Saturday, June 8, 2013

When people are in the place of limbo or feeling stuck, what can they do?

Be present and in the here and now. Find something to enjoy, while you are waiting for movement. Enjoy the quiet time. Do something creative. Explore something that you have always wanted to try. Give yourself permission to have down time and to be reflective. Open to your piece in the moment or your lessons for right now.

Most people tend to get really frustrated during this time of limbo and stillness. How can we help them with this period? Look at what you have control over. If you can’t control it, how can it truly make you frustrated. Relax and release the need to control and fix what isn’t broken. Be in the present moment. For even, if this takes a year or more, it is just a blink of an eye for us and only a moment in time. How you handle frustration says a lot about your character and ability to survive. You must learn to let go of the need to control a situation that is beyond your control. Tune in and find out if there is anything you need to do in the moment. Most likely, you will just need to take each moment as it comes. Life is made up of a series of moments. How you handle them is how you create your life. Those who need to control everything tend to have a much more difficult time in life. Practice being in the moment. Release the need to control others and pay attention to what feels right for you. Stop telling others how to be. Allow them to be who and what they are. If you aren’t trying to control others, you won’t be frustrated by them. There are very few cases where you can’t step away from something that isn’t right for you. Many create a story that tells them that they need to stay in something and be miserable. But, in truth that is up to you. There are some soul agreements to help someone through a difficult period in their life but you don’t need to be abused in anything that exists. Your attitudes can be adjusted to help you see something differently. You don’t need to take on someone else’s experiences. Work on your own experiences instead.

Many Blessings!