do you ever complain about someone in your life being a slob? The idea behind project is that you need to take a closer look at your own cleanliness tendencies. You could literally be a total slob (hoarder) or you may just need to examine an area of your life.
The areas of our life that we tend to complain most about are the areas that we need to work on. As human beings, we tend to “project” these areas on to those surrounding us, typically to the most significant person in our life.
Another example, does it often feel like you have the same problems with people repeatedly. It’s another perfect example of projection. Sometimes you reach a point where you need to look at the common denominator. No matter how difficult it might be to hear, sometimes you reach a point where you have to accept that it has something to do with you.
To truly grow as a person, you have to work on yourself. Nobody is perfect. It’s always easier to moan, complain and blame others for our problems, than to change the obvious. It takes work and effort, but it’s well worth it to change the problem and dialogue. It won’t normally change overnight, but yes, it can change. So, what are you going to do about it?
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