“Move out of your comfort zone. You can only grow if you are willing to feel awkward and uncomfortable when you try something new.” -Bryan Tracy
Have you ever noticed the life pattern that in order to something new emerges something must be broken, and what comes to visibility is repeatedly better?
I think these words from Lalah Delia capture this process perfectly, “Transmutation: Grapes must be crushed to make wine. Diamonds form under pressure. Olives are pressed to release oil. Seeds grow in darkness. Whenever you feel crushed, under pressure, pressed, or in darkness, you’re in a powerful place of transformation/transmutation.”
We have the inherent capacity to transform breakdowns into breakthroughs. We can recover and grow when faced with setbacks, but at the same time, it’s a challenge to believe that. Our mind is wired to fear the unknown.
Is this what life’s all about?
Probably you have a dream very close to your heart, but you’ve no idea how to make it happen. Deep down you know something has to change, however, growing and expanding is uncomfortable. So instead of taking action towards what you want, you hold yourself back. You decide to live life from the sidelines just because is familiar to you. It feels safe.
Here are 3 signs you’re living on the sidelines of life:
- It’s easy for you to criticize others.
- You’re afraid to try something new.
- You’re waiting for the perfect time.
Bring to visibility yourself and your gifts
Maybe you feel incomplete or lacking somehow, but the bridge between where you’re now and where you dream to be is soulful action. Your soul knows the way. Lead a life guided by your intuition and your heart. Stop hiding and make it happen!
Change “Why even try?” to “Why wouldn’t I?
Replace “I can’t” with “How can I?”Trust that you're resourceful enough to figure it out. Click To Tweet
There’s a quote from Rainer Maria Rilke that says: “Our deepest fears are like dragons guarding our deepest treasure.” Find your deepest audacity and know that you’re ready now. Trust that you’re resourceful enough to figure it out.
Let there be room for mistakes, flaws, and doubt, and find a way to flourish despite them.
Are you willing to commit to yourself?
You can make any change works for you. Believe that you fit into something bigger than yourself and let resilience be the core of your success.
Resilience brings awareness of your internal and external resources, assists you to cope successfully with new challenges, and helps you to identify hidden opportunities.
Stop living on the sidelines of life
Change is constant, yet in the uncertainty, the greatest possible good can come to visibility. Silence your inner critic. Shake up the inertia and be an explorer of life. Start proving to yourself what you can do, even with fear, and keep shining your light! I want to see you bring your beautiful vision to life.
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