Sometimes the very thing that we want scares the crap out of us. Why is that, and what do you do about it?
When we go after our dream, we begin to find ourselves in uncharted territory. And it can get very scary, very quickly, and this will stop us in our tracks.
As we begin to move out of our “comfort zone” to what we thought we actually wanted, we can begin to question why we ever made that decision. Click for more below, and watch the video where I talk about this.
Sometimes we find ourselves at a crossroads: Wanting to go in a particular direction, or perhaps confused as to what that direction is.
Our soul seems to be crying out for something more. There’s a yearning for a new direction and possibly a new career; but we’re lost in a sea of confusion, and we can’t clearly see the horizon.
So we keep trying, and searching, and yet we stay stuck; stuck in our comfort zone, which becomes incredibly uncomfortable over time. We try and try to move forward, but strangely, it can seem okay to be where we are are, until we realize that we’re like a bird that’s stayed in the nest too long. (We’ve outgrown it, and it’s getting a bit smelly in there.)
Like allot of people, I’ve experienced this feeling many times.
If you’re struggling with time management or feel disorganization, check out this video where I take you through a visualization to help you get organized and manage your life. (The video quality does improve.) 🙂
And it’s not just the physical clutter. Our memories shrouded in leftover emotions from past experiences will keep us stuck in a state of not moving forward in our life as well.
Seeing the physical clutter works like an energetic block, and the emotional clutter stops it up even further.
Here are tips to declutter on both a physical and mental/emotional level.
This morning, someone asked me what I do. And every time I break it down, it comes down to helping people take these three steps:
- Heal your past.
- Create your future.
- Live an authentic life.
Sounds simple, doesn’t it? The truth is millions of people are struggling with this every day. Whether it’s an entrepreneur who’s confused and stuck, or a professional woman who’s thinking of getting a divorce, or someone who’s grappling with PTSD; it’s truly the same process. All. The. Same.
Let me explain with the how and the why this is necessary to be fulfilled as I go through each step.
- Heal your past. Would you put new decorations in your house if it needed a good cleaning? No. And you wouldn’t be doing the mindset work and focusing on what you want when you’ve got emotional baggage stuck in your subconscious mind. (That’s why people try to diet and they don’t lose weight because they’ve still got the emotional stuff going on.) So, It’s important to work through it and then move on to step two. I don’t care what it is that you’re trying to accomplish.
- Create your future. Getting clear on your direction is the next step. But, like tapping into the past within the subconscious mind, you need to dig deep into the emotions again to discover your true path. Get out of your head and into your heart. Be honest with yourself, and shut out what you think you should do, or what other people want you to do, or anything else that doesn’t align with your heart. It might sound corny, but it’s the only way.
- Live an authentic life. After you’ve healed the past and started on your path, it’s important to stay in that emotional guidance of your heart. And there are many roadblocks that can get in your way: Losing focus, being fearful or anxious, falling into mindset traps such as scarcity, and more. Creating mindset habits that will keep you steady and on your path so you’re living the life that’s truly YOU, and doing the work that’s in sync with who you ARE, is that authenticity that will leave you feeling that you’re living a life that’s full.
These steps have the power to get you into alignment with who you are, what you want, and get past the residual emotions and limiting beliefs that have kept you stuck living a life that’s not authentic.
You can try to do this on your own. But, I recommend you get some help with this from someone that has the skills and experience to help you work at a deep level. (And reading a book or watching a YouTube video doesn’t cut it.) Feel free to contact me, and find out how to get the results you want.