There are many people moving through life unhappy. This sorrow is based on the way they see themselves and how they feel physically. Perhaps they are suffering aches and pains, low energy and then when they look into the mirror, they see reflections of such heartache through flaws. When we energize feelings of unhappiness and we live in the trenches with it, it surfaces our imperfections as apposed to our strengths.
The power of the mind can either torment us, which eventually manifests into ill health (the aches and pains referenced above) or it can create thoughts that stimulate growth and happiness.
Diversity is part of life. These challenges can teach us how to overcome and persevere or if we let them they can take us into the darkness and imprison us. Are you imprisoned by unhappiness? The physical weight we are carrying may be a reminder of unhappiness or ill health but it doesn’t have to be the shadow of the Grimm Reaper. If we feel our body is weak, it will manifest weakness. If we look for strength and empower this, the body will step up to the challenge. The mind is the central control unit for the body. Our thoughts can empower infallibility in the physical body to help overcome most any disability or it can disable us. Have you ever met someone who has lost a limb or suffered other physical trauma and this individual was able to overcome the diversity and channel his or her hardship into a renewal for life? This mindset is one of a persevering spirit instead of a victim, which empowers.
What can you do to change the negativity in your life? Bury the hatchet that you’ve been using to self-sabotage your life and hold onto your positives as your lifeline. Find something you like about you, spiritually, mentally and physically and embrace these strengths. As you focus on strengths, this energy will empower you. If you have a flaw that you would like to strengthen use positive reinforcement to enable this transformation instead of bullying yourself to force change. Allow your attributes to empower you into a more positive being.
Sri Ram once said, “You cannot control what happens to you, but you can control your attitude toward what happens to you, and in that, you will be mastering change rather than allowing it to master you.”
Embrace the reality of you with compassion, just as you are in this moment, and then take positive action! Work to be positive and you’ll see positive results!
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