Here is an article that has truth in it, but not the whole truth. The article is a typical psychological take on a human condition... and is incomplete.
Here is an example of what a 7% truth value is, and what is missing to make it acceptable... and no, a 7% truth value is not acceptable.
I am going to attempt to add some of my own discoveries... to bring it up to a higher, hopefully much higher level of truth value...
First: read the article. I felt horrible reading it, because it made me feel bad about myself. Not many people consider me good company... so I definitely don't qualify to being the type of person everyone wants to know.
At the same time my fixed mindset is only 7%... so what's going on?
You/I spend most of our lives trying to fix something that never happened. That was never factually true. Even though you keep telling the story as if it were true.
Some people call these demons... even though there are no demons... but nevertheless, using the expression: fighting your demons is very accurate, if you don't believe that demons are entities. There are no entities in the visible or invisible Universe.
I am sharing today's Rob Brezsny newsletter, because he answers a lot of question for me, about my work as well.
For example, why would soul correction be calculated from your date of birth... WTF, right? But it is very accurate, I must tell you. Even though I discover and am shown aspects of a soul correction, once I see the new aspect, I can look and it fits all people with the same correction like a glove.
I am also starting to see more clearly some low vibration aspects of different systems of thought.
For example: any system of thought that subscribes to god, gods, angels, or in fact any entities, loses truth value and vibration to the degree that the system depends on that idea, on those ideas.
The idea for a need for a supernatural being, or two or many shows a low grasp on reality, and that is low vibration.
The most frequent "who" aka beingness I encounter is stingy.
Stingy can be seen in everything you do.
Everyone wants something, and very few are willing to do anything for it.
One of these things you want, for example, is the experience of being in the flow. I also call it "hitting your stride". Hitting your stride is that state where things go smoothly, you are your best, and things are humming. Heaven. Bliss. Wonderful.