Have you ever questioned your own sanity??
Maybe you should!
I question my beliefs, my conclusions and my opinions all the time.
If I discover ones that are holding me back, or creating problems, or causing weird behaviours I examine them and get to work uprooting them.
Everything starts with a question.
Does this serve me? Does this serve my purpose in the world?
Here's a common one that doesn't serve ANYONE, and yet runs rampant in our goal driven and social society:
If someone doesn't like something about me or something I created, it means they don't like me.
I've been guilty of this one for sure. (actually I was today... hence deciding to write this!)
But think about it. Say you order a piece of pie, and it's just not to your taste. You might say, "wow that's a bad piece of pie."
But if I were to ask you, "And what do you think of the cook as a person??"
Your answer would have to be.. "I don't know."
Because the quality of the food doesn't tell you a darn thing about them. The two are unrelated.
Yet most people make criticism personal.
"If they don't like my pie it means they don't like me."
Some of the greatest pain in life comes from the weird meanings we attach to the random happenings around us.
And this is all a product of the beliefs, opinions, and values that we CHOOSE to carry around with us.
If you want happiness, success, ANYTHING...
Question your sanity.
All. The. Time.
Because what you think is "sane" might be the crazy ideas that are holding you back!
Yep! Definitely still having my crazy moments!
And learning all the time!
P.S. When was the last time YOU questioned your sanity???