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The Keyword of Life: Change

We all know the "change" word, we all talk about it, we all want it, but very few actually allow themselves to perceive a change and celebrate it.

There are 2 types of change:

The inner change:

  • The change of oneself, e.g. values, habits.

External change:

  • The intentional or unwanted, e.g. when life circumstances change from the outside.

It's important for you to know that usually your body sends a warning signal very early on that it's time to make a change. It usually feels like an inner urge to evolve (an inner restlessness). If you do not respond to this feeling further, it intensifies, and you feel and interpret it as "I feel dissatisfied"

The Keyword of Life: Change

Now you need to know, there are 3 ways you can approach your change:

  1. You unconsciously decide to make a living with your dissatisfaction and do not change anything.

  2. You feel the price of change is too high and by weighing up you consciously decide against your own change.

  3. You actually allow yourself to let go and say yes to change and realize that it happens all the time in your life and is a natural process in your life as a human being.

If you have chosen option 3, ask yourself the following questions for your further development:

  1. How and where do I want to live?

  2. Who do I want to live with?

  3. What do I want to work?

  4. What gives me pleasure?

  5. What makes me satisfied/happy?

  6. What bothers me about my life?

  7. What scares me, what are my worst fears?

  8. How likely is it that this will really happen?

  9. What can I do to prevent this fear from occurring?

  10. How do I evaluate my impulses for change?

Your answers are your tools for your change in your present life. They can help you explore where you are in your life right now and what you want to change to achieve your goal, who you want to be, and how you want to live in the here and now (your present).

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