Or worse, “Maybe I'm just broken.”
The problem is not with you.
It’s with the hidden lie buried in plain sight in “self-improvement” work: the idea that you can be “improved”. We have discovered that the entire universe is a massive, endless “quantum soup” of perfect, eternal, complete, conscious energy. It is not good or bad. It is not right or wrong. And it is not incomplete.
When you take programs or go to events with the idea of “improvement”, you set your own mind directly against you. Is it any wonder that we have such an epidemic of “failed self-help programs” that the one of biggest addictions on earth today is the self-help addiction (self-proclaimed “self-help junkies” running from program to program, hitting the “seminar high” and then crashing and burning 3 days later?)