Intercepting Self-Sabotage


At times, when we are not getting the results and outcomes in our life it may be that we are self sabotaging somewhere.

Self-sabotage is an indication that we are punishing ourselves for something, and not treating ourselves as the worthy, incredible and important individuals we are.

If we find ourselves making conscious or unconscious choices that derail us from attaining our desired goals; if we can identify things that we should be doing and you find ourselves repeatedly not doing them; if you say you are committed to one objective and your actions reflect that you are committed to another, the solution is rather simple: Self-love is the antidote to self-sabotage.

  1. identify and examine your life and whether or not you have self-sabotaging behaviors.

  2. Ask yourself what are you punishing for?

  3. Think of an action step you can do this week in support of forgiving yourself for that.

Another tip given by DaiyOM is to ask yourself three questions before making a choice that could lead us in the wrong direction.

  1. Would someone who loves themselves make this choice?

  2. Is this action an expression of someone who feels self love, or is it an act of self-sabotage?

  3. Is this action worthy of someone who feels worthy of having everything they desire?

I hope this is useful to you as it was useful to me.

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