Many people spend their live at the mercy of circumstances,living at the mercy of what happens to them, living at the mercy of other people,not living in the present because they are stuck in the prison of their past. If you want to live a great life don’t allow your self to be controlled by these five things:
1. Your PAST
Don’t allow your past to control your present, or your future life. Whatever happened,
you must let it go, leave the pain of your past behind… so it cannot ruin your future. Leave the darkness of the past behind, so it cannot block the light of your bright future. Your past is gone, whatever happened whether unjust,cruel,harsh, whatever the case, reliving the event would do you no good.If someone did you wrong, the only way you can win is to LET GO and move on,if you live in hate, they win. If you live in victim story, they win. If YOU want to win,you must focus on building your future and start right now. Release that weight on your back, so you can be free.
2. DON’T ALLOW OTHER PEOPLE’S OPINION AND JUDGEMENT TO CONTROL THE DIRECTION OF YOUR LIFE The need to fit in and feel wanted can cause you to travel down the path you don’t want to travel. People pleasing is a curse should be avoided at all costs. Before you do anything, ask youself:Am I doing this because I want to do it,or because of my fear of judgement from others if I don’t. You are born unique for a reason, you were born to stand out, to be appreciated and loved for WHO YOU ARE. Don’t dim your light so you can fit into the dull background of other people’s lives. Shine bright AS YOU ARE, those who really are for you will see the light and shine with you.
3. DON’T ALLOW YOUR LIFE TO BE CONTROLLED BY YOUR OWN LIMITED BELIEFS Now, a warning with this one,these beliefs may be conscious,but more likely they are unconscious. They may be unconscious limitations that have be conditioned in you from a young age, and throughout your entire life by listening to those around you who never reached for their own dream. Notice your own limited beliefs and tell them to shut up. There is NOTHING you cannot do, NOTHING you cannot have, and NO ONE you cannot become if you believe in yourself. If you believe anything is possible,guess what, ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE. When you change your belief from limited to unlimited, your potential is unlimited. As the saying goes;”When there is no enemy within,the enemy outside can do you no harm”. Your entire life will change the very instant you change you mindset.
4. RELATIONSHIP A touchy subject.But if you are always needing others to be happy, to feel complete, then you are always one moment away from a breakdown,if the person leaves you..Or unhappiness if the relationship you are in is not going well. I am not suggesting to avoid relationships, there is no force on earth greater than love and connection. I am talking about those who can’t live if they aren’t in a relationship, those will be with just about anyone, including all the wrong ones just to avoid spending a moment being single. What I AM saying is to develop enough mental strength that you get to the point, where you don’t need others to make you happy, you are just as happy being alone, as you are in a relationship.
5.MONEY This is what controls the majority of the humans on the planet. This does not mean you shouldn’t want abundance, it doesn’t mean money is evil. You know as well as I do what great things you can do, hoe many people you can help with money. What this means is, DO NOT ALLOW YOUR DECISION TO BE CONTROLLED BY MONEY.
Credit to FEARLESS SOUL
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