Falling Into Place
Falling into place…
How often do we walk through our daily lives only seeing what is falling apart around us?
It is so easy to get caught up in the comparison game with the way our world functions through different outlets; nothing we do can possibly measure up in the same way to what another person is doing. It is an automatic loss. The paths we walk will always be individual.
Why is it so hard to accept the path revealed to ourselves in that moment of perceived failure?
If we were to go deeper into that process of thought, I am going to wager a guess that we really don’t care as much as others are telling us to care. But it is so hard to not involve ourselves in that thought process where we think we are failing in our own path, when there is always someone else doing something more unique or in fact just different.
Embracing our call and owning it can be one of the hardest choices to commit ourselves to.
Have you noticed that we come to expect to see the negative in every outcome rather than acknowledge and celebrate what we did accomplish in the attempt? Our first inclination is becoming all too common to go deep within the negative, rather than see anything positive out of that which is coming undone.
What if we were to pause for a moment and ask ourselves what could be falling into place?
Think about it. The classic saying that everything happens for a reason is tried and true. I know many who invest in this thought process with vigorous denial allowing themselves to sit with the grief of failing in a situation inhibiting them from moving forward.
When one does not receive the positive outcome out of the situation that they really wanted, instead of grief with a positive resolve they are closed to considering any other option or idea.
They simply get stuck in failure, rather than allow themselves to ask the harder question, ‘What is falling into place?’
If we take a moment to pause, reflect and go as far as not even looking at the situation that did not go our way; we may be able to open ourselves to that which is there waiting for us to receive.
Falling into place.
Imagine what your life would look like if you could allow yourself to see all that was falling into place as a new beginning. You may just find the steps that you were meant to be walking in this moment. You may just find your way back to yourself.
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Andrea creates, builds, and offers her teachings and hands on life tools based on her journey healing her body image after a 14yr battle and life of trauma. Her vision always is to help others live a full life with the journey they are given.