Most of us spend our entire lives trying to become someone or something that we never truly desired to be in the first place. We’re taught from a very young age to look around the world and mimic what people around us decide is good, perfect and correct.
Have you ever looked at whose path you’re on? Yours or someone else’s? Have you ever pondered what life you would truly like to live? You don’t have to climb every mountain to find your way. Here are 4 tips to finding the path that’s right for you.
1. Stop trying to be perfect, right and good.
Perfection is a constant state of judgment. What if there’s nothing to perfect? What if you don’t have to keep trying to get it ‘right,’ because there’s actually nothing wrong with you in the first place? One of the most dynamic ways we can embrace our difference and create the life we desire is by giving up self-judgment. Instead of looking for what’s wrong with you, ask, “What’s right about me I’m not getting?” and “If I were truly creating life on my terms, what would I choose here?” and then see what shows up!
2. Give up pleasing people or worrying about their judgments of you.
Are you a people pleaser? Are you always trying to choose based on your awareness of what other people need or desire? Do you worry about what other people think of you? If you were truly being you, and choosing for you, what would you choose?
Choosing for you doesn’t mean you have to choose against or exclude other people, it just means that you include you! Valuing your happiness more than other people’s judgments gives you the space to see the choices you would actually like to make.
For the last 2 tips and the full article in WorldLifestyle.com click HERE.