It is comfortable for us to be in the known – our identity, our thought patterns, and the way we relate to the world.
We may have based our whole identity on the known – our previous beliefs (thoughts we keep thinking) stemming from childhood, ancestors, and even past lives.
At a certain point of one’s evolution, the known maybe a golden handcuff.
You may be comfortable there. Yet, deep down, you want more.
And, what you want is most likely in the unknown.
The unknown is where all outcomes are possible– and, it is uncomfortable, foreign, and scary.
Achieving your deepest desires may require you to make the leap from the known to the unknown, and let go of beliefs that no longer serve you.
This is a commitment, because as you let go of a core belief and replace it with another, the fundamental structure of how you relate to the world at large will shift.
You may put your brakes on. A part of you may want to hold on – to the past, to what you know – because it is comfortable. Deep down, you know that as you change your core beliefs, people and circumstances around you would change as well. And this is scary.
But, innately, you also know that what you want is on the other side.
The moment you truly commit to change and decide you no longer want to hold yourself back from what you want, you’ll have face eye to eye with your own internal resistance that is keeping you where you are.
But instead of fighting that resistance, can you embrace it and where you are, whilst welcoming change?
There is nothing wrong with where you are. And, if you want something different, love where you are, and take the leap, because the only way to change a vibration is to love it.
Can you love yourself where you are, hold the part of you that is afraid as you commit to change, and take the leap anyway?