Everyone's Rituals and Road Maps Are Different
everyone's rituals and road maps are different. what works for you may not be conventional, or part of the collective idea that to be successful you have to follow a trend. find your rhythm how you see fit. it may not be in tune with the noise of commonplace notions. Olivia Jade
There are many guru's, books, you-tube vids, apps and the whole nine yards giving advice on how to be successful. Sharing what worked for them has helped many recognise and realise their potential, however there are others who have read all the books, listen to the podcasts, attended all the workshops but are stuck! Does it mean that they are doing something wrong? that they are basically clueless? What is it?
I have learned that this is when we have to decide to set set our own paths, make our own habits and be willing to do different things to find your way. Not because your way is different it means that it not valid. And when we do this boldly and authentically it paves the way for others to do the same and know that they are not alone.
What happens is, we don't trust our intuition and our way because it has not been validated by others, there was no one famous who wrote a book about it, did a seminar and so on. Newsflash - those people were not always famous.
We are afraid to branch off on our own, do different things and rock the status quo.
Be willing to do things your way!
Listen, this is your life, your growth, your peace of mind.
Somebody else's way may work, or it may not.
The Universal Laws that exist work whether we believe it or not. I have learnt that living with the knowledge of these laws makes it less important for us to rely on external validation and praise combined with knowing who you are!
1. Know who you are without the titles and things
2. Be willing to do something different
3. Know that there will be challenges and naysayers
4. Be disciplined and consistent
5. Feel all the feelings and let it go
You know you best and no one else can be you better than you
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