If you don’t want to do the work to dig into your core wounds, limiting beliefs, and subconscious programming, that’s your choice. But making that choice also means you have the accept the outcomes and effects of the causes you continually put into motion.
If you want things to be different, you have to do the work.
Face your deepest, oldest wounds. Acknowledge where you fall short of who you want to be in the world. Listen to what’s being reflected back to you, time and time again. Get honest about what’s not working and own your role in that, even if someone else plays a part. Give yourself grace and forgiveness as you learn new ways of being, but hold yourself to a higher standard.
That’s the work.
And it’s so very challenging, I know.
You’re stretching yourself as you push your edges, and that doesn’t happen without a certain level of growing pains. It doesn’t happen without discomfort, uncertainty, and heaps of fear. We also don’t step into what’s next for ourselves without a certain level of failure along the way. Missteps, slip-ups, and falling short are part of the process.
But when we go into the work knowing these things are par for the course, we can navigate each bump with more ease because we can recognize what’s happening and make different choices.
Rather than stopping, we learn to move through.
Rather than controlling, we learn to surrender.
Rather than giving up, we learn to rest and recharge.
Rather than spinning out, we focus on what needs to happen next.
Creating real transformation requires choice and intention.
A commitment to what you say you want.
So what will you choose today?