Chris Make letting go of stuff a game. At The Minamlists http: David Friedlander thanks chris.
If you are new to this series, read Part 1: Advertisement Note from Celes: For myself, reading your responses and experiences have given me the invaluable opportunity to learn about you. Meanwhile, please enjoy the last part of this series. I mean, you want to move on? Just forget about the past!
Look onward to the future. Keep yourself busy with other things. Uh-uh — not so easy. While these do help in some way, I realized that there is more than meets the eye.
Ultimately, there were past baggages to clear and subconscious, erroneous beliefs to untangle before I could really move on. All these require an ability to think consciously and to maintain a level of objectivity, which is hard because such matters are usually linked to deep sorrows and injured pride.
This was the case for me for the past few years. For the longest time, while I thought I had moved on, subconsciously I had not. Thinking you have moved on and having really moved on are two separate situations altogether. In the former, you continue to live under the shadow of that person or relationship without realizing it.
You think you have been liberated but truth is you are still living in a mental prison as you keep thinking about the person and past memories.
This prevents you from receiving new things in your life. Here are 12 signs to tell if you have not moved on: When you think of the person more often than not. When you still have questions and resignations about the past. When you often bring up the person in your conversations, even when there is no relation.
When you find yourself living out the same looping patterns. A very common example would be on-again, off-again relationships with that person. Even if you are with other people, if the relationships act out in the same pattern as the past, it reflects you have not moved on.
Moving On Takes Time The moving on process will take time, probably longer than you might think. There were many times when I came to a new revelation and thought I had thus moved on, only to realize afterward there was more inner baggage to be cleared.
In these 4 years, there was a truckload of baggage cleared. To be honest, it really shocked me to know the amount of baggage that was stored inside me all this while, despite actively living consciously. Two, to have so much baggage created from a relatively short period of time we first parted ways 1.
No more mental torture or mental inhibitions. No more holding yourself back for something that cannot come to pass.
Depending on how deep the emotional impact was, it might take several phases before you can really move on.
Whatever you do, you will definitely be making progress every step along the way. Be it bitter or sweet, each time you are clearing baggage, bit by bit.And choosing to live an amazing life doesn’t have to be complicated.
Today I live more consciously.
I’ve chosen a new path, and I’m working doggedly toward it. I’m not there yet, but my life is already more amazing. I’m living out some of my dreams while working toward others. I like the game idea as well, keeping it fun! I’ve also found that accountability really helps.
It’s great to be inspired (esp with ideas like I find on LifeEdited!) but *real* life creeps back in and, before I know it, my best laid plans get side-tracked. quotes have been tagged as live-life: J.M. Coetzee: ‘Become major, Paul.
Live like a hero.
That's what the classics teach us. Be a main character. Ot. I’ve stumbled upon a way to word how I feel, not in my words but yours.
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its not. Jesus summed up a life lived for God when a teacher of the law asked Him the most important of commandments. Jesus replied, “Hear, O Israel, the Lord our God, the Lord is one.
Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.
Acknowledging that I screwed up somewhere in my life, and that I have plenty of work to do to 'fix' it, is half the battle. Whatever it is that suits you, you need support from time to time.