Updated: Jul 14
Are you living an approximation of your truth?
I watched the movie Luckiest Girl Alive last night with Mila Kunis - it’s well worth the watch. Triggering in parts but the overall message is one we all need to be reminded of and that is this - that living an approximation of your truth is never going to be enough.
When things are out of kilter, disjointed, a shadow of what they should be or just completely wrong, it doesn’t matter how perfectly you try to play your part, eventually, the masks and facades will start to falter and you’ll quickly realise that you’ve become an actor in your own life, in your business, in your relationship, in your identity or whatever else this applies to.
Does it need to get to that point though?
Sometimes we refuse to jump ship until we’ve hit the damn iceberg.
How about instead we just start ‘saying what we want and then just doing it’ and become our own damn iceberg in whatever ill-fated journey we don’t even want to be passengers of?
That would be the ideal right?!
But it's scary to even think about the idea of that when you’re in avoidance, I know.
So ... if you can’t be the destroyer of what isn’t your truth today, do this instead:
1. Be honest with yourself about what your truth is
2. Work through all the worst case scenario’s of what would happen if you take a stand for that
3. Play out the best case scenario’s of continuing your course
4. Meditate on what you can do today to bridge the gap between where you are and where you want to be
So long as you keep taking measures, life will pivot accordingly, whether that involves an iceberg or not.
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