I have been playing with my pet and was seeing him wrestle and kill his small elephant doll, around and over. Everytime it absolutely was moved, he would attack it with gusto and pull it back once again to his bed, just for the routine to begin again a few minutes later. I saw unusual parallels to individual behaviour. The immortal elephant sucks. Had I killed my immortal elephant No, it's immortal silly. But I had launched it, which will be also better. Issuing the Immortal Elephant and these energies have polar opposite effects. working with you maybe not against you.
My brain acquired a equipment and I was raving about life, pessimism, and how many people are weighing themselves down 360 rotate spill proof baby bowl by dragging about an immortal elephant. For another I wondered if I'd (finally) removed mad but I realized I was onto something when Sophie really began nodding in agreement. The Immortal Elephant is just a metaphor for the pessimism that holds you in life. It weighs you down, it controls your measures, it invades your daily life, it restricts your focus, and regardless of how hard you wish to eliminate it it just won't die.
The Immortal Elephant can be any type of pessimism in your lifetime, but generally it's the big stuff. For me, my elephant is/was self-doubt. A few years ago my life was riddled with pessimism, particularly about myself. Every thing I did so I thought I really could have (and must have) performed better, and I was constantly whipping myself up about almost anything; my looks, my job, my lack of "success" and so on. It wasn't a pleased time. Bringing me down and preventing me from achieving. Had I done what every one desires they might do.
Late one night I came across some home development material on the web and I began changing my life. I discovered to enjoy and regard myself, I produced self confidence, I realized my feelings were valid and that I didn't need to trust the others, and I acknowledged that I didn't have to be ideal so long as I usually had good motives and accepted improvement. Finally, I had grown into the person I was said to be and it believed amazing. No, it felt better than amazing. My big fat bad elephant was no more haunting my life.