The mind, is powerful, I am sure not many would disagree with this. It senses, feels, interprets, stores information. We think things through and we dream about the future. What happens though when things don't seem to work in our favor, or we get hit by a left hand curve?
Conflict, difficult times and circumstances are an opportunity to see who and what we are made up of.
The 'shoulds' and attitudes that show up highlights our beliefs we have around the situation, and we are able to determine if we keep, polish or throw out that belief.
Conflict is an internal job, and it is up to ourselves as our body keepers to ensure we are keeping it as clean, safe and honoured as we deserve to be. After all, the body is the Spirit's temple, and if we don't look after it, then the spirit can become tarnished and hidden under the grime and rust of neglect.
At the end of the day, it is all about creating forgiveness for ourselves for how we interpreted the situations as a negative, and seeing the other person't point of view, releasing then from the cause of your interpretation. After all we are all doing the best we can at any moment from our own interpretations and experiences.
"Stress is an inside job, but so is moving past it. The less we focus how stressful we perceive life to be, the less significant stress becomes in our lives. Urgency doesn't always have to feel like an emergency." Scott Niolet
Letting go of stress allows our mind and body to re-sync and come back into balance. Something that many of us may have forgotten over the journey of life to date. It is about being honest with our selves, not sweating the small stuff and talking things through with the people issues relate too. Not always easy but important. As many an older person say.... It really doesn't matter if this or that happened, what matters is the relationships and memories created while given the time to live. If you need help to work through the big issues or uncertainties of life, then get it.
Life is way to short to be held hostage by our childhood, our peers, past and fears.
Sit quietly or even better still complete the wheel of life exercise and write down the things that come to mind. The emotions that rise up, the memories, the wishes and then start to work through them with TAPPING, an easy way to start the shift. IF you want or need more support, be sure to reach out.
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