“Stop over-analyzing yourself.”
If I hear that phrase one more time, I think I’ll pull my hair out. Since when is questioning the “norm” a bad thing? The question should be “Why AREN’T you over-analyzing yourself?”
You do not really exist unless you are questioning the existence of living. You’re not really sitting in that computer chair reading this very blog post. That’s just your body, that’s not really you. So what are you really doing?
The real you, the “self” is feeling something. Perhaps you are feeling guilty from some criticism you threw at your best friend today. Or perhaps you are feeling that empty feeling at the pit of your stomach from missing your ex-boyfriend from years ago. How many people can identify those feelings? How many people can identify them in the absence of alcohol or drugs? I know I can identify them, and I do so by awakening my spirituality.
You are stronger than you think you are, but no one is Superwoman (or Superman). Everyone needs to have faith. You need to have faith in something bigger than yourself. We often don’t realize we are all connected spiritually. We all need each other in some way, shape or form.
Not everyone has their spiritual awakening at the same time, so please be patient with the less emotionally and spiritually intelligent individuals. They will catch up one day. They always do.