There always be moments where life will throw curveballs at you. There always be moments where you will have to walk your talk and talk your walk. There always be moments when things you wish you desire to have appeared to be miles away. There always be moments when life will not make sense. There always be moments like this and more, and you will find yourself doing the should, could, would upon yourself.
So here are few things that I had to do yesterday when I felt life was not making sense a whole lot.
Step 1 – I observed it gently spiraling me down to not a good place in my mind. Often this will happen in your mind space first. That is a good point where nipping it in the bud may be helpful.
Step 2 – I choose to move my energies by shifting my mind from sitting in one place to an active space. Although luckily, it was almost dinner time, I decided to made it fit. So I grabbed my camera, got in my car, and off I went.
Step 3 – I treated myself (my way to say it is okay) with a delicious dinner. While picking up my food, I realized that I did not leave a gratuity for the person who helped me during my last visit. However, I made an effort to make do of this, and I was able to. It was not a random act of kindness, yet it made me at peace.
Step 4 – Nature is the best medicine when you wish to become an observer. So that is what I did. Nature will show you how things change at a moment’s notice, and sometimes they progress very slowly. Nonetheless, change is inevitable.
Step 5 – The Sunset transitioned from grey and cloudy to the cloudy and somewhat clear to AWESOME sunset color show in the sky. People started to arrive to watch the sunset and pets too. In their voices, you could hear the excitement of the ever-changing colors show of the evening. (you can see for yourself through my image captures)
Step 6 – I felt better. I hold my vibration and continue to feel better. My state of mind was different as compared to when I arrived. I accepted my point of reality and returned home. “The ability to be in the present moment is a major component of mental wellness.” — Abraham Maslow.
I end this with an inspiring quote, “You’ll seldom experience regret for anything that you’ve done. It is what you haven’t done that will torment you. The message, therefore, is clear. Do it! Develop an appreciation for the present moment. Seize every second of your life and savor it.” ― Wayne Dyer.
This morning, I have a perspective. I have a thought process that suffices my current journey and supports me. Little steps that I will take will help me determine the next steps. Similarly, these steps are constantly evolving, shifting, changing, modifying, and being flexible. But, again, this applies to everyone universally.