Ego comes in the way of relating. Arguments follow the theme of ‘I am right and you are wrong’. How to turn this into ‘Lets agree on this’ is the question. People who lose themselves in the heat of moment and repent later can learn to be more accepting. Ma explains the approach of self-study.
Regarding relationships I have often seen one sentence emerging repeatedly “He/She does not understand me.” This is the biggest mistake that we often make in relationships; having this burning desire to be understood. What does it mean when you say that the other person does not understand you? On the lighter note – It means we are so lazy and laid back in understanding our own self that we want this important task to be done by others! I admit it is tough; it is true that understanding oneself is a long arduous journey, full of pitfalls and often requires to face the demons and ghosts of the past and fight them out too. Nevertheless, this self-surgery must be done by all means if we wish to bring about meaningful changes in the way we relate with other. We must be ready to rediscover ourselves. But how?
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