Why You Can’t Control Other People.


you can't control other people

Today we ask that you release your need to control other people in order to feel safe.

People waste a lot of energy trying to control what others think, say, and do.

They do this often because they feel threatened by what others think, say, and do.

Tyrannical dictators are so threatened that they might have countless people imprisoned or killed, all to control the actions of others.

But needing to be “in control” is a fool’s game.  Control is always fleeting.  No one stays “in control.”  Control is always lost, sooner or later.  This is the fundamental truth of your reality.  You really are not in control of anything, and attempts at control are doomed to failure.

Trying to control other people is crazy.  Yes, some people are expert manipulators, it is true.  The world is full of little tyrants and con artists who are skilled at human manipulation…

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