Although mantras are often used in meditation as a means to focus, it can be beneficial in personal growth as well, especially when you create one that is meaningful and just for you.
"The day I died was the day I started to live. In my old life, I longed for someone to see what was special in me ... but what I really needed was for me to see it. And now I do. [You] live in a world that has no place for someone like [...]
You can be certain that there will always be someone spewing negativity in your happy-go-lucky space. There'll be times you leave home with your anti-bad-vibe shield activated and someone will still find a way to get under your skin and completely dismantle your entire day, but you still can't let those asshats get you down. [...]
It’s not about shedding or destroying the ego. It’s about being aware of it and keeping it tame. Discipline. Embracing it as a part of who you are, yet maintaining balance within. You are dark & light. To attempt to destroy your ego is self-destruction. Don’t believe the hype.
You can’t expect to grow if you keep dwelling on the past. Being mindful of where you are right now is the key to growth and positive self-development. We all have a past and although it’s ok to visit and reflect, it is damaging to “live” there. Don’t stunt your growth.
Not everything is meant for you. Once you understand that, you will have clarity, seeking the things that are meant for you.
Vengeful behavior deepens the wound.