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Split Gill

To the origin of one’s own humanity, unconditional self-acceptance

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Split Gill – Schizophyllum commune

To the origin of one’s own humanity, unconditional self-acceptance

Split Gill is about accepting one’s own contradictions, rough edges and inadequacies. Whenever you do things that you really don’t want, there is another problem, namely self-criticism and feelings of guilt. One feels like a failure or hypocrite, which sets in motion a downward spiral of self-humiliation and initiates further mistakes or slip-ups and self-sabotage.

If, on the other hand, you succeed in not judging yourself and instead making peace with your own inadequacy, you not only stop the progressive devaluation of yourself, but it will be much easier next time to resist temptations and interrupt automatisms.

Sometimes you are goodness itself, other times you roar. You love your children, and yet you can freak out from time to time. You enjoy your job, but sometimes everything becomes too much for you.

You can not change it.

Split Gill teaches you to entrust yourself to the flow of life, to accept internal contradictions and to accept falling. Recognize the weak points, but don’t judge them. Accept yourself for who you are without giving up or condemning yourself.


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