A Possessed Mind

I have come to realize that more than a spirit can possess a person. We can be possessed by other people’s thoughts. When our spouse’s, best friend’s or even a stranger’s words or actions take us out of our peace of mind – it has possessed us. Their thoughts or opinions have become more important to us than our own, and we no longer control our own thoughts or actions. We think or act according to how another would have us think or act.

How many times have you walked through a store and had someone’s actions take you out of your happy mood? Or walked through a public place and someone’s stare bothered you. You have just allowed someone else to control your mind.

Try for one day to keep your peace of mind. No matter what someone says or does, you will not be altered. Try possessing your own mind. It’s not easy! But by becoming conscious of how we are altered by others, we begin to train ourselves to stay true to our self, and let society’s expectations remain outside ourselves. We start to walk the path toward enlightenment.

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3 thoughts on “A Possessed Mind

  1. Shaman Elizabeth
    Remember to always to be true to yours self and what you believe in .don’t worry about what others think or there opinions
    I know that people can bring you down at times but you seem to be a very happy person ,and it seems that you have brought
    alot happiness to other people in your great deeds.

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  2. I have been battling mother seems like my whole life. She is such a negative force to deal with but I am going to try my best to do what you say in this article.

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