Fear is the enemy of happiness. Letting go of fear gives you the opportunity to allow yourself to be open to new life experiences. Give yourself the a chance to love yourself for yourself. When allowing yourself to be open, think about what makes you happy. What keeps your soul alive? It has to come from within.
Affirm that you have learned what you need to meet any challenges that will come in your present challenges, recognize that you are being strengthened. Allow the trials to make you kinder to others whose problems may be unknown to you. Pray for them, bless them, smile at them, and never fail to offer them a helping hand when you can.
Here are a few tips to help you on the journey to honesty a bravery:
1.Decide what total freedom means for you. Can you be free if you live at home with your parents? Can you be free if you work 9-5? It all depends on you. Only you can actively improve yourself and your station in life, moving toward the freest possible version of you.
2.Identify what you want from life. Many people instinctively think that large sums of money lead to limitless freedom and happiness. While that may be true, Try to think instead about what it is you’d do with an unlimited supply of money. What would it make easier, specifically? What would you do if money were no object? How would you spend your time? There’s your answer vina
3.Identify what is keeping you from getting what you want. Are you living your ideal life right now? If not, what stands in your way? What would need to change to get what you want? If you are living your ideal life, what would be necessary to sustain your lifestyle? Why aren’t you doing what you want right now, today, this moment, this second? What’s stopping you!
4. Surround yourself with people you admire. Role models are essential in finding your true self. it’s important to surround yourself with people who live as you would like to live, not to mimic their behavior, but to learn from it and apply their lessons in your own life.
How do you let go of fear and embrace being brave? Tell us in the comments!
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