You are closer than you think!

Life tends to be harder when you have crossed the boundaries and limits you set for your hope and are now gliding in uncertainty and fear of what if. Your greatest fear will never happen! Heres why:

1. Your fears mean that you are in control

You are the only one who can project them and the moment you attempt to share them, you are surprised at how much other people are surprised. You have post-dicted (opposite of predicted :-) ) the whole experience and have drawn out the worst. In this instance, you have subconsciously alerted your systems and processes to align themselves in such a way that this does not happen.

‘You’ll realise that you are beginning to water what’s ripe in your life, that which is working and good. Only that which is still alive will live’

You control the events that are directly confronting you by either fighting, flight or submission. Having a realisation of this helps you wade through the issues you are facing with a more sober presence that attracts the solutions that evaded you before you veered off your course.

being in control means being on guard, taking the stance and being ready to pounce!

2. You are only uncertain because you chose to be so

Because you know you cannot be responsible for things that you cannot change, you refuse to allow their influence over your choices. You want to be present in your world, in places where you can make decisions and follow through.

'The only enemy an uncertain person cannot defeat, is himself'

Whatever issues you ignore remain in uncertainty because you have realised that its not about you saving them but about surviving them. If you don't put them away, you know they'll put you away. So you leave them be.

Uncertainty is like darkness, you don't fight darkness, but rather light up the area and the darkness disappears

3. Your boundaries set the base for the next assignment

The limits you set are like the imaginary longitude and latitude lines. They are the products of your imagination but limit your ability to progress since you put them there in the first place as a reference point. Where you want to rest. Naturally, we get tired, bored or in need of motivation to continue.

'you learn about yourself and the quality of work you've achieved when you are nearing your boundaries'

Your boundaries offer that comfort to help you review your journey, they are a place of refuge as you assess and think through whether the motivation to continue still exists. You are indipendent in your path but dependent on your obstacles which may or may not occur at the imaginary borders you created.

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