Do you find yourself apologizing for things that are not in your control?
Be careful jumping to conclusions.
Do you ever catch yourself creating a story about something, only later on to find out that you had misinterpreted what happened?
You're more than your past.
More than the trauma that happened to you.
We all have people in our lives that do not see or agree with our dream.
If we listen to them, it is so easy to fall off course, So it is important to be aware of these red flags below, and adjust accordingly.
Sometimes there are goals that you want to achieve but you lose momentum.
Being aware of these three steps will help you get back on track.
Did you ever want something so bad, but gave up before you even started?
The overbooking yourself
All just to avoid failure?
Do you practice self-compassion? Do you treat yourself with care and love when you have come across your own mistake or fault?
This consists of:
Being Kind to Yourself - Be gentle and understanding rather than being hard on yourself or overly critical.
Think of something that you have wanted to do, but have not take action on. What was it that help you back?
What held you back is your story. This is something that you have been telling yourself to keep yourself safe. Your subconscious mind learned at one point in your life by doing this, it was the right thing to do, but not it is time to tell it Thank you, but I am going to be OK!
How aware are you of the words you speak each day?
Did you ever stop to slow down and think about how those words are impacting your actions?
It has been commonly accepted to be super busy. It is almost a standard part of the conversation. I used to think I was partly because I lived in the hustle and bustle of New York City, but I was wrong.
I have clients all over the world, and we are just SO busy all of the time.
It is important to have self-awareness. Sometimes, when we are not aware we get stuck in routines because it is just comfortable. It is familiar, and although change is desired and want better for yourself your mind is set on auto-negative.
You feel exhausted, bored, irritated, stressed, anxious, threatened, overwhelmed or depressed after just seconds near a particular person.
Maybe you even felt guilty, that they made you feel this way.. and now you are feeling even worse
Are you concerned about trying to be "normal" and fit in?
Stop right there! If you continuously focus on being normal, how will anyone ever see all that you have to offer and who you truly are?
Each and every one of us has a past
Some, more challenging than others
It is true, we all have a default response on how we handle our emotions. We default to what is familiar and feels comfortable, even if that is pain or sadness.
Trust is often taken for granted
Trust is the unspoken word
Trust is needed and desired to achieve peace and harmony
Trust is one of the most important characteristics but the least acknowledged
You are your dreams and noone else can take that away.
The lack of belief someone has shown in your or the unkind words they shared is a reflection of them - not you