Shifting my focus, paying attention,
and some other complex cognitive processes I won’t go into detail about.
Changes? Sure, you can call them that if you want. I have already began using my new approach, but I’m hoping this post will serve as a form of official closure.
I’m very excited for the new direction I have been afforded, and mentally I feel sound. It is amazing how events unfold to create our everyday life stories, I hope everyone can come to know this experience personally. There’s no how-to about it, it is just one of those aha-moments when the light bulbs glow and suddenly everything makes sense.
Now I don’t mean to infer any changes have PHYSICALLY taken place, per say. I mean more of the changes that take place when a hazy view suddenly is made crisp.. clear.. sharp. I can finally “see”. And it’s great, and I’m so very grateful. One of the best feelings in the world is that which humbles us. When we succumb to our short comings we allow ourselves to see a side of ourselves that is invaluable. We have to stop fighting those outward forces – they will never go away We must simply focus, on what is important to us. What is our purpose? How can we live to our full potential?
I first experienced this while in narcotics anonymous. It was uplifting and I wrote of feeling things I’d never experienced before. I still struggle with inner conflict and I feel that I am more in-tune with what is holding me back. Me. You are your greatest source of competition. And I don’t know about you, but I like to give my all in any fight I encounter in life.
With that being said, it’s time to continue on moving on, greeting each day with a strong head and a quiet mind. To live each day, fully present, and know that it’s okay to not know what’s coming next. That’s the fun part.
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