If you find yourself in a constant struggle, feeling lost and confused in the midst of failing relationships- STOP! YOU CAN experience peace and harmony in your life. It all begins with a choice YOU make.
You must make a commitment to yourself to unleash the internal compass that guides you every moment. Doing so isn’t a one-shot deal, it is a process, but a process that will change your life and the lives of those you love for the better.
We learn from a very early age how to relate to people and situations by observing the behavior of the adults in our life. We watch and we learn, using their responses and reactions as a model for our own. But sometimes, we reach a point where modeling ourselves on someone else’s example no longer serves us. If you are struggling to find that perfect place where you can reside in your center of yourself and rely on your own internal compass, it may be as simple as identifying the negative thought patterns that contribute to your pain and suffering. Once they’ve been identified, we can move into a space of contemplation and resolution. This ultimately creates a space for your newly chosen behavior and a pattern that promotes more love and cohesiveness. This can be a life changer!
Can you imagine a life of conscious, deliberate action as opposed to reaction, guilt, shame and disappointment?
Exiting your seemingly “never-ending loop” and moving your journey forward begins with the awareness of how your thoughts create your reality. You must decide which thoughts to keep and which thoughts to work on – to transition to better, lighter, and truer thoughts. The choice is yours. What you choose to think is directly related to the results that show up in your life each day. Are you thriving? Happy? Experiencing the full range of emotions? Or are you checking out? Avoiding conflict? Creating conflict?
Taking radical responsibility for your own thoughts with compassion and acceptance is the VERY FIRST step in moving forward. It’s not complicated, but it can be difficult to do on your own.
Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton