Let me ask you a question.
Way back when, you got into relationships with the wrong people, what did your gut say?
Maybe your gut screamed out warnings but you ignored them. You went to the wrong person instead of listening to your gut.
When we’re in a state of ego and fear, we attract people who are in the same state.
Sometimes, I look back on the people who’ve been in my life over the years. And it wasn’t that they were bad and I was good. It just doesn’t work that way.
Bad doesn’t attract good. Dark never attracts light.
So if you’re dark, you’re going to attract dark people. That’s the position I found myself in way back. My gut didn’t play a big role in my decision-making because I sought out the bad.
The people I attracted were just like me.
When we look back on life, it’s easy to point the finger of blame at other people.
"If that person hadn’t done this, I wouldn’t be in this position!"
But it’s important to recognise that you played your part in the relationship as well. You wouldn’t have come together if that wasn’t where you wanted to be at the time.
But now you’ve made a positive change in your life.
What does your gut say about those people now? What would your gut say about the person that you were when you were in those relationships?
It’s probably telling you to steer clear. These are the last people that you want in your life.
Now that you’re a part of TJM, you’re in a position to hear the messages that your gut sends out.
So, listen to your gut. What’s it telling you about the people in your life and the situations that you encounter?
If it’s telling you to steer clear, it might be time to take a closer look at yourself.
Remember this one crucial fact of life.
We get what we are.
If the people in your life aren’t the people you want to be around, it may have more to do with you than you think.
But you can make the changes you need to make.
I believe in you.