Is It Time to Trust Your Heart?
It takes a lot of practice to balance perfectly upon the tightrope of trust. One tiny doubt creeps in and you may teeter and fall.
But when you learn to trust your heart, and make it a habit, everything is taken care of. You learn to question everything as you learn that when you are running too fast or desperately searching in an unhealthy direction, you get embroiled in someone else’s story.
If your current reality is starting to crack and doesn’t work for you anymore, you may be experiencing a shift in perspective that is preparing you to create something new and healthy.
When you can work through your challenges and see the opportunities, you can shine a light on how much transformation and growth you are capable of achieving. When you pull away from mainstream self-judgment of good and bad, you become increasingly aware of what works for you and what doesn’t.
So why invest precious time and energy in judging whether your past decisions were good or bad, when your opportunity is to become aware of what and who is unhealthy in your life so you can adopt healthy practices and find trustworthy people?
Facing your own self-judgement allows you to free yourself from the constant “sentencing” that has jailed you. What are the simple mistakes and misunderstandings in your life that have caused you to stay in a state of suffering, locked behind invisible prison bars?
Trust Your Heart as Your Guide
Your opportunity is right here. You have the ability to push the boundaries of your evolution by truly experiencing all of life. There are no mistakes. You are awarded many life lessons, and how you approach them is personal; they are your lessons to learn.
When you break down boundaries, you are clearing the foundational path and learning why trust is so critical on your journey. You are making space for healthy, fresh elements that are attuned to who you are and how you want to show up in the world.
Take as much time as you need to identify a few areas where you have been conditioned to believe there is a particular “right” path for you. Then ask yourself: “Who do I trust? Who trusts me? And what fosters this trust? Are there any limiting beliefs or a situation that is holding me back? Why do I need to hold on to it?”
It’s amazing what happens when we do our own work. In Eleven Minutes,
“When I had nothing to lose, I had everything. When I stopped being who I am, I found myself.”