So Want To
Embrace It More
I recently read something about embracing impermanence and wanted to know more about the definition of impermanence!
- At peace with your life and that everything has a time and place.
- Holding on versus letting go.
- Releasing what no longer serves you.
- A constant state of flux.
- That time passes on no matter what happens!
Impermanence gets me thinking about birth, aging and experiencing loss. It gets me thinking about developing, learning and growth. It gets me thinking about changes and transitions. With that comes gaining life experiences!
Impermanence gets me thinking about abundance and richness in my life and in living my life. It gets me thinking about quality versus quantity. It gets me thinking about motivations and passions that ignite my whole being. Basically doing what I love and doing it with joy, happiness and pleasure!
Impermanence gets me thinking about the choices and decisions that I can make every day. It gets me thinking about what I want to share with myself as well as other people. It gets me thinking about communication, interaction and connection. Basically finding that balance that keeps me grounded and gives me purpose!
How I Embrace Impermanence Already
For me self-love is not being selfish! I need to make myself and my whole being a priority. I need to take time for myself and my needs. I am learning that if I give to myself I get what I really need in my life!
For me self-worth is about valuing myself and who I truly am as a person! This includes my beliefs, my passions, my connections, my loves, my experiences, etc.
For me self-confidence is about being a force of energy! Especially when it comes to going after what I want, especially my desires and my dreams. For me self-confidence is about learning to listen to my inner voice and my heart way more than I already do! I do struggle with rejection, especially if I take it personal. For me self-confidence is about liking myself! I need to love myself as well as forgive myself. I need to care about what I think plain and simple!
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