We default to being right all the time. Realizing that it's Ok to be wrong takes practice and the first step towards it is accepting the fact that we are humans and we will face failures many times during our lives.
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We usually assume the worst if we get hurt by the people we love and trust. The various biases in our minds (confirmation bias, fundamental attribution error, and availability bias) play havoc in our relationships.
Hanlon’s razor can shift our mind from an assumption of bad intentions by our loved ones, towards other possibilities, ensuring that we take steps to understand the situation, rather than reacting reflexively and then repenting.
There is not a right or wrong way when seeking a meditation style. Do remember that influences have an impact on you that will affect your approach to meditation.
You can befriend your demons, by facing them and objectively understanding the insecurity.
You will get insights about your demon and will begin to realize your various traits and the side effects it produces.