Savor the process to getting there

While it’s important for us to focus and work on our dreams, it’s equally important for us to enjoy the process to getting there, one moment at a time. Being grateful for where we are in the process helps us to be in that state where we can enjoy the moment and hence enjoy the process. Patience comes from enjoying the moment. Impatience comes from focusing only on the dreams and ignoring the joy that can come from the process.

Saying sorry to another is ultimately about us

It’s beneficial to us when we say to another that we are sorry if our action toward them was not of our highest form as it would not have produced the results that was in alignment with our highest aspirations. Saying that we are sorry gives us a second chance to achieve that optimal results. Remember, we are all a work in progress.

Being ready to seize that opportunity

There are certain things in life that are meant for each of us to help with our growth but we don’t always know how to get it. When we go about life with anger, greed, lack of integrity, lack of compassion, fear, low self esteem, worrying about what people will say etc. instead of being our authentic self, we delay the time these things come to us. When we follow the guidance of our hearts or intuition/gut feelings which is the guidance from our soul, we go about getting what is meant for us the quickest. In other words, making ourselves ready for when the universe brings that opportunity for growth to us so we can be in the right situation to earn it as opposed to missing it because we are unprepared.

Choose to not create that “emotional wound”

It is our perception of what’s in front of us that causes us emotional pain. So our “emotional pain” only exists because we allow it to.

If there is nothing we can do to get justice or fairness then we can choose to learn from the experience by seeing what benefits us the most rather than succumbing to our feelings of emotional pain caused by self-pity. Whatever it is has already happened. Succumbing to the “emotional pain” that we created only harms us and not the other… We can choose to learn from the experience and detach lovingly for our sake. Yes, love heals what can potentially cause us an emotional wound.