Accountability: A Teacher – Part 2 – You Are Not Your Thoughts

When you experience pain, when you repeatedly endure the same suffering, that’s reality asking you to participate. That’s the highest form of accountability.

Some of us will just wait for the acute pain to pass and move on without doing anything. Some will actively seek out a distraction, which is abundantly easy in this world of ours. Others will change superficially, change what they’re doing in an effort to get a different result. But when life is pushing you to change, you can’t just change your actions — you have to change your self.

A critical part of this process is learning to differentiate between your thoughts and yourself, and in this episode, I’ll walk you through the process of disidentification.

If you want to immerse yourself even deeper in this content, check out the full Accountability Path 2.0 course.

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