We all have an idea of what a perfect life looks like.
Live in a large home with your dream kitchen and spacious master bedroom…
You go to work knowing that you are the boss of your own time and receive a great amount of money…
Drive a luxury car without worrying about gas money…
Spending time with a partner who gives meaning to your life…
That sounds like a dream, right?
But before you get to that point, you have to experience doing things out of routine that make you want to give up what you want. – all because you feel stuck.
Ever heard of the term stack in a rut?
It is when you have been doing the same things for so long.
It is when you have lost motivation and are in a state of apathy.
If this is the case, there are a number of possible explanations. It can be caused by:
- You have a strong desire for change. But given the current circumstances, it feels inevitable. You want a new job or better health, but you lose the motivation to do something about it.
- You feel the need to do something that breaks your routine, something exciting. Maybe take a break from work to read a book or go sky diving. But in the end, you choose to talk yourself out of it.
- Feelings of overthinking, worry, and fear that you would have done things differently.
But don’t worry.
There are ways to start living in abundance again without having to feel guilty or tormented about every decision you make.
It’s time to take control of your destiny.
1. Identify Your Abundance Blocks
Abundance blocks are limiting beliefs that hold you back than ever moving forward to the life you want to live.
It hinders the natural flow of blessings for you because you feel you don’t deserve it.
This is a wound that I have formed since my childhood. Here are common abundance blocks:
- I am not enough.
- I don’t deserve good things.
- I don’t deserve love.
- I am not worthy.
- I can’t trust money.
- I can’t trust anyone.
Once you know what is holding you back, you can think about how you can overcome or rise above it.
2. Focus On Gratitude
Practicing gratitude can help balance this fear of life’s more chaotic moments.
Gratitude allows you to find calm and presence in the storm.
Fear and gratitude cannot exist at the same moment; they are energetic opposites.
And when you focus on gratitude, you attract more good things.
Gratitude calms and calms the scary stories in your head by focusing on what is now in the present, instead of jumping ahead in a panic to a fear-based future that doesn’t exist yet.
3. Believe that you have an Extraordinary Life
Why do you do?
It may not be what you envisioned (yet) but believe that you will get there.
Live a life full of joy. Don’t forget to do things that make you happy.
Sure, you can work hard and focus all your time saving for this or that.
But give yourself time.
Make time for the things that bring excitement and passion to your life.
You have an extraordinary life… it’s time to live it and enjoy it, don’t you think?