Do you ever find you have situations in your life where you begin to question, or doubt if you can do something, have something or be the person you need to be in that moment?
Being present in the now doesn’t seem possible with all the circulating doubts.
Thoughts begin to race. The search for answers to validate what is being felt.
Just getting swept away in shame, guilt, regret.
Thoughts resonate, “I am not worthy of….” “I am not enough because…”
The situation transforms into letting the emotions be the meaning of the present.
However, the emotions were created long before that moment.
They came from the past.
There is a story attached to those emotions. There are definitions from the situations that were constructed to support the story.
It becomes normal to be paralyzed by the thoughts of doubt. To the point of believability.
What changes the thoughts of doubt?
It starts with curiosity to explore what is beneath the doubt. Then taking accountability to shift the perspective of how the doubt is being perceived. It becomes an important step to give self permission to trust in the responsibility of living in the present which is always a choice that is available.
A person who acknowledges their capabilities has the ability to rewrite their story, which changes the meaning and definitions of what was. It now means the past does not dictate the present unless it is allowed to.
-Kristin Sven Larsen
Self acknowledgement reveals the learning, past success, and gratitude. It places focus on the inner being of acceptance with appreciation.
There is no room for doubt when focus is placed on what is possible from the learning, growth and belief in what makes up the capability.
Enjoyment is found living in the now when the doubt is let go from the past.