Obsessions for anything, including for oneself, is never a good idea, and usually leads to paranoia, and over concern with self not others. To be like-minded is to be well liked, understood, and all things favorable to your interests, are and should be the interests of others in order to find success in life.
When we feel like we are being watched, usually we have trouble performing. Worried about what others think of us, usually follows suit. Best to always “keep a good head on your shoulders” and be mindful of others, and their feelings too. Being mindful requires, that we not only care about what others think, but that we act in ways that generally shows or reflects that care for others too.
God-Complexes occur when we think that everything is about us, or that everyone is thinking of us, in a way that reflects our: fears, paranoias, and obsessions with self. In order to undo the trauma related to self-obsessions, best to “keep a good head on your shoulders” about your day, the progress you make, and how you treat others. Never when you are mean to others does anything get done, in the positive for yourselves or others. Never when we are cold to others, do things work out to our benefit and does anything get done. Always be respectful of the spaces of others, including your own private spaces, where you think and produce your material each day, for “show and tell” to others. These are basic understandings of performance anxieties that follow, from the sharing of our ideas with others, learn to let go.
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