The Dangers of Comparison

comparingIt’s incredibly easy to slip into the habit of comparison. We see somebody else in a space we wish to be in ourselves. It can set off a cascade of questions concerning our ability and ultimately, our worth.

If you are the type of person who finds power in your unique gifts, then you may be inspired by looking at another’s story.

If you are not aware of or comfortable with your individuality, you will either shut down or contort yourself to fit the molds of others.

Use caution when you notice someone else’s blessings. Decide to take the route that allows you to be kind yourself. The other path benefits no one.

Tweet this: Comparison and self-compassion can not co-exist in the same space.

 

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Let It Go

overactSometimes you’re more tied to drama than you realize. Though an event may be long past, devotion to it keeps it front of mind. You may constantly think about it, play out different scenarios, and talk about it to anyone who will sit still long enough to listen to the story. Again.

What you don’t realize is a seamless integration of past with present has taken place. You have unconsciously woven a previous grievance into the fabric of your current identity.

Granted, some situations do require resolution. However, you must determine if you are driven by egoic concerns or the genuine desire for greater good. Ego driven action tends to keep you going in circles, or even backwards. Action for the greater good propels you forward.

Your drama is taking up space. Willingly let it go to make room for something more favorable.

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Common Decency

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Wild and Precious

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Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?’ ~Mary Oliver

This popular quote is something we need to ask ourselves everyday…perhaps, every hour. Living on automatic is so easy, but if you were constantly reminded of this very singular experience, would you be living differently?

Would the thing at the top of today’s priority list truly matter in the big scheme of things? Would you be bothered by annoyances such as traffic delays? Would you make different decisions, engage different people, or take more risks?

It’s easy to get drawn into the minutiae of daily living. Remember to expand outward and look at the totality of it. Do you want your “one wild and precious life” to turn out to be an uninspired experience? Probably not.

What needs to change today to bring you closer to a life of inspiration?

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Soul Intention

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Power Up

electricity-handshutterstock_2745702What’s your relationship to power? Does it thrill you? Does it scare you? Does it interest you at all?

For the sake of argument, only consider authentic power. The kind that allows you to manifest your highest possibilities – not the kind of power that is purely self-serving and corrupt.

Even in its finest form, not everyone wants it. There’s responsibility that comes along with it. Decisions to be made. Actions to be taken. Power requires something of us and not all of us are willing to meet that. It demands courage.

We all have access to that pool of infinite power. Have you explored the reasons why you haven’t jumped in?

If you don’t understand your relationship to it, you can’t harness it.

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