That moment when you wake up!
You thought it means to wake up from sleep, didn’t you?
Well, it doesn’t!
I’m talking about a different level of waking up… the moment you open our eyes and see yourself, for the first time.
We are usually the one person who is standing between us and our dreams, and here is how we do it…
The 5 ultimate self- destruction habits of humankind:
Not asking yourself the most important questions in life:
Who am I? Why am I here? And what do I stand for?
These three questions, if answered, will change your life. Have you ever started a relationship with someone before you actually got to know them, I hope not!
The exact same thing happens here, you can’t start building a relationship with yourself if you don’t really know who you are, what your goals are in life and what are the main values you live by.
2- Self- doubt
That is one creepy monster! You don’t feel it’s coming and then suddenly you see it in front of you and get too scared to even move.
Self doubt is paralyzing, it will forever keep you in your place because you don’t believe in yourself enough to take any step.
It’s that voice inside your head that tells you: you are not ready, you don’t have it in you, and maybe it’s not for you.
So, keep an eye out for this monster and have enough faith in yourself that when you see it you have the courage to say no I do have it in me and I will do it.
3- Comfort Zone
This is more like the friend you don’t really want to have. The friend that tells you it’s okay to just go out and party every night when you’re twenty-nine, just because you used to do that when you were eighteen and life was going perfectly fine.
But life changes, and you want to change with it. The higher the wave, the better your surfing skills ought to be.
So step out of your comfort zone, do things that scare you sometimes, raise your own bar, learn and new skill, watch yourself grow and cheer on.
We live in a time where peace and quiet is a luxury. It’s like you’re trying to make a conversation with someone in the middle of a crowd. Will you be able to listen to them? Of course not!
That is where we are now, we are always trying to get our own attention, but we can’t even listen to ourselves anymore. There is just so much noise around us; the noise of a busy life, of a demanding job, of our thoughts about our busy life and our demanding job.
Our attention span is becoming shorter and shorter because we’re getting used to what’s quick and easy.
But the question is, how will we ever know who we are if we’re never really there with ourselves anymore.
5- Just Being Mean
That is when you choose to be mean to yourself, to be harsh on yourself and to beat yourself up.
Why didn’t I do well in that meeting? I look too fat! I’m too thin! I wish had long hair! My hair looked better short! I’m never going to make it! Who do I think I am!
I can literally go on forever…
How will your car be if you kept treating it like crap? It will break down! And probably way sooner than expected.
We are exactly the same, we will break down at a certain point if we keep mistreating ourselves.
Self love is compassion, it’s support, it’s looking at yourself and saying thank you! You did your best today and that was awesome.
It’s patting yourself on the back after a long day, it’s saying I love you for who you are and for what I want you to be.
Self love is being full of yourself enough to be able to give, to share and to attract what you want in your life and not what you need.
“No one is you, and that is your superpower“
Peace & Love,