What are you learning in this stressful period?

People are ready to learn from pain and discomfort. When all goes well, we relax and shift to neutral, like a car idling. When we face fear, hostility, physical and / or emotional pain and other similar energies with lower frequencies, we tend to go into action, pedaling to medals. “Why is this happening to me? What did I deserve?” and other similar issues arise quickly.

Well, admit it. If we were happy and comfortable all the time, would we really want to change something?

Growth, improvement, healing and other similar changes will only occur if we are so uncomfortable that we no longer want to tolerate the situation. Then and only then will we begin to long for change.

And so we have just survived one of the most unpleasant years in our history. Suddenly, everyone wants things to be better – our government, our health, our climate, our economy, our environment and more.

Here’s the deal: real change only happens when learning about the experience is complete. As one dear friend used to say, “When it happens zero, you end the lesson and you can move on.” In other words, when you get everything you need and / or want about a problem or situation, at that point you get bored or tired. This is a signal that you are ready to continue learning.

As we are still struggling with a viral pandemic, we do not yet have a government working for the people of our country, millions of people are still unemployed and we still live on a polluted planet, obviously we are not yet complete. our knowledge of these issues. Now is the time to start thinking about what world, government and culture you want to live in so you can create them.

But first you need to be clear – quite clearly – about what you have learned. Only then can you define what you want.

When you decide what you want, you can imagine it and describe it down to the smallest detail. In the process, feel the feelings and emotions you will have when your vision becomes a reality.

Ask yourself questions like:

  • What caused me pain this year – emotional, physical, or both?
  • What did I learn about the problem / situation?
  • What did I learn about myself when I experienced what caused me pain?
  • How do I want this situation / problem to change so that it benefits everyone?
  • What am I willing to do or refrain from helping the changes I desire to become a reality?

Do something now. Take a big or small step and change your world to better reflect what you really want it to be.

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