Identify with your true self, your heart. Recognize that peace and calm as being your natural state. That all the turmoil around you has nothing to do with you. And that all the emotions, judgments, attachments, and cravings flowing from your ego-mind are just a product of your ego-mind and, as they cause you suffering, are not your true self because as the Buddha said, “if it causes you suffering, it is not you, it is not yours, it is not your self.”
Open up your heart and embrace all aspects of your being and experience. When you do this nothing will offend, and so free of mental obstructions you will experience all things directly, with dispassion, knowing that things are the way they are because it’s just the way it is, and so your mind will rest undisturbed.
When you do this you will have gotten over yourself, meaning over your ego-mind as taught in the previous post, and so you will be able to pursue what is most important to you, what you are meant to do; you will be able to be who you are regardless what is going on around you and what is being or has been done to you.