Do This One Thing and Your Life Will Change
It really is as simple as Changing this one thing and your life will change as you reignite your passion and purpose.
A simple small shift can create a more fulfilling life where everyday you wake up with meaning. I discovered a long time ago that, life is too short. I made a commitment to cherish this breath and not take it for granted.
I noticed I spent a lot of time dwelling in doubt, worry, fear or guilt.
So many good experiences and opportunities were lost in the context of “what is next, I need more, they are doing it better, what if I’m not good enough?”
I was torturing myself with negative, limited thinking and wasting so many precious breaths taking for granted that there will be more.
I decided for the sake of Happiness I would let go of my story. Wipe the slate clean.
I chose to release the weight of yesterday and the burden of tomorrow.
I completely unpacked. I went into the darkest closets and corners of my subconscious mind. I found stories and beliefs that were framed by survival, fear and unworthiness and I shined the light on them, saw them for what they were and I loved them for the compassion, appreciation and gratitude they awakened within me as I took in a deep breath and settled into the blessing of this moment.
Just a little light shined on these old beliefs gave me freedom from the deep seeded fear that had been telling a skewed story of; where I have been, what I have done and who I have decided I am supposed to be.
Freedom from my stories allowed me to take another look at “my” desires; the places I intend to go, what I intend to do, create or become, and ask if they were really mine or if they had been created by fear.
Releasing the heaviness of yesterday and the tugging of tomorrow allowed me to make the long awaited reunion with this moment, untethered and free.
Now with fresh eyes I look at this moment. I take in the beauty and grace all around me of this magnificent creation. I know that where I am is exactly where I should be and I believe that I am enough.