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Back to our current programming
Have you ever felt like when something happens in your life and it’s just “too much” to handle that everything around you seems to come to a massive halt?
I know the feeling. I made a joke the other day that I was a walking talking pain-body and I was surprised that I even managed to get through the past few weeks the way I did without completely losing it.
If there is one thing that I FOR SURE know, it is this. Pain and progress can coexist. Now I’m not saying that you should go ahead and bulldoze over your emotions or whatever is going on in your life.
I’m inviting you to consider that YOU are stronger than your pain. And no matter how hard or difficult of a situation you may be in, that you do have the capacity to handle it.
After all, our life didn’t just happen. Our thoughts created it. Our beliefs created it. Our actions created it. So if that is truly the case, we have the power to change it.
Part of how I deal with my pain is to keep progressing in my life no matter what. So ya’ll know how much I love spreading my message so I reached out to Val Santos, a radio personality over at The Beat ATX (102.3) and pitched her an idea to collaborate on.
I present: Vas + Val: The High Road.
It’s easy to get stuck going through the motions of every day life. Without even realizing it, you can become so accustomed to and comfortable in your routine that you progressively lose sight of the present, living each day numbly on a sort of autopilot setting.
While this lifestyle may be a comfortable one, it’s not beneficial to your personal growth. So it’s time to be real with yourself.
If you learn to become present once again, you will come to truly appreciate and wholeheartedly embrace all of the astonishing facets of this life.
To start, realize that any sort of change comes from within. After committing to consciously live in the present, constantly ask yourself whether your surroundings are utterly fabulous.
This includes your home life, your career, your social circle, and so on. It can involve something minor, such as the color of your bedroom walls. For instance, when you wake up, do you look around and smile? If not, it’s time for some redecorating!
Surrounding yourself with the extraordinary also entails the people who are a regular part of your life. Make an effort to be present when you are with your loved ones, coworkers, and friends and be thankful for the light they bring into your life. Let this oneness with others serve as a reminder to you that there’s no need for an agenda. You may even come to the realization that it’s time for a change in some of your relationships—and that’s fine. This simply means you are successfully learning to be mindful and aware of your surroundings.
This process of creating the surroundings that best suit you will not only enrich your life, but will also reinforce how powerful your presence truly is—both to you and to others. As you embark on your quest to be eternally mindful, keep in mind that life’s greatest gifts can be discovered in the present moment.