Personal rules of living (PRL) refers to pre-programmed Behavior patterns you have defined for yourself and reinforced again and again. For example: ‘I will do this & this in such a situation"; ‘If I were you I would have kicked him down" etc. If you have programmed yourself in negative or self-destructive ways, you should dissolve such programs. It is ideal that you have no such programs because they make you more machine than human.

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