What You Resist Will Persist: 6 Major Steps to Leaning Into Your Fear in Order to Gain Success

What You Resist Will Persist: 6 Major Steps to Leaning Into Your Fear in Order to Gain Success

When we have a fear of doing something, or going somewhere, or a fear of being our “true” selves, we start to create this perception of “non-existent possible” danger. We act from habits that are familiar. Why? Because we want to feel safe. Everyone wants to feel safe in one way or another. But we do this because we have been conditioned to feel that we need security, that we need safety, and that it is important to have full control of our life. To take risks is going into the unknown. It means letting go of control. But the truth is…the more control you let go of, the more control you end up having in the end. But the more we create resistance, the more that resistance will keep happening…over and over and over again. So, what can you do to get yourself out of your own way, stop resisting, stop creating negative thoughts, and start living your dream, and living your purpose, and tackling these amazing opportunities? Here are five main actions that should be taken in order to place yourself into the right direction of success.

Why Feeling "Stuck" in Life is a Gift!

Why Feeling "Stuck" in Life is a Gift!

Have you ever felt “stuck” in your life, or felt like you were in a “rut’? Maybe you feel this way right now. It’s almost like everything in your life feels like molasses….very slow moving and no matter what you do to get un-stuck, you still can’t get ahead, or move forward. Or worse, you finally accomplished something big, and took one step forward only to get thrown ten steps backward by something else. You may feel stuck in not being happy in your relationship, stuck in a creative project, stuck in manifesting your dreams into reality, stuck in a job you absolutely hate, feeling trapped living in the small town or big city you’re in, anything that makes you feel like you’re in quicksand and sinking slowly. What if being stuck is not really the issue, but instead it's how we observe it?