Many people struggle to let go of things they suffer from in their lives. When emotions overwhelm us, we get entangled in them, unable to get passed what is bothering us. We tend to believe that something needs to happen, or we need to do something, to change something in ourselves or others to escape what we feel. If you struggle in your mind unable to let go of what is bothering you, this is for you.
My life, my job, my parents, my spouse, my personality, my thoughts, my body. Are these "things" really yours? You might believe that they are since they are close to you, noticed by you. However, they are all temporary, some just passing you by and some are perishable.
Looking at life and believing only in what you can see can make us feel trapped, lose faith in our dreams. Most of the time our minds can't show us the immediate path that can lead us to where we want to go. Understand how your thinking is keeping you limited in your life and avoid being trapped by your our own mind
When you see yourself accomplished, happy, successful is what determines the way you feel right now. We all fall into the trap of thinking about our future happiness without knowing for sure when it will come. Live in our mind's non stop anticipations of the future feels like we're delaying our living to a later date. How can we arrive where we want to be today?
The way we perceive and give meaning to time affects our lifestyle. Sometimes instead of choosing how we would like to manage our time, we let time pressure get to us and manage us. This causes an inconvenience in our lives, that takes its toll on our emotional state. Read more to get a new perspective about what time is, to release yourself from its burden.
We take sides, looking at ourselves, others and life through our points of view. But do we need points of view to live our lives? Life is there regardless of our perspectives or points of view. Our points of view are merely the windows through which we choose to see life at a certain angle. But why limit yourself to a certain angle when you can see the whole picture.