Let’s face it, growing is uncomfortable. I guess that is where the old idea of “growing pains” comes from.
But we all want to grow.
We want to make more money, have better relationships, accomplish our goals and intentions, and just generally get better at certain aspects of our lives. And this is the way it is supposed to be I am sure.
Seeing how other people aren’t going to change, money isn’t going to change, our goals and intentions are all there just waiting, and those “certain aspects” of our lives probably aren’t going to change themselves, it is going to be all up to us.
The bottom line is that if I want my life to be different, then I have to do different things. I have to place myself around different people. I have to be willing to put my own idea’s aside, understanding that they aren’t working anyway. It is me who has to change and adapt to the Universe, not the other way around.
And a person can tell you all about swimming and describe the experience of it to you all day long. But when you actually want to swim, this will require you getting in the water and having the experience for yourself.
When I get to feeling really uncomfortable, this is when I know that things are good. This is when I see how I can sometimes act out. This is when I see that I get anxious and nervous and stressed out.
This is when I have the opportunity to grow.
Kyle Shiver is an inspirational speaker and spiritual healer currently living in Savannah Georgia. To schedule a phone, Skype, or in-office appointment, call 912049508520 or e-mail email@example.com