Perhaps you thought the job you just interviewed was the perfect job for you and you didn’t get it. Maybe you’ve been dating who you felt was ‘the one’ to be disappointed that he/she wasn’t. Anytime you have a dream and are working towards it, it’s natural to be disappointed, frustrated, and even angry that it didn’t work out the way you thought it should.
Know that it is absolutely okay to be disappointed when something doesn’t turn out the way you want. Allow that disappointment to visit, just don’t invite it to move in. Feel it, process it, and then get back on the train to living the life of our dreams filled with deeper love, laughter, and happiness by seeing that contradicting experience as an opportunity to refine your vision. You now have an even clearer picture of what that perfect job, relationship, etc. is for you as the ending of the last one offers you the opportunity to see what didn’t work.
For the next week I invite you to board your love train by:
Seeing you are worthy of living a happy, healthy, and abundant life. When something doesn’t turn out the way you want, process it and know there is another opportunity better suited for you coming when you choose to look for it.
Holding on to the general vision of how you want to feel in the job, relationship, etc. which allows it to come in grander ways than how you can see it coming.
Forgiving the reason it derailed including forgiving yourself knowing every experience allows us the opportunity to become our best selves.
Mostly my wish for you is a week filled with deep knowing that every experience, the good the bad, the happy the sad, the loving and fearful, are all aligned to support you in being your best self.
Until next time, join me on the love train to living life fully.
~ Dr. Suess
“Efforts and courage are not enough without purpose and direction”
~ John F. Kennedy
“If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours.”
~ Henry David Thoreau