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Inner Revolutionary Radio

Inner Revolutionary Radio

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June 23rd 2016:If We Meet the Buddha Along the Road, Let's Ask for Help! Transcending Our Egos and Revolutionizing Ourselves!

In a world where it is so important to be number one, to win, to get ahead, it’s hard for us to relax into the idea that someone else has more talent, wisdom or anything else we think important. We’re embarrassed when we strike out because the pitcher is more skilled or lose the scholarship to the younger person who’s smarter. In the same way, we feel humiliated in the face of people with greater awareness or integrity. In theory, we could think: “Wow! That person could help me.” But unconsciously we feel exposed, inadequate and downright jealous. Sometimes we even pretend that they’re wrong.

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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2224/inner-revolutionary-radio 26/10/2017 03:00 26/10/2017 04:00 Inner Revolutionary Radio https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2224/inner-revolutionary-radio In a world where it is so important to be number one, to win, to get ahead, it’s hard for us to relax into the idea that someone else has more talent, wisdom or anything else we think important. We’re embarrassed when we strike out because the pitcher is more skilled or lose the scholarship to the younger person who’s smarter. In the same way, we feel humiliated in the face of people with greater awareness or integrity. In theory, we could think: “Wow! That person could help me.” But unconsciously we feel exposed, inadequate and downright jealous. Sometimes we even pretend that they’re wrong. Because we can’t stand how we feel about ourselves in the face of those who are wiser, we tend to emotionally kill off our greatest people. So who’s left to help? Let’s stop this pattern. The egoic need to look good is blocking us from accepting help, but we can change that. If we meet the Buddha, let’s ask for help. But how do we overcome our competitiveness? Tune in for a great discussion. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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