Thanks for joining me on day 21 of 100 days of BeHigherBeings! We have at least three versions of “self” when making decisions… the “before self” that makes the decision. The “during self” that has to act on the decision that was made, and the self that thinks it knows it all, the “after self” or “you should’ve self”. The after self becomes the “you should’ve” self and is cocky and condescending because that’s the only part of you that has seen the outcome of what the first two have done. It’s the most critical part of our ego and the one we use to crush our self confidence and make the other two feel like they’re unworthy or stupid. It’s easy to judge when you’ve seen the end results of a decision, just like when people give you “after the fact” advice! Be aware of who you’re listening to because the “after-self” and “you should’ve” advice people, will make your first two versions of self attempt to set impossible expectations, causing us to have limiting beliefs and lack of self worth, so we continue to do less and less to enhance our lives!. We’re better than that!