Your Story: What did you want to become when you were a kid?

When you did not have worries, or doubts:

  1. What did you dream of becoming?
  2. Did you share your dreams with someone?
  3. What was the reaction of the person you shared it with?
  4. Did they support you or did they “think” that it was a crazy idea?
  5. What happened to your dream, are you living it today?

I know now, at forty years of age, that everyone has beliefs, and self-imposed limitations.

Every person perceives the world in a different way.

We see the world through glasses of our own past experiences, our genetic and environmental conditioning and of course, beliefs, assumptions, and interpretations, created by society and passed on generation after generation without any consideration as to:

  • Where does this belief come from?
  • Is it really true?
  • When was this belief created?
  • How much is this believe “limiting”, me in some way?

I now know that most people, most parents, most kids, had dreams that were only dreams, because no one except for themselves, could see “how” their dreams could manifest.

Those dreams where only dreams, because no one can really support you on something only you can see and feel.

Think about the word “HOW”.

How often, you ask yourself the following questions?

  1. How am I going to quit smoking?
  2. How am I going to run a marathon?
  3. How will I get that wonderful job opportunity?
  4. How am I going to find my soulmate?
  5. How am I going to start my own business?
  6. How will I travel the world at 40?

Well, the “how” is the least important part, and yet, the part were most people quit.

If your sensory factors cannot see, how something is going to happen, you quit.

You should focus all your energy on knowing “WHAT” you want and “WHY” you want it

Making the decision that you will do it and start taking daily actions.

Yes, I know, you will still “worry” about “how” things will happen.

85% of what we worry about, never happens!

Yes, that’s right!

We worry about things that will never happened.

Anxiety of a future we don’t know, and we cannot know. Only in your imagination.

Worry of a past that no longer exists. Only in your memory.

The future is always unpredictable, uncertain unless you live by the emotions of the past.

The past cannot be changed, the past is gone, accept it and let it go.

Wayne Dyer said, the past is no longer here, embrace it, toast it, and let it go.

Seek, you shall find was good advice.

Lack of self-love, confidence, self-believe, self-appreciation, self-respect, …

The root cause of this never ending unsatisfaction, is lack of self-love, of understanding.

Whatever comes from outside, is only a temporary fixed, to a permanent problem (lack-of selflove), but it can be changed. I change.

What’s that most people are after these days?

Some will say, fame, freedom, money, … but deep down, everyone is after “this feeling of emptiness inside of us”, that feeling that cannot be filled with money, sex, shoes, or internet, cigarettes, alcohol, …

What are you, really after, in life?

I know is love, self-love, self-appreciation, self-respect, self-believe, self-worth, acceptance, reconciliation, … we are all after the one thing “we are”, love, unconditional love, which seems, to be “temporary” hidden”.

What others think of you, should be irrelevant, and yet, it seems to be what we must prove daily, to everyone.

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