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When we focus on worries, feed our doubts, all we do is
waste the invaluable lessons life has given us. So why do some
people worry excessively when all it does is empty today"s
When we focus on worries, feed our doubts, all we do is waste the invaluable lessons life has given us. So why do some people worry excessively when all it does is empty today"s strength? Well, worry comes when we think about the things we don"t want and the things we think we need but don"t.
So I thought, to create an extravagant reality is to master the art of focus as we have much more ability to focus than what we have been applying. The reason why people don"t apply their focus in a way that is beneficial to their own welfare is because of confusion. The reason why confusion is so quick to come is because, in most cases, we lose sight of our own guidance system. We act on impulse rather than think things through so we can act sensibly. We lose patience and ourselves for instant gratification. We tend to prioritize other people"s opinion that we dismiss the resounding expansion of the source within us when the truth is, we live in a world where people are quick to judge others and value them based on perception rather than reality; perception often used as reality even when it represents no real value at all. I am not saying that to be confused is a bad thing, because it is not, but when it sets in we should learn to take a step back to reassess our life choices.
It is true that as humans we have moments of vulnerability that we become over-reliant on others to meet our emotional and physical needs. It takes a lot of courage to stand up and take personal responsibility for our lives and actually own our decisions, and to come to the conclusion that we need to trust ourselves enough, stick to our decisions, follow through, let the cards fall wherever they may and know and respect our deal breakers. Isn"t it that to realize how resilient and wise we are becoming as we age the most delicious of all?
I believe that I have lived enough life to know what I don"t want and do want. Mostly, I"ve tried to be objective so I tell it like it is and in doing so I"ve got quite a bit of failed attempts piled up behind me. There"s a lot of experience I can look back to and talk about but I am now realizing that as I talk about them, I just keep these failures active in my life. Our past will remain a part of our future but we don"t really need to keep on reliving it just because we feel sorry for ourselves. Living in the past will only fracture the great life that is waiting for us. Remembering the lessons from our past and embracing the future, on the other hard, will take us to where we want to be.
Now it"s occurring to me that the life I have lived has served me enormously well because in knowing what I don"t want comes the knowing of what I do want. The better news is, out of it all came my keen awareness of how stoked I am about being someone who reaches for vibrational resonance with who I really am. Having said all that, I have nothing but appreciation to the miserable excursion that paves the way to the benefit that it has given me because now I am so clear about it all.