Are there “roadblocks” you perceive that may actually be a decoy? Any scary “guards” you could cozy up to and push over with one finger?
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Use your journal to explore the reasons behind your actions… and inactions.
Why haven’t you done the things that interest you? Have you been coloring inside the lines for so long that you’ve forgotten how to break free? What changes can you make to help you accomplish your never-dones?
When you embrace an abundance mindset, you take risks that bring great rewards. Acting from a place of abundance actually creates abundance.
Identify whatever it is that you truly need in order to take care of yourself right now. What feels like an indulgence is often necessary for survival.
Being part of a community helps us accomplish so much more than we could alone. It’s important to nurture these communities and keep them going strong.
If you think you’ll fail, you’ll never start at all. If you know you’ll succeed, you’ll put in your best effort. For a perfectionist, “knowing I cannot fail” offers a breath of intoxicating freedom.
Trying new things makes us grow in so many ways. It expands our sense of self, gives our brain circuits a jolt of fresh juice.
Detailing what you already know about the situation narrows the field of focus. You get a confidence-boosting selection of information that helps you hone in on what you need to discover.
There’s always one small action we can take right now to move forward, no matter how stuck we feel. And often that tiny next action gives us the momentum we need to continue. We can break free from the paralysis.
This is a season of fresh starts. Like crocuses pushing their heads up through cold soil, we’re determined – but not invincible. Embrace your newfound energy and optimism with small, manageable steps.
When you focus on what the universe has already given you, that mistrust wanes. You realize you’ve always been taken care of. You realize you will continue to be.
Sometimes letting go is the right thing to do. And sometimes a loss just teaches us to tread water a little longer next time.
When you follow up your semi-vague wish with the question, “What would that look like?” you’ve got a recipe for a dream come true.
How often do you sit around and thoughtfully muse on all you’ve accomplished? Regardless of where you are in life, you’ve accomplished some spectacular things. It’s time to marvel at your own ability.