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Overcoming Difficult Times: Moving Against Obstacles

Recently, I've been asked a lot "How can we stand up and move forward even when there are crises and very challenging events in our lives?" I get the question.

I know how this feeling works, and I have a lot of them in my life. Below, I would like to share some advice that will make you focused and energetic and will not let you get out of your way even when your way is full of bumps and potholes.

Don't Let The Current Situation Trick You

We often forget that what we have today is not permanent. There is one thing in life that is unchanging, which is change. Everything that is currently in your private or business life is a combination of many factors that you shape with your beliefs and behavior patterns. However, your future will be different if you see the possibilities in your current situation and adopt it. For example, if you are experiencing serious money problems, it doesn't mean that you will be cursed throughout your life and you will always have to deal with this problem.

Start by seeing what is happening today as an information - this will be proof that what works well and what is not yet complete. Use this information as a guide to make some vital changes in your way of thinking and actions so that you get the truth you dream of.

What habit should you give up from what you want to do today?

Thrill for the future when you appreciate what you have

When we face difficulties or struggle, it is very difficult to appreciate what we have. But it is necessary to appreciate your location, to bring more positive events and conditions into your life.

Appreciating your location means that you understand that you're going to endure these challenges - for your own development - and even if you're not conscious, you're creating them with life. Joyfully accept what life has to offer to evolve to the person you really want to be.

Resisting the place you're alive is throwing a ball up and down again and getting angry because it's rolling down to you. In this case, you will either change your rolling position or give up (or both!) To feel offended.

Take the time every day to appreciate the good that you have created in your life. Better will come.

Don't Listen to Negative People

When you feel bad in your hard times, you come across negative people who think they know the best and know more than you do. These negatives are mostly "I told you!" or "I knew it would not happen" or "What did you think?" they say things like.

The best advice I can give is to focus on those people who are deaf to these negatives and who are more concerned, compassionate, encouraging and stimulating towards you. Call the people who believe in you 1500% and have no doubt you can.

Certainly we should also hear criticism, but make sure it comes from an empowering, positive and knowledgeable source. Do not ignore the criticism that you feel is not correct, negative or based on the constraints of a person. Instead, surround yourself with people who want you to survive and be the best job you can be.

Request Help

Finally, we must ask for help in difficult times. Give up your need to be perfect and true or your sense of invincibility. Ask for help and support to continue.

A courageous friend, mentor, family member or life coach can be a good helper in difficult times. They can help you see beyond what you're experiencing, and maybe even make it more meaningful to you and provide you with a better understanding of the fact that you're not alone.

My experience is superior to our ego and a broad perspective of our upper self is the most helpful to us. Leaving your ego aside, you can seek out the answers to your questions and listen to his answers by making use of his wisdom and relating to your superior self.

Take action when you find the answers. Trust the knowledge in you, it will show you the right way.

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Our world is going through tough times. The question to be asked is, “How can I use the wisdom that I have acquired to make me more aware, grow, and expand while I continue to progress in this challenging way?


"In every experience, if you stand and look at the face of fear, you get strength, courage and confidence. You must do what you think you can't do. " Eleanor Roosevelt You Learn by Living, 1960

Hail and love, stay healthy!

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