Unhappy people reflect their inward thoughts outwardly. They hold on to grudges as if their life depended on it, afraid to let go because letting go means having to face a new life. It’s how they want to live, but to get to it is too difficult.
Our internal thoughts imprison us. It’s an existence, it’s how we roll. Unconsciously, we know it’s not right, but it’s something we find difficult to change. For others on the receiving end, it’s exactly what needs to be changed.
It’s also not unique, in fact it’s not unique at all. We’ve probably all done it. Outwardly, as we continue to reflect our unconscious thoughts, we do so without question, even though we know our behaviour hurts us and others.
We need to understand that our outward behaviour is a reflection of our internal thoughts and internal thoughts and understandings can always be changed. A change in mind-set is a positive change for new opportunities and not some kind of threat. A threat is a threat, only if we see it as a threat.
People feel more secure when they understand that change is a time for new opportunities. That if we see change as something negative our external behaviour will always reflect internal negative thinking.
An appetite for change can always be developed, even if it’s not present. It’s all about mind-set and mind-set can always be changed.