How to Stop Projecting Your Issues onto Others

How to Stop Projecting Your Issues onto Others

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Why People Project Their Insecurities

It’s a part of human nature to sometimes project our problems onto others. One of the hardest things to do in life is take responsibility for our own actions, thoughts, and feelings. When someone has a negative experience in life, if they don’t deal with it, they’ll put out a negative wave of energy into the universe. They start to see the world from a tainted perspective, something that can drastically damage the quality of the relationships they’re able to form.

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Accepting the Unfairness of Life

Many people feel disempowered when they take a look around and see wonderful things happening to other people. This doesn’t make them horrible, it makes them human. However, for that individual, they can begin to feel like the universe is against them. A theory that has tried to address this issue is one surrounding the age of souls. The concept suggests that the older the soul, the better they’ll be able to handle a bad situation. So, if someone seems to be blessed with beauty or wealth, they’re souls probably haven’t been around for very long. People who tend to lead harder lives are thought to have older souls which is why they’re able to deal with the harsher aspects of life.

Playing the blame-game is a part of human nature. Many people believe that they’d be much happier if other people changed how they acted. It’s much easier to see other people as the reason for your unhappiness but doing so will not improve your quality of life.

Taking Responsibility for Yourself

Accepting that there may be no real justice in life is a hard pill to swallow. You could say that this is the reason why the belief in karma is so prevalent. On a more positive note, most of the things that happen to you in life can be seen as a lesson that the universe needed to teach you. Once you learn these lessons, your life is expected to get easier.

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The Solution

So, how do you stop blaming our problems on others? The solution is to realise that most of what we experience in life is a projection of our own unconscious fears and beliefs. If we feel unworthy of love, we’ll constantly experience rejection; if we feel incapable of earning a decent wage, we’ll never get that higher paying job. A great practice is to cultivate an ‘attitude of gratitude’ towards people who trigger you or push your buttons.

Once you’re able to fight against your desire to blame external factors for your unhappiness, you can start moving forward. You will look young and feel healthier as you start to attract positive changes/ people into your life. One day, you’ll look back and wonder why you ever resorted to blaming others for your problems. If you need someone to talk to, our spiritual readers are available to speak with you 24 hours a day. Our psychics will be able to teach you everything you need to know about how the universe works. If there was ever a phone call that could change your life, this would be it.

“Everything we say about other people is really about ourselves.”
― Merrit Malloy

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