Ever just get fed up with doing the usual thing but don’t have the motivation or courage to change it? Fear and apathy are very insidious obstacles to beat on our spiritual path of awakening. Once we get stuck in a rut because we are afraid of the consequences of change, or we get so numbed out to what we believe and desire, that we do not take risks, then we never get to really shine and embody our potential.
Being a psychic, I usually have clients visit me who definitely are unhappy or dissatisfied inside their lives. My council of guides imparts messages of hope and inspiration for people who are ready to listen. However, in the event the person hears the content but doesn’t motivate themself to step outside their comfort zone, and try new ventures, chances are they will continue to question why their life isn’t changing. We probably all have a friend, neighbor or relative who constantly complains about their unhappy marriage, unfulfilling job, poor health or unfair state around the world. Yet, they stay stuck in this miserable reality year after year, feeling that life is unjust plus they are unfortunate. Where is their will to live, and their desire to be fully alive and not simply to exist? What happened for their capability to dream?
On the other hand, there are some those who aspire to beat all obstacles on the path, and embody their soul’s mission whatever. Not long ago i watched Messages of hope and strength regarding a young strapping fellow who had a motocross accident and was paralyzed from your neck down. He is at the prime of his life and on the fast track to success. He failed to accept his hopeless proper diagnosis of being paralyzed forever and challenged the doctors who said he would not improve. He embarked on an arduous journey of healing and recovery. At the end of the film he walked across Death Valley, a stride at any given time, carefully balancing his weight and focusing his attention on the terrain. The trek took 6 days. He now has a thriving business helping others to recuperate and rehabilitate from severe physical limitations.
When thinking about the disparity between people who surmount life’s challenges, and those that stay stuck, I see a few essential differences. The one who can dream after their dream gets shattered, usually has a belief in a higher divine source, that is intrinsically guiding their life. Furthermore, he or she makes the significant decision to go from isolation and connect with humanity somehow, so they usually are not alone. The external support of family and friends can easily make a significant contribution for inspiring someone to love themselves enough to boost their life circumstances. Positive change may also happen when one moves beyond self-pity, apathy and fear and taps into an knowledge of their innate life force and link with their infinite source within.
Now is the time to awaken and embody your potential! The time has come to move past the status quo and feel the freedom that comes when one faces their fears and slays them with courageous acts of faith. I invite you to definitely consider what your challenges to success are and also to let yourself dream again. Would you sometimes have trouble staying positive inside the face of life’s challenges? You can study the best way to think positive, be positive, and remain positive using these methods for thinking positively.
Visualize an excellent Future – You frequently run a mental movie of the future as you hope it will likely be or when you fear it will probably be. With conscious attention, you can choose precisely what is because movie. Decide to visualize an excellent future. Practice getting that movie back on the positive track once your mental movie of the future starts to concentrate on possible negative outcomes. Holding the mental image of a great future is the first step to creating that future.
Count Your Blessings – Gratitude is the key to some great life. At any moment, a few things will be going well, while some are certainly not going as we would choose. Being grateful for your blessings of life — such as the life lessons that can come from your setbacks — sets your brain for positive thinking and then for having a great life.
Be Grateful for All of Life – With gratitude, all life appears as a blessing – without gratitude, most of every day life is perceived as a burden. Avoid the tendency to compare and contrast your lifestyle with all the lives of others, together with your idealized hopes forever, and with your own life once you were a kid. Every moment of your life is a gift — not something you are “entitled to” or ndzaay you “deserve.” Practice zero-based gratitude. Zero-based gratitude has been grateful for everything in your life — grateful that you simply awoke this morning, grateful that you have enough food to consume, grateful that you could walk and breathe and discover.
Understand that Life Isn’t Supposed to be Fair – Nobody is “meant to” be nice for you or enable you to. No one is meant to treat you “fairly.” Storms, earthquakes, wars, flu pandemics, and falling boulders are not supposed to avoid you. Be grateful and happy when life goes well, and avoid anger and resentment when life is not “fair.”
Avoid Anger, Resentment, and Regret – Anger, hatred, resentment, and regret help nothing, and are a great reason for unhappiness should you permit them to infect your daily life. Whatever pain the storms of life ever lead to, anger and resentment will never heal that pain — plus they inflict their own pain – normally a far greater pain than the first one. Whatever pain the actions of others cause you, anger, hatred, and revenge solve nothing — again, the discomfort of your personal anger often surpasses the original pain. Whatever pain you cause yourself by ill-chosen actions, regret solves nothing — study a life lesson, forgive yourself, and move ahead with life.