Disassociating yourself from a thing or person that doesn’t serve you can be very instrumental in your personal progression. It is one thing to be compassionate in giving or keeping temporary company with someone for a specific purpose, but that doesn’t mean that you have to become connected for life.
Learn to develop healthy relationships and disconnect from those who were only meant to be in your life a season.
As we continue with the theme from yesterday, I wanted to address the act of letting go. One of the hardest things for me to let go was the ill intentions of others. To create fault by negligence is one thing but to be intentionally motivated to execute harm to someone else is entirely different.
Throughout the years I’ve discovered a pattern of dealing with offenses without dealing with the offender. That involved me acknowledging what kind of person they were and accepting that I allowed them into my personal space. So it almost became less about them and more about me not being responsible for my emotional well being.
Face those past traumas of hurt inflicted by others and choose to forgive and let go. You will have a hard time finding freedom until you forgive others and in turn forgive yourself. Be well, be healthy.
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There is something very serene about ridding the food pantry of outdated items or cleaning out ones closet to gain visibility of what the wardrobe actually consist of. Once finished, we feel rejuvenated, refreshed, and accomplished. Wouldn’t it be wonderful to experience those same feelings from clearing your mind and heart space of old trauma that no longer serve you?
We can sometimes hold onto things for years. This creates a spiritual environment full of hate, regret, frustration, inability to trust, and many more things that cloud judgment and detour growth.
Today, get started on your Spring Cleaning by clearing out your inner space. Sit with yourself and allow your thoughts to relay a message. Something could’ve happened twelves years ago that you never sat with and processed. Don’t just clear out the otter space without looking inward first.
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When you have a natural propensity to see things from a multi perspective, you can usually see the good and bad in various situations. This serves as a great benefit when trying to see the bright light in a dim arena. We hope that our week turns out the exact way that we plan for it to but it just doesn’t always work out that way. So being able to step back and shift our focus from that immediate feeling of disappointment, can turn a bad thing into at least a satisfactory one.
As we start a new work week, I would like for you to start incorporating a multi view on things. Someone may not show up to a scheduled meeting or you may get thrown off a few task for personal reasons, whatever the case, use those moments as opportunities to grow beyond the hurdles. Don’t allow these little occurrences to shake your hope for the rest of the week. Those positive traits that we don’t naturally have, can be developed through consistent and premeditative actions.
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Smiling is something that we are usually advised to do for others in order to reflect a welcoming persona but rarely do we render this act of kindness to ourselves. If the recipient appreciates this glowing gesture, why not infiltrate our own day with a little dose of it.
So before you give your smile away today to someone else, give yourself one first!
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As we reflect on this weeks accomplishments, we must also own up to where we may have fallen short. Sometimes it’s easier to ignore our failures than to face them head on in order remedy what needs to be rectified. Today, evaluate things honestly. With a little tweak here and an adjustment there, you may find yourself with more energy to turn that failure into a ‘goal accomplished’ moment.
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We can’t predict what will come our way on a day to day basis but we can choose how much energy we will give to certain things that do not serve us. Make a decision to not give so much away to the discomforts of the day. Instead, have adamant intentions towards creating a positive space not only within your mind but also your atmosphere.
Each day we learn new lessons. Some may be small while others appear large. I see lessons as an intricate part of the human experience where life teaches us how to maneuver and adapt to our surroundings. So don’t disregard the small stuff. Every moment that you learn something new is a blessing.
It can be so easy to reciprocate negative intentions once we have encountered them. Today, in spite of the occurrences of yesterday, choose a different path. The best approach may not render a feeling of pleasure immediately but the more you practice disconnecting yourself from the strings that others have controlled you with, the more you’ll experience what freedom really feels like.
There have been periods within my life that I've found myself experiencing moments of anger. I never used to question why I was so ill tempered. I just chalked it up to having a bad day. But something that I've learned recently is that when a person becomes emotionally disheveled, it is usually tied to something deeper. There could be unaddressed situations with an individual that has been suppressed that has started resurfacing. Or you could simply be in a transitioning period within your life.
Whether you're dealing with emotional suppression or you're going through a transitional period, don't waste time not examining them. From my own experience, these are the hurdles in life that can easily become recurring themes if not properly tended to.
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