This blog may seem a little harsh,
But in no way is it intended to be.
And in fact, if you are of a certain mindset you will actually find it inspiring,
So let's go:
Life is short.
It’s never seemed shorter.
Bombs. War. Soldiers on the streets of the UK.
Not sure where any of it’s coming from, what will happen next.
Uncertainty - as always - is always around, but it seems more uncertain than ever before -
What do YOU want from YOUR life?
Are you interested in living a life that is worth living, squeezing the most from it?
Free of stress and struggle, full of freedom of choice, independent of being pulled like a monkey on a chain, dynamic and alive and fun … ?
Or are you happy to spend your time here on the planet small and pointing the finger at everyone else:
Blaming, judging, complaining and being fearful, stressed and miserable … ?
You HAVE to decide what you want.
And IF you decide to make the most of your time here, you need to realise something:
"I've never seen any life transformation that didn't begin with the person in question finally getting tired of their own bullshit.”
- Liz Gilbert __________
You are the source of all your problems.
And when you get tired of your own stories, then and only then can you move on from them.
Being sick of the negativity of your own mind is a good thing.
Getting tired of spinning around, thinking too much, flapping, reacting, being stressed and worried and anxious is a good thing.
Seeing all the past choices that you’re a bit ashamed of IS a good thing.
Because then you can do something about it.
And what a celebration that is,
For it is the beginning of freedom.
Well done you.
Go well! Arjuna
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If you did find this harsh, perhaps just take a moment and ask yourself:
“Why did I react in such a way?”
There might be something in it for you.
But if you’re not prepared to admit that perhaps you make your own choices,
And therefore you could be responsible for how you feel,
Then these emails won’t make you any happier.
Life is too short to read stuff that doesn’t enliven you in some way.