“Having hit a wall, the next logical step is not to bang our heads against it.”- Stephen Harper.
Whether the wall is a physical one(visible) or an emotional one(invisible) we all are facing a wall of some kind. These walls separate us from our goals, desires, forward movement, and even other people. It is interesting to note that the non-physical can literally stop us in our tracks. Among the lies we tell ourselves are fear and worry. These two things have an especially good knack for stopping us from what we really want. Because of these negative emotions and their mind games we tend to lose the ability to move in a forward direction. Beyond this wall is a more positive self image that will spurn us upward and onward! To change the circumstance, we need to change our self image. The trifecta of anger, complaints, and ungratefulness is a sure road to failure. It is with a positive self image and thankfulness that we’ll find the keys to success. However, this is more then just positive thinking, we literally must change our self image in order to succeed. This is not an easy feat, especially when you’re caught in the midst of circumstances you hate. The trick is, by finding things you are grateful for in the middle of life’s storms, they will hold less power over you and their effects won’t be so devastating. This in turn will open up an in road beyond the wall that you face. By recognizing your strength rather then weakness, the good over the bad, and taking a reflective moment each day to see these things, you’ll be well on your way beyond the wall that is stopping you. Be the victor rather then the victim, and the healed rather then the sick!
see your way through it!