Some may go to a powerful motivational event and come out feeling transformed, and in some cases, it might last, but Tony Robbins says it will only last if they develop renewed strategies and daily rituals that will move their lives forward in a more effective, and pleasing way.
We all have walls, I think. We build them to protect ourselves. Some were built at a very young age, others have been built in the interim. None of the walls are really helpful for our psyche, and coming to the conclusion that something needs to change can lead us on a path toward transformation. Once transformed, it is a little like being born again, and now if we don’t want to go back where we were, we need a new focus on how we live in the moment and where we are going from here.
It seems that we all want change but we may unconsciously resist it at the same time. We want better, but we get to a point where holding on to our familiar pain has become a badge of courage, a treasured blanket, our favorite hiding place, and more. We then see change as hard. We feel that breaking down those walls is too much for us. These are all illusions, of course. We only have to give ourselves permission to let go and to move into a more pleasant and fulfilling place. Others can help us do that by reminding us that we do have that power and then encouraging us to make use of it.
It may be time to let go and transform! And, what can often be a huge benefit is reaching out to someone who can help you improve your perspective and support your transformation. Call Bart Nollenberger at 480-327-8751 and let’s start the dialog. Who knows? It could be a life-changing decision!