Betina von Hohendorff: Why does this always happen to me?

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We ask ourselves all the time:

  • Why is it happening to me? 
  • Why me? 
  • Why always to me?

But only when something negative happens. 

why don’t we ask “why” when something positive happens to us?

Do you also ask: 

  • Why am I so successful in life? 
  • Why am I so healthy? 
  • Why am I so well loved? 

Think about it 

People have the tendency to always look for someone to blame. 

Always when something negative happens. 

But never when something positive happens. 

WHY? 

Because something negative is often connected to a punishment, then we always look for someone to blame. Unfortunately, we don’t learn from our mistakes because in out thoughts it’s always someone else’s fault. 

Instead of asking ourselves the question: 

  • Why do I always attract such situations? 
  • Why do I always react the same way? 

Analyse which emotions are generated when something negative happens. 

Analyse which kind of emotions arise when something positive happens. 

Look into your past; childhood, similar situations and then understand the WHY. 

Whether positive or negative. 

Everything that happens to you is part of your inner programming. 

And if you always think the same, you always get the same results. 

Who was always to blame? The father? The mother? 

Were people always punishing you, even for small things? 

Who or what made you feel like you are not good enough? 

Were you compared to others?

My advice: 

Write down what’s going wrong and what you can do to change this situation. 

Love, 

Betina 

ww.mindovers.com

+34 699 327 363 


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