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Looking Inward

Not looking at the way you live leaves it mostly up to chance that it’s being lived in the most beneficial of ways. Your mind can be your greatest asset, but it can also be the greatest block to truly living life to the fullest…

It’s a lot easier to go with the flow of what’s considered the normal way of thinking than to go against the grain because anyone who doesn’t agree with the norm is labeled as odd. I ask you this, how much of this normal way of thinking is actually yours? Before a person develops the coping mechanisms that are put in place, how much looking inward is truly put into seeing if these mechanisms are beneficial? Not many people invest money, get married, have children, by a house, take a job, or do anything before looking into if there are benefits, but how much do you look at your own behavior? This is what truly needs to be looked at if you ever want to understand yourself.

Life isn’t magical for anyone. Life is life pure and simple and it will not be lived to the fullest without doing the things that allow this. You can either cooperate with life and make it more beneficial or you can be controlled by a mind that doesn’t want you to look at why you do what you do. If you are content with being on an up and down emotional roller coaster so be it. I haven’t met one single person who at some point in their life hasn’t reached outside themselves for contentment. This contentment seeking is an agitation of the mind that few truly understand, not because they can’t, but because this agitation is not given the time needed to look at it and find real answers, not the make believe ones that you are probably living your life by right now…