We Cannot Understand Our Way Into Transformation

1st quote 1.3.18

 

 

It’s easy to get caught up in the preparation aspect of changing a habit and delay taking action.

With the plethora of material out there on all the various techniques, strategies, hacks, tips and methods to do so, the fear of “not doing it right” can stop us before we even begin.

What is true is that our life is the way it is at this moment because of a very long string of actions we took, every day. Regardless of what our understanding was when we took them, they were made none the less and the consequence is our reality right now.

If you want to make a change in your life, remember that in the same way a string of actions brought you here, it’s a string of actions that will take you where you want to go.

Transforming our lives boils down to changing just one daily act.

With the passage of time, the accumulation of that act repeated, day after day, builds a momentum of it’s own that carries you into wanting and more importantly being capable, of changing more acts. This law of consequence is indifferent to how much knowledge and preparation you have or how you feel, it just is.

So if your overwhelmed with the amount of knowledge out there, take a deep breath and take it easy.

You have a choice to be easy about the process of transformation and simply replace one daily act with a better one.

 

 


2 thoughts on “We Cannot Understand Our Way Into Transformation

  1. It’s all about our choices. Even when we don’t make a choice..we make one. Some thing I’ve done for years is ignore what my gut tries to tell me. My stomach could be in pain, tossing and turning, yet I still make decisions that go against what my body is telling me. I read some where if you are going to be somewhere or do something you have to be there completely. You mind, your body, and your spirit/soul. Have you ever noticed when your mind says one thing and your heart or body says another, the feeling is unsettling? Finding balance, meeting in the middle is tough, but like you said I’m a master at it. I’ve had years of training. Every little step matters. You’re perception matters.

    I love you. We forever evolve.

    1. Hi Melissa! Yes the spectrum of choices is big and includes not choosing, good point. I relate to ignoring my own guidance and having landed myself into lots of trouble. Making my self care a way of life, one act at a time, has been the only way I’ve been able to gradually recover it. That middle ground you speak of, well I think Buddha achieved it, so needless to say, I have a long way to go, I’m in no rush 🙂 Thanks for stopping by and saying hi! Sending you lots of love and a big hearty hug!

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