I am the first to accept this: I am sensitive. As such, we are talking so sensitive that I can insist on looking at the Great British back because I see tension in the face of the competitive because they run Victoria Toby cake in the oven.
In my life, people shock me for being so sensitive, and often I am self-conscious that I am unable to deal with weak or inconvenient obstacles. That’s why I consider sensitivity to be “dark” ”
Embrace the dark side
Our dark side is our feelings and qualities that we want to get away from. It is less that we feel bad, and more about what we are embarrassing – which we feel is wrong. This is my sensitivity to me, but for others it may be their anger, competition or apathy.
It’s easy to run away from the worst parts of your own or to completely ignore them. But as you fight with your less-than-ideal feelings, there is more harm than good, so your dark side does not have to be embraced.
Naturally, who are we – good and bad – is harmful to our health. Research published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology found that participants who accept rather than judge, their mental experiences may have better psychological health. Reason: Accepting our emotional flaws makes them feel less harmful and everything happens. You can not be 100 percent happy about them, but with acceptance, you can learn how they affect you.
Flip side of your dark side
The key to embrace your dark side: knowing that there is a light side of every dark side. When we accept such symptoms which we do not love, then the light side can shine brightly.
“There is a gift of every aspect of ourselves, we have every emotion and every virtue that helps us show the path of knowledge and unity,” life coach Dobby Ford told Life’s Chassars’ Dark Side.
Know that there is a light side in every dark side
When I embrace my sensitivity, I think that it gives me one of my greatest skills: my sympathy Being sensitive, I am sensitive to the friends who are having tough times and need advice. Being sensitive makes me a better creative writer, because I can imagine realistic characters and how I can react in a situation of being sensitive. Basically, my sensitivity automatically creates some of my favorite parts
Perhaps your worries warns you, in turn, you are most ready with your friend group. Perhaps you make a lot of decisions, but it helps you get involved with people who were not right for you. When we are dark side, we can always see a little bit of light
How To Point Your Dark Side
In your book, Ford gives you the exercise to help you identify what your specific dark side can be – and its “side of light” counterpart
To know your dark side, a reporter wrote a newsletter about you. Think: what do you expect about the reporter, what five do not tell you, and what five things will be fine when the reporter tells you?
After deciding on his 10 properties, he asks the readers to reflect on each statement. Have you written the things you have seen as “wrong” in the first five? Do the things you have seen in the other five are “right”? Ford has written how you do justice to each of the 10 statements. Then, consider: Where did those decisions come from? Why did you get them?
If newspaper pills seem to be very high, then you can ask yourself that you ignore others, you dislike them.Why? Do you talk about these same things?
When you look at your decision and “wrong”, you expect that you will begin to see a connecting theme about what you suppress and hide about yourself. Once you see your darkness, then you can see the next phase of the light.
How to see light
Once you recognize your dark side, Ford suggests making a list of all times that your disliked spirit has been useful to you. Once you have 5 to 10 solid examples, take time to reflect on them and see patterns and similarities between examples. Just like I did with my sensitivity, try the best in the dark.
Once you point out your dark and light side, it is useful to know what can be triggered if you are selfish, when does it happen? Do you trigger your resources at risk, like a friend likes spending time with your latest basti? How do you react when you are facing your trigger? Are there ways to react positively? By asking yourself these questions and more, you can learn how to navigate the difficult situations faced with your trigger.
Once you recognize your triggers, it also helps to communicate with your loved ones how you can react in a certain position. With my sensitivity, for example, I tell people to me that it is often how I react to situations. I do not apologize for it – I justify others so that they can navigate our relationship better. When we understand ourselves better, it makes it easier for us to love our loved ones better.
When we embrace our imperfections, we are embracing human beings.
Like Pixar Movie Inside rid us that there is happiness and sadness in a healthy life, sometimes we need anger or hatred to express our true feelings and to get the support we need.
When we embrace our imperfections, we are embracing human beings. I am learning to be proud of my sensitivity. After all, good things do not have to be right and now I know that our worst parts are also our best parts.