Tweet this: Sometimes the right choice is the unpopular one.
But we also compare our emotions which can be to our detriment. If you are feeling disappointment, sadness, or shame, it’s easy to write it off as not being as profound as the next person’s experience. For example, you may not want to divulge your grief over a breakup because it’s not as bad as someone having cancer.
Though it’s helpful to eventually gain perspective on your situation, that does not mean you must stifle your suffering. Unexpressed emotion becomes toxic.
It’s imperative that you find the middle ground between wallowing and denial. You must find an outlet – a trusted friend, a journal, a therapist – where you can let it go. Emotions are always telling you something about yourself and you always have a right to figure out what that is.
How convicted are you about what you really want?
Can you make requests at your workplace about what suits you best? Can you ask your significant other for what you feel you need? Can you even admit out loud how much money you would like to have?
If you feel guilty, or shameful, or any other negative vibration, you are standing in your own way.
If we think about desire in terms of frequencies, it’s not as likely that you will receive what you want out of life, if you aren’t on the same frequency of the thing that you desire.
The Universe wants to match up things that go together. Simple.
To get what you want, you have to act and believe that its presence would be a natural occurrence.
Anything less is counterproductive and often antagonizing.
(Tweet this): What you desire has to feel like it belongs with you.
You have every right to enjoy yourself while you are here.
You are not a pawn for someone else’s gain.
You do not have to sacrifice your very being for any societal belief.
You are more than any earthly identity you choose to give yourself.
You are a Divine being with a purpose (or two, or three…).
You are worth your own precious time.
You are far more capable when you are nourished.
(Tweet this) Self-care is not self-ish.
What will you do today to treat yourself like the valuable being that you are?
Every time you say “I’m sick of…” or “I’m tired of…” all you are doing is affirming the very thing you don’t want.
And if you believe in the power of words, repeatedly telling the Universe you are tired is saying that you just can’t take on anything else – even if that means good things. You are too exhausted to handle good fortune.
Try substituting “I’m tired” with “I’m ready.”
When you come up against those barriers or energy drains, claim your readiness for the next level, the next opportunity. Not only will you be diminishing the power of the negative, you’ll be allowing the Universe to bring you all that you think you deserve…and more.
We often suppress the things we find uncomfortable to deal with out in the open. The irony is that the suppression usually leads to a deeper kind of discomfort.
We trade momentary uneasiness for a sustained experience of it.
Just like we need to purge our physical environments, we need to do the same with the internal. All the stuff that we hold in eats away at our mental well being. When we’re living from a space of internal disturbance, our perspective becomes distorted. Consequently, our decisions and actions are tainted with the imbalance.
Tweet this – The unsaid undermines the possibility of peace.
What do you need to do to cleanse internally? What needs to be said?