No matter what the reality may be, 2 things are to note: 1) shit could always be worse and 2) you still have a choice in perspective.
This choice is where the 2 paths come in.
Choose a path of victim mentality – why me, what did I do to deserve this, this always happens, am I a bad person, life’s not fair, etc. etc.
Or, choose a path of survivorship and view every event, no matter how difficult or undesirable it may be, as an opportunity to learn, grow, and move closer to achieving our goals and living the life we desire and deserve.
Both choices take the same amount of energy and effort upfront to make but I argue victim mentality takes more time and energy, and sometime money, in the long run.
The further down the victim route we go, the more deep rooted those neurological firing and connections set it as we think the same thoughts on a regular basis and create the chemical response known as an emotion, and then take similar action to create this experience all over again on a daily basis further cementing us into this undesirable emotional and physical experience.
I encourage the choice of a survivor as it’s worth the energy and effort for the long game. Sacrificing time, energy, money, etc. is always a must in order to achieve more in our lives.
The way we choose to sacrifice things in our life is our choice and is one built on deep rooted subconscious programming.
Sometimes this programming isn’t what we want to fuel how we think and act, but often we don’t know any better or know that there’s an alternative route.
That’s my goal in all I do and share.
Show you all what I’ve learned and implemented, proving we can create the reality we desire despite where we start.
Seeing all the “bad” in your life and the world is a choice because there’s enough “good” happening if we want to find it.
Josh P. 💚🧠✌️