Sometimes going back is the only way forward-


Sometimes the only way forward is to go back. In fact, when you’re caught in that time space of panic, or fear of your present situation, you must go back if you have any chance of moving through to the fearless you and a better situation.

What I am about to say may not be your credo. And if you have a tough time accepting that you are where you are because of the choices you made in the past, then you may want to throw stones at me for telling you this truth.

With every choice, with every decision we make we create the next scene in our lives. The script is written in the name we are given, but we create the scenes according to how well we play our individual part.

Most of the time we create difficult situations unknowingly. We don’t intentionally make decisions that create an unwanted outcome. So how does this happen then, that we end up in situations we never wanted for ourselves?

As human beings we can be so wise, so intelligent, so knowing, and yet at times we can act so stupidly. I’ve been there too. Many times I’ve said to myself, “you silly woman! Why did you say that? Why did you do that? We are human, and in our learning and experiencing life, we sometimes make mistakes, we sometimes make choices that deny us success and happiness, peace and joy. In making mistakes we set up an opportunity for our higher self, to express forgiveness and compassion. However, this does not delete the consequence or outcome to our unconsciously made choices.

The important thing to remember is that we don’t keep creating the same negative outcome, because then it becomes an attitude that takes on a life all of its own, selfishly denying all reason and logic, success and happiness.

To get back on track to the life you want, begin by going back. For example, if you are in an abusive relationship, go back and look at ALL your relationships. How did you relate to your mother, father, siblings, friends, romantic partners etc. Follow this forward to your current situation and you will hopefully see where your choices have brought you.

If for example, you are in a financially strapped situation, do the same. Go back and look at how you’ve managed your money in the past and how it’s brought you to your current situation. Being honest with your answers is part of the solution, regardless of your individual problem.

Scientists tell us that 90% of serious illness is non genetic attributed. If you have experienced a serious illness, then I can tell you from personal experience the importance of making life changes that will help and not hinder your recovery and wellbeing.

It’s only when we have the courage to acknowledge our past choices and hold ourselves accountable for any present unwanted situations, that we can also acknowledge that we have the power, courage and readiness to turn the situation around and begin heading in the best direction Life has outlined for us.

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