Dealing with guilt of not meeting expectations is something we all experience. If you’re human, you have experienced guilt at some point or the other. But just to make sure, you have experienced guilt right? Emotions like guilt usually gets conditioned in to our subconscious at a very young age, with not meeting parents expectations. Which then we carry forward in our lives in various forms, leading to not meeting our own expectations, and then never even trying to take the kind of massive action that leads to big success, out of fear of not meeting those dreams.
Diary Entry #004: Blissful Mind: Do we have to be a high vibe, power packed ball of positive energy all the time?
Exhausted, beat up and groggy. Yep, those 3 words are right on point to describe how I feel today.
Since January 1st, I have been waking up at 4 am. I follow my blissful morning routine, grab a power pack pre-workout snack and head to the gym. I’m in pre-season training for the Chicago marathon and things have been going really well.
Overcoming fear of failure. Interesting topic isn’t it? But I have two questions for you. Do you sometimes feel like there’s something preventing you from taking big risks? Or maybe you feel really uncomfortable stepping in to new territories?
Here’s an interesting piece of information. Those 2 questions I just asked you, they may sound very similar. But the answers to them can help you determine if your struggle has to do with fear of failure or fear of success.
Ah! It’s a brand spanking New Year! You’re all writing new goals, new resolutions, purpose filled intentions. You’re ready to conquer and experience. But are you including new affirmations as part of the plan to accomplish those new goals? If you’re writing new affirmations this year, or you were starting to lose faith in your affirmations.. cos, you know, they just don’t work sometimes, you have come to the right place. Today we are talking about how to write affirmations that stick.