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Our mind is mighty, but yet it can be weak. We have the power to think positive things about our life, but when we’re tested by life, our mind begins to think otherwise. Isn’t that interesting?
“Are you being, or are you becoming?” My life coach, Eric Merriweather, asked me this question. I hesitated a little before answering, “ I’m being.” Honestly, I thought that it was the right response, but it wasn't.
If I had to give fear a face, it would belong to a monster. Fear can play many tricks on our minds. The biggest one, I believe, it plays is self-doubt. Think about it. Say you saw a monster, your initial reaction would be to stop and run for safety (hiding).
How many times have you ignored that “I have a bad feeling about this” feeling? Or, After a situation happens and you say “something told me.” Well, that so-called “something” is what we need to pay attention to, but many times we don’t.
Feeling stuck, confused, and unmotivated to see past my reality. I’m not the best at dealing with my feelings. I usually just suppress them until I get to a breaking point. What I've come to realize is that my lack of dealing with my emotions was causing a major road block in my growth of self.
Sitting in silence: a process we must go through to understand who we are, but it requires for us to be by ourselves.