Life lessons: how to grow using discomfort

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Life lessons: how to grow using discomfort

Every day, every person experiences up to a dozen events that cause discomfort. Some irritate, some are angry, other situations bring insults, etc. But all these situations do not just happen. Each situation is a lesson that shows where you can grow. Each situation highlights the edge of your personality, which you yourself brings suffering. Practically in 100% of cases, lessons are uncomfortable situations or situations that are knocked out of the rut.

If you do not notice such lessons and do not know how to work with them, they will be repeated until you learn them. Years bringing discomfort. If you catch a lesson and correct, then the tension itself leaves the situation and these lessons stop.

For example, a girl can jump from a relationship to a relationship, trying to find the "same" and all unsuccessfully when the problem is in it. But after all, every relationship highlighted this problem area to her. Not seeing this lesson, she can be in search until her death. The other can work effectively and earn a lot, but do not understand why happiness does not come.

It may sound strange, but it works. Exceptions are extremely rare (in one case out of 100). I will explain how this works from the position of energy, the universe and the surrounding people. How it turns out that you actually "lead" to harmonious actions, pointing out mistakes. But if you resist, or do not try to understand - why this uncomfortable situation, you will not move anywhere.

Video course "Lessons of Life" - 40 minutes of video with examples from real life.


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