happening to us all our lives.
And even though many of us love the
"idea" of change,
most people choose to stay in their "comfort" zone doing what they have always done living with the results they have always gotten.
Change can captivate the imagination and create energy that can get you started in a new direction.
But change is a two sided coin.
One side is all about how good and wonderful the change can and will be, with all the hopes and aspirations that will happen with it.
The other side is the side of fear and resistance to pony up to what it will take to make the change.
It might involve giving up old patterns and accustomed ways of thinking,
then stepping into new habits or ways of thinking.
We tend to stay in our discomfort avoiding the uncomfortableness
with it rather than
embracing the new adventure of change.
"Deconstructing" is such an interesting word but it is what happens
when you need to
change a thought, belief, or attitude.
Change can be quite a process, let me offer you a couple of
questions to help you along:
How will this change impact me?
Sometimes thinking about or visualizing the end result will help you with the steps
between where you are, and where you want to be.
Can I commit to this change?
Sometimes we want the results of the change but don't want to
expend the effort required.
What do you need to be able to make that commitment?
Where could I get help?
Getting support set up for the change you want to create is a great way to
hold yourself accountable for success.
Part of this question might include,
how do I get others involved in this change I want to make?
So ask yourself...
"What is the next change in my wellness journey"?