Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Don’t be afraid of letting the experience find you

Instead of assuming something is wrong with you for feeling a particular way, understand how this moment gives you options. 

Learn to say to yourself, I look forward to the disruption this will bring

Here are a few of my greatest hits. 

Exhaustion? That’s a signal that you are getting closer to an important understanding. 

Stuckness? That means you have moved through all the easy stuff. 

Fear? That’s proof you’re alive and breathing and on the right path. 

Tension? That means amazing opportunities for growth and deeper intimacy. 

Boredom? That means you’re ready to move onto the next great adventure. 

Anger? That means you now have the strength to do what is necessary to take care of yourself. 

Tears? That means something true happened. 

Every feeling and emotion wants something from you. And that’s a good thing. There’s important information in that space. 

And so, instead of scrambling to feel better immediately, trust that it is not necessary for you to be in perfect control of your difficult moments. 

And don’t be so afraid of letting the experience find you.

If feelings are guests renting time inside your body, are you willing to sit down and listen to them?

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Scott Ginsberg
That Guy with the Nametag
Author. Speaker. Strategist. Inventor. Filmmaker. Publisher. Songwriter.  

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