Humility keeps you looking low

The real reason why some people end up heartbroken, or in toxic relationships, is humility. They know what level they vibrate on, but society tells them to be humble, so they look down, instead of above, in order to stay “grounded.” 

The relationships with humble people don’t work. Because they are not truly being themselves.  One person is in the relationship, trying to pretend to be more than they are, hoping to step their game up.  Meanwhile the humble person is hunkering down, helping them up, thinking they’ll catch up. But they never catch on, because they aren’t really in it for the heart. 

It takes heart to ascend into light. Transformation takes the heart to be dedicated.  

Dedicated (If this were a movie, I would have this text slide across the screen. Cause this is about to be enlightening. )

If a person isn’t dedicated to improving themselves and their life, how do you expect them to be dedicated to a relationship with you? (yes laugh)

Cause chances are, you only finally, ended the relationship, when that person just did too much. They did too much cause they weren’t in it for the heart. It was whatever.

It was whatever with them, yet there you were being humble, giving chances, hoping sense in them, would kick in one day. I mean a person can’t possibly not figure it out you said. You had such positive thoughts. You held  onto them for as long as you could.  Boundaries were mainly created for people like you, so that you preprogram yourself to know what you will and won’t accept, and the response system to a boundary being broken is automatic.   You need things like boundaries, to stop you from being so damn humble. You can’t be you, if you don’t maintain some sense of standards and directions as to becoming your highest self.  When you enter into a relationship with someone who’s not in it for the heart, that tends to drain you, and slow you down. 

So Let’s check out the definition of humility 

“Humility is the quality of being humble. If you meet one of your heroes and feel nervous and in awe for her, you are experiencing humility.

Humility comes from the Latin word humilis, which literally means low. If you feel humility in front of someone, you feel small in the scheme of things — that you are just a simple, insignificant person. Someone who spends his life taking care of others shows humility. Although it’s related to humiliation (which makes you feel low in a bad way), humility is usually used to talk about a lack of ego.”

The real definition of humility is spiritual. It’s knowing that you don’t always know how you do the things you do sometimes, nor do you necessarily like REALLY know where you’re going at all times, you’re just aligned and going with the flow; that you have really tried to wait to get proof of things, before you start, then one day it just clicked, and it just happens, some way, and it’s just normal, and not all you… I think admitting that is humble.

Humility is in knowing that the world is bigger than you.  Humility is in building a business that serves, enlightens the world and knowing you’re going to make a whole lotto money. When you have a vision to change a culture that’s bigger than you, that’s humility.  When you admit to having a dream that one day, and you don’t know how it’s going to happen, but you know it will and it has to, because you have a vision; that’s humble. 

Telling people to be humble is doing nothing but keeping them low, slowing people down from walking in their purpose. 

Cause when your heart is love, I mean yeah, you need to check yourself quite often, but overall your heart is love. You’re not going to do too much, because you have a great sense of ethics and morality.  Even though some of your motivation is EGO, you know that’s only like a small part, you know the rest comes from obsessive purpose. 

I think it’s best to have focused compassion. Be compassionate, check yourself, but stay focused on the path.  When you’re on your purpose, and focused on the bigger mission, human humility would only slow you down. Yet you still need a little of it. Everything is all about balance. 

Now let me push this one level deeper. HUMILITY is in not only thinking of yourself, your sh*t, your excuses, your fears, your limited beliefs, and all of the other tools you use to procrastinate. You gotta think of those people who need you. They need you to sell. They need you to charge. They need you to change their lives.  They need you to put the right energy out that they can invest in, in order to get the blessings of buying into you, and the knowledge you’re providing, which is all really great and super dope, but nothing compares to the value of your energy field.  Just think of how much people’s lives improves from being connected to you.  You see in a way, it’s not really about you, and source pays you really well for remembering that. 

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