Would you coach them to dwell in it? Or gloss over it? Or complain about it?
None of the above, instead I say, “Bring it on.”
It’s leaning into the inevitable.
It’s facing the storm.
It’s strengthening your very soul before doubt can take hold as a way of being.
You bring your attention to what is in front of you, so you can take deliberate action.
You don’t pretend that something or someone could be different or better. You are a conscious being. You see clearly now, and that is what allows you to say, “Bring it.” Bring it now, not later. Now.
You are responsible for your intent and actions. Make both conscious acts of faith in yourself. What you focus on will grow. If you focus on doubt identify the intention of your doubt. What does it serve? Is it telling you to steer clear of an obstacle? Is it telling you to pay attention?
I say that doubt is not here to make you feel worthless! It’s here for you to use. Use it to wake-up, don’t let doubt use you to immobilize your game.
The result is you’ll surprise yourself. No doubt you’ve already put in the time and your game has evolved. You have evolved. Refinements continue to happen. You are on “the learning curve of evolution”, and see more easily what you may have missed before. And you keep playing, and you win.
So when the temptation is to hide, feel bad, wonder how you got to this dark place of self-doubt again, face it.
When it’s fear, face it.
When it’s a relationship fading, face it.
When it’s that last 10 pounds, face it.
When it’s aging, face it.
When it’s a job that’s changing, face it.
This is actually what you have been asking for, the opportunity to wake up.
So rewire self-doubt today, and say: Bring it on!
My love goes with you as you work with this Uplifting Moment.
Recommended reading: Along The Path To Enlightenment: 365 Daily Reflections by David R. Hawkins