1. When we are unsure about our right to have what we want it’s a good indication that the structures in our lives are not stable enough to support us.
Building a structure that supports and sustains our lives helps us to handle change and cultivate a deep inner sense of security. Ultimately this is about having the support base and patience we need to see our dreams come true.
2. Even though we live in a fast paced, adaptable and constantly changing world when crisis hits us most of us revert to our basic mode of survival.
Few of us are taught how to be internally resourceful when things go wrong.
3. Each time we define ourselves by self-limiting ideas that dictate where we can and cannot go, who we can or cannot participate with, and what we can and cannot do we narrow our life choices.
4. Just as the roots of diseases are transmitted down through family lines so are spiritual qualities.
When you find yourself in difficult circumstances what qualities do you typically draw on from your family and ancestors? Do you tap into their courage, cunning, stealth and the ruthless desire to live? Or are you weighed down by tradition, family values and religious rules that limit you and prescribe a way of being that no longer works for you?
5. Remaining positive and open to possibilities allows us to cultivate inner stability and strength.
If we allow ourselves to fall into despair and victimhood we feel overwhelmed. And then we can find ourselves thinking things like: “it’s not worth it” and “life is unbearable this way”. …And this is a long way from the vibrant, sustainable connection to life that we long for.
Don’t let this old thinking keep you from creating the life you long for.
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