Life Your Way

Barbara Hawkins is Coaching Life Skills - A Better Life Using Meditation, The Silva Method, Silva Life System, Silva Intuition Training, Hypnosis, NLP, EFT, Spirituality and more

Who's Creating Your Life - Your Problems or You?

What do you notice in your life? What do you think about?

How many problems are you actively worrying about?

How many things keep you awake at night? or wake you?

Did you ever notice that problems seem to 'breed'? ie The more you have to worry about, the more problems you have to solve, the more problems you have to solve! In fact, the better you are at solving those problems the more of them you get. You may ask yourself "Do people see me as a good problem solver...the go-to person to find answers?"

Do you really choose to live that way? How can you change that?

When you 'solve' a challenging situation, tell yourself "Well, that's finished...one less difficulty to handled and soon I'll be virtually free of difficulties!"  (As a former 'go-to problem solver' I know it works because I've done it and my life is sooooo much better today.)

Now it's time to make sure you have interests and activities that are fun, uplifting, happy, fulfilling and the like. You cannot give up something without putting something in it's place.

This is the Clean Closet Principal: if you remove most or all of the stuff, soon it's filled up again and almost always the new stuff is just as undesireable as the original stuff. Instead of returning to an old habit of worry and problems, make sure your life is filled with positive thoughts, words and experiences. Get excited about life!

Of course there will be challenging situations throughout life. It just happens sometimes but it doesnt have to be your theme.

YOU control the theme of your thoughts, your days and your life. Sooner or later you'll notice that your life is going along much smoother than in the past...and you're loving it!

Let's look forward to better thoughts, better days and a better life every day...in every way!

Better and Better,

Barbara

This blog article was published on August 4, 2015.