"Self-centred people have only one topic to talk about: themselves." Bo Bennett, Author

Self-centeredness is a state of being excessively focused on oneself, often at the expense of considering the needs and perspectives of others. It manifests as a lack of empathy, an inflated sense of importance, and a tendency to prioritise one's own desires and interests above all else. Self-centeredness can lead to strained relationships, isolation, and a sense of disconnectedness from the world around you. The card of Self-centeredness urges you to cultivate empathy, compassion, and a willingness to consider the feelings and experiences of others. By expanding your perspective beyond yourself, you can foster deeper connections and enrich both your own life and the lives of those around you.

Self-Centred Mantra: I recognise the interconnectedness of all beings with love and respect.