I have been coaching people for nine years now. One thing comes back again and again: it’s a question of trust. If we want to be the true leaders of our lives, we have to trust. If we open up and are not afraid of being vulnerable we can succeed. If we embrace love, we can trust life.
All of us have to face ups and downs in our lives – it’s not always easy! And sometimes it even gets really tough. Now here is the secret: in order to get back control over your life you have to let go. You have to surrender – and to trust.
Trust that you will get the help and support you need. Trust that whatever you really need to overcome an obstacle and to grow will show up.
And I invite you to listen to this song…
Björk – All Is Full Of Love – Live in Tokyo 2005
Embrace life – embrace love
Trust in your capacity to face and overcome difficulties. Trust in finding the pace that is necessary to achieve what you’re up to.
Sometimes this means: stopping and watching our addiction to being busy that prevents us from feeling and experiencing what really is going on inside us. What this is really all about.
Stop and watch your breath and let your mind and your body calm down. Let the chaos take over for a little while and just FEEL whatever comes up.
Feel frustrated, anxious, revolted, stirred up. Don’t judge. Don’t analyse. Just feel, not trying to change it.
Watch these feelings – and let them go!
You can trust life! Because all is full of love!
I invite you to embrace love. (And don’t forget to smile please!)
YOUR TURN NOW
Take a few minutes and shut out all distractions.
Choose one thing you’ve been struggling with lately.
Feel the feelings. Whatever feelings.
Remind yourself: these are mere feelings. They’ll pass like anything else.
Trust that you will find a way.
Trust that you’ll get the support you need.
If you want to find out, if you can trust me to support you becoming the true leader of your life again apply for a complimentary strategy call.
PS: this post is part of a 30 day blogging challenge.
Photo: flickr, Daniele Dalledonneby