That’s specifically why I’m so grateful to my random friend I met in Central Station (the biggest station of Stockholm city) a year ago.
She made my day with her generous and light heart! That day, I was pissed off. I met a woman who was anything but principled. She came 20 minutes late and I was 10 min earlier (in other words, I waited for 30 min; hopefully, I had a book). After greeting each others warmly, she asked whether I waited for a long time. I said, "Well, 20 min?", to which she "confidently" (rudely) answered, "that’s not too much!".
Ironically, she works in the self-development industry and pretends to help others. You guessed right: she is one of many imposters who merely followed some training and who sadly use desperate folks who crave feeling better about themselves.
Since it is a topic I deeply care about, I was in my mind reviewing all the inconsistencies I observed. My heart was heavy and bleeding for all the “mentees” who could be fooled by this individual’s services.
I am pretty sure she is exclusively relying on mapping the positive affirmations whenever she feels off balance. Her behavior was screaming how insecure and selfish she is.
More to the point, meeting my friend in the station and enjoying the pure moment of presence and connection with her made my heart dance and myself relieved from the weight of the unpleasant meeting. I will never forget her!