Here are some things to keep in mind when you feel hurt, sad, lost, or alone. Read this post and give yourself this important reminder.
Recently I received this thoughtful comment on a Caroline Jordan Fitness self healing meditation : “Hello friends! I just wanted to share my experience with the practice. I just recently had a extremely intense and traumatic event in my life, that has left me unable to pick up my left foot and on crutches. It’s been almost a week, and this meditation helped not only my hope to heal and drive my negotiable thoughts and fears out but the feeling in my leg is more present than it has been since I was shot. A big thank you for sharing this and I intend on practicing it everyday even after I heal! Much love!”
I receive comments and messages like this often from coaching clients, YouTube subscribers, and community. Each note leaves an imprint on my heart and serves as an important reminder that so many of us are fighting a similar battle right now.
I know in the midst of bad days and hard challenges, it can be easy to look around and see a bunch of people who seem to be doing perfectly fine. But I assure you they’re not. We’re all struggling in our own unique way, every single day. And if we could just be brave enough to open up about it, and talk to each other more often, we’d realize that we are not alone in feeling lost and alone with our issues.
Try to remember this. No matter how embarrassed or pathetic you feel about your own situation, there are others out there experiencing the same emotions. When you hear yourself say, “I am all alone,” it’s just your subconscious mind trying to convince you of a lie.
There’s always someone who can relate to you.
There’s always someone who understands.
Perhaps you can’t immediately talk to them, but they are out there.
I am out there.
I want you to know that I understand. Life is not always easy. Every day can be an unpredictable challenge. Some days it can be difficult just to get out of bed in the morning, to face reality and put on that smile. But I want you to know that your smile has kept me going on more days than I can count. Never forget that, even when times get tough, as they sometimes will, you are incredible, you really are.
So please try to smile more often. Even when times are hard, you have so many reasons to. Time and time again, my reason is you.
You won’t always be perfect and neither will I. Because nobody is perfect, and nobody deserves to be perfect. Everybody has issues. Nobody has it easy. You will never know exactly what I’m going through, and I will never know exactly what you’re going through. We are all fighting our own unique war.
But we are fighting through it simultaneously, together.
Remember, our courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes it’s the quiet voice at the end of the day whispering, “I will try again tomorrow.” So stand strong.
Things turn out best for people who make the best out of the way things turn out.
I hope the short story above helps you feel less alone in your challenges. I hope it gives you hope. Good and bad, losses and wins, I am committed to making the best of this life along with YOU. Have you tried my guided meditation for self healing? Has it helped you through a tough time? I love hearing reviews, comments, and stories from you! Keep them coming One day at a time, one step at a time. Hard days and not, every day is a gift. Keep your chin up and keep shining my friends.
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