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Wednesday Word: Have Patience


So really the word of the week is Patience. One thing this year has taught me is to have patience with thyself. Losing someone in January, another in June and again in July, has done nothing but give me more reason to just love, be happy and be patient with what is in store for me. Especially after getting over a real life Karmic experience of not learning the lesson. I was force to feel it and have patience all at once.


Life rarely unfolds the way we imagine it to be. We often find ourselves mapping out our dreams and goals, constructing a perfect image of what our lives should look like. However, reality always kicks in. As we navigate the ups and downs of life, being patient becomes a true test of character, especially when our expectations clash with the unpredictability of existence.


That Perfect Picture: From a young age, we are conditioned to believe in the concept of an ideal life. Society, media, and even personal experiences contribute to the picture. We create mental blueprints of successful careers, loving relationships, financial stability, and happiness, expecting life to conform to these carefully designed plans. While having dreams and aspirations is essential, clinging to a specific picture can lead to frustration and disappointment. This is a overactive Third Eye Chakra


The Struggle of Reality: Life's journey is filled with unexpected detours, roadblocks, and delays. Despite our best efforts, things might not always go as planned. Jobs may be lost, relationships may crumble, and dreams may take longer to materialize. The clash between the picture-perfect idea in our minds and the imperfect reality can create anxiety, leaving us feeling stuck and discontented.


The Price of Impatience: In our quest for the ideal, impatience often takes center stage. We want things to happen quickly, efficiently, and on our terms. However, impatience comes at a cost. It breeds anxiety, stress, and an inability to appreciate the present moment. We may miss out on valuable opportunities for growth and learning while desperately chasing a unrealistic dream.


The Power of Letting Go: Embracing patience does not mean giving up on our dreams or aspirations. Rather, it entails releasing that chock hold and the picture we have constructed. It involves acknowledging that life's journey is an ongoing process of growth, change, and discovery. When we let go of rigid expectations, we open ourselves up to new possibilities and find solace in the uncertainty of life.


Cultivating Patience:

  1. Be mindful and chill: By living in the present moment and accepting things as they are, we learn to let go of the need for immediate outcomes. Mindfulness helps us appreciate the beauty of the journey itself, rather than focusing solely on the destination.

  2. Shift Perspective: Instead of seeing delays and obstacles as setbacks, view them as opportunities for introspection and course correction. These moments can be blessings in disguise, guiding us toward a more authentic and fulfilling path.

  3. Be Realistic: While ambition is commendable, setting overly ambitious or inflexible goals can lead to disappointment. Break your aspirations into smaller, achievable steps, celebrating each milestone along the way.

  4. Love your Imperfection: Perfection is an illusion that stifles progress. Embrace the imperfections in your life and recognize that growth often occurs in the messiness of uncertainty.

  5. Seek Support: Share your struggles and frustrations with loved ones or seek guidance from a mentor. Often, talking through your challenges can bring new insights and a sense of reassurance. Be mindful of who your vulnerable with.

Being patient is a constant struggle, especially when life doesn't align with the image we have crafted. However, by acknowledging that aint shit perfect. So when you embrace the power of patience, you can find contentment in the journey itself. Letting go of our unrealistic expectations allows us to enjoy the now. Go ahead and learn from its curveballs, and ultimately discover a more authentic and meaningful existence. Remember, it's okay to have dreams, but it's equally essential to appreciate the unpredictable beauty of reality.

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