Some key skills are 1) step away from any situation to spend some time within yourself, block out the outside noise, and reflect on what’s important to you, your values. This is a self-care skill as well as a values skill.
2) Take action when action is required. Being passive creates more drama and anxiety, which both are unnecessary. This is an execution skill.
3) Allowing and expecting change. Resistance to change causes more disdain and unhappiness where confronting it head-on creates closure and answers. This is a flexibility skill.
“Rip off the bandage and start fresh”
4) Letting go of what does not serve you including bad situations, negative thoughts, and fear. If you’re still holding on to negative feelings, it may be time to forgive and move on. If it no longer serves you, let it go and move on. It’s okay to change direction if your gut is telling you reevaluation the situation. Allow yourself to be broken from the bondages that are holding you back. This is a self-care skill.
5) Allowing yourself to do the hard work to reap the rewards, and taking the abundance with grace and humility. This is an execution skill.
“Both abundance and lack exist simultaneously in our lives, parallel realities. It is always our conscious choice which secret garden we will tend. When we choose not to focus on what is missing from our lives but are grateful for the abundance that’s present the wasteland of illusions falls away and we experience heaven on earth.”
Sarah Ban Breathnach
It takes a lot of hard work to work through the resistance to change. The ability to find grace and gratitude for the hard work pays off immensely. By working through the muck you allow yourself more time to do what matters, what sets you on fire, and reap the benefits of self-care. Being in harmony with your soul’s purpose will bring wealth to all aspects of life.
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