We are going to face difficult situations in life. They are inevitable and a essential part of this journey! The great news is that these experiences usually bring the most learning and growth that pushes us into the next level of our evolution. What matters the most is how we deal with our emotions with the intention to returning always to the state of love.
The majority of people do not know how to deal with difficulties in life. At first sight of a problem, we run away from the pain and do whatever it takes to numb ourselves.
We use food, drugs, alcohol, social media or any other addictive behavior that takes us out from living in the present moment and with pain.
Also interestingly, we have a problem loving and accepting who we are. We are unhappy because we believe we should "be better" by now. We somehow should have everything figured out. It is the ego that tells us to compete with one another and protect the self, at all cost, moving us further away from unity and the state of love.
If you pay close attention to what you are thinking, you will hear the voice of darkness. It is this voice of prejudgment and negativity that doesn’t shut up.
On a daily basis, we are dealing with emotions like jealousy, fear, loss, guilt, doubt, scarcity, limitations etc. These negative feelings carry a low discordant vibrations that "lowers" or distorts our energy field. Eventually, causing sickness and the absence of ease or disease.
To effectively overcome lifes difficulties, we need to change the nature of our internal thinking habits Remember, any situation that "pushes our buttons", is a situation where we don’t yet, have the capacity to unconditionally love ourselves.
Our comfort zones are the limited areas in which we find it easy to love and with every difficult situation it is a powerful opportunity to return to love. The spiritual path, then, is simply the journey of living our lives with our hearts the true mind that connects us all in love. Everyone is on a spiritual path but most people just don’t know it.
Since we were young children we were taught that things like grades, being "good enough", money, and doing things the "right way", were somehow more important than love.
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