The only limits are the ones we create for ourselves, but a deeper understanding of where we can make changes to our lives, will present us with an opportunity to make decisions that once we didn’t think we could.
We need to have passion too, because without passion we may never fulfill our potential to work on change to be successful, or happy. Although it seems hard to change, it’s not as hard as we think. We’re too quick to think we can’t change and that change happens to someone else, but it’s important to get past that notion.
Anyone can change, but the problem is, we tie ourselves into our lives without stopping to think about the life we have, or what we want from it. We’re also too concerned about letting other people down and how they may feel if we were to change, but that’s not a reason not to change. If the shoe were on the other foot, those others would be the first to do what they needed to do.
We’re letting ourselves down not working on change. Although that was my life for many years, it became obvious that I needed change. To know about my physical and emotional difficulties, because no one else was going to do it for me.
I believe we consciously live with our unconscious thoughts, without giving anything a second’s thought and perhaps that’s where we’re going wrong. For some, it’s a case of biding our time until such a time we can make the appropriate changes, for others they’re often in a rut and aren’t sure how to change.
The first part of change for anyone, is to recognise our own wants and needs and be aware of what we need to change without feeling guilt. Hand on heart on that one. We also need to believe in ourselves.
Working on ourselves, looking at our circumstances, as well as understanding the universe, will help us nurture and support our choice to be happier, more peaceful and more secure in ourselves and in our lives.
I never stop working on change and whilst The CP Diary is a culmination of my own changes, I believe we can all change. Like everything in life, we just have to want to.