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Anything is possible when nothing is certain ;)

Updated: Mar 29, 2022

The CV pandemic really has brought a great deal of uncertainty to our lives. Do you agree? Just when you think things are improving…the universe says “ah-na…hold that thought.”

The future has become uncertain and the only constant is change. This is the reality that we are all dealing with.

Mid 2021, it really hit home for me that there was only one way to do deal with all this madness and it was to go within.

To get out of my head and live from the heart!

For years, I had been trying to live more from the heart but I'd always end up back in my head. The thing about living from the head is it keeps us disconnected from our soul and therefore we are much more likely to make mistakes, poor choices, and be affected by fear, etc.

Mid 2021 was a turning point for me. I found it was much easier to live in the heart. When I did this my brain turned off and it stopped trying to work out all the madness and I could peacefully get on with my day. I therefore invite you to do the same. It really does make a massive difference.

So it turns out we actually can embrace uncertainty if we live from the heart, as when we are connected to our heart we can feel our way through all the changes...

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Here are some other insights that may help:

  • It’s time to live in the moment, deal with life as it unfolds.

Life has no guarantees. When you think you have everything planned and figured out, the universe throws a curveball at you. The best way to deal with this is to be present. Be aware of what’s happening in the moment and be in the now.

  • Be mindful

You can only be present if you are mindful of what’s going on at the moment. Focus on what is happening today. Try not to think too much of all the possible outcomes - they are not happening yet and may never eventuate.

  • Make a conscious effort not to live in fear and speculation.

This will help you stop worrying about things that have not happened yet. If you allow yourself to keep worrying, it can be really detrimental to your mental health causing undue anxiety, fatigue, burnout, and poor immune function.

  • Plan, don’t expect

Planning is much better than creating expectations. Why? Because when expectations are not met, then you’ll get disappointed. If you’re always expecting the worst, you may miss out on opportunities because you’re just looking at the negativities. The truth is you cannot control the outcome no matter how prepared you may be. Yes, you may plan for the what-ifs but you will run yourself ragged doing so! Therefore always come back to the present and deal with the now. This is the only thing you can control.

  • Be confident about your coping skills

You have managed to survive the past two years. Take courage from everything you have learned so far. You've got this!

  • Know the things you can control

One way of enhancing your coping skills is to focus on what you can control. Start with the small things that are within your reach and create short-term solutions.

  • Release attachments to things that no longer serve you

I bet you have things that you are holding on to even though you know they no longer serve you. This is because it's where you feel comfortable. However, these things hold you back.

Therefore it might be time to let them go and be open to new opportunities that may come your way. Yes, it is difficult at the start but when good things start happening, then you’ll be stoked you let the old stuff go.

  • Focus on the gifts you have right now - your constants, your blessings

Are you in good health right now? Are your family and friends healthy too? Do you still have a job that gives you a sense of security? Do you love your job? Do you have a loving partner/friends/family/dog?

These are the kinds of things we can all be thankful for :)

  • Don’t aim for perfection.

Life will never be perfect, no matter how hard you try.

The truth is if you are striving for perfection, you are just in for more disappointments.

There is also no chance for you to grow and learn when everything’s smooth sailing. It’s the bumps in the road that shape who we are. It makes us strong, humble and accepting of the present moment - so keep moving forward despite the uncertainty.

Face the new year with an open heart and mind, and let the infinite possibilities present themselves - it’s up to you to choose which path to take.

Xx Hannah

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