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Embarrassment - BY: Christopher Agudo

Chris Agudo

Read more until the end of the article and you will be presented an excerpt from our latest book,
"The Distinct Facts of Living... Get To It"

Embarrassment is one of the most unnecessary, ridiculous things that we seem to exhibit at various times. It can be known as an emotional and/or thought state of intense discomfort with oneself. Why must we even go through it and experience it? There's no legitimate purpose for it. The thing is, we choose to under-go embarrassment. It is based on our mindset and how we've been conditioned growing up. Here is an example of what I mean.

One day I was hanging out with my friends and let's just say some of them are truly rambunctious. We were driving to the mall and when the car got parked at the mall parking lot, a song started playing on the radio. It was a love song from the 80's. My friend that was driving turned the car off and we all got out to then proceed to enter the mall. In good spirit, one of my friends began to sing the 80's love song out loud. Singing while dancing with extreme hand motions.

He was serious, but at the same time joking just to make us laugh and anyone else walking by us. Immediately I began to laugh followed by another friend that couldn't hold in the chuckles any longer. Then there was my other friend, he didnt even turn his head towards us as he began to speed walk to another entrance door, which was a further distance. This friend was embarrassed by the idea of walking with us to the much closer entrance because of my other friend goofing around, singing for the fun of it.

What was the big deal? Nothing, we were just having fun, but he didn't want to have people thinking a certain way about him. He didn't want to be judged. He was embarrassed by the idea. Why is it that my friend and I were not embarrassed by our other friend singing? How come my friend that was singing wasn't embarrassed? Yet, why was my other friend embarrassed? It is simple, we did not care what others thought. If you care what others opinion are on you, then embarrassment can happen. If you don't then embarrassment doesn't have to happen.



Embarrassment can act as the hindrance towards one completing something, towards one not being able to do what they want to do, and so much more. Come to realize no matter what situation you are in, what predicament, how you feel, what you have done, what you are doing, etc. that there is no need to become embarrassed. Just do what you want to do and follow through with it. There is no place for embarrassment, it is not needed, we are better than that. In any event, do not be embarrassed by living your life, because Living Is So Big.


 


As you read earlier, here is an excerpt from our latest book in
Chapter 3: Lose The Embarrassment.

"Look, I speak on stage in front of hundreds of people about what I went through with my dark experience. Come on if I can get past the turtle shell syndrome of being embarrassed, then by all means anyone can do this."


Posted on Saturday, October 17 @ 21:28:40 CDT by admin1
  

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Realization Speakers

Jesus and Christopher Agudo, father and son, Co-founded the Living Is So Big movement in 2010. In five years they have evolved immensely. They are Realization Speakers and are for hire. 

With this evolution they have authored many books with their latest called "The Distinct Facts of Living... Get To It!

This book encapsulates everything they do.


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