Organizing: The Power Lies in Your Response

the value of todayWhat have you created in your life? What do you want to create in your life? Are you organizing yourself around those activities and events? The power in organizing what you want lies in your response to life events.

There is much in life that is beyond your control. Many circumstances just are what they are. You may be able to influence them, or you may not. You may need to accept them as is.

The responsibility, power, freedom — and the flexibility — lies in what you choose as your response.

Often, when I’m helping people with organizing themselves physically, it temporarily disrupts their emotional and mental states. They become overwhelmed, sad, or irritable and frustrated. I help them work through those blocks in their thoughts, and upsets in their emotions. I help them remember that what has happened is not as important as how they respond in this very moment.

It comes down to this: You can complain, you can ignore it, you can accept it and leave it as it is, or you can be positive and do something about it (whatever it is).

You can take some constructive actions and play the hand you have been dealt as well as you can. This is how you increase your flexibility and exercise your freedom. In doing this, things that might appear random can take on new meaning. When you’re challenged, and as you go about organizing yourself to create new activities and events, there can be insights discovered, purpose found, and opportunities for growth and expansion. 

If you’re feeling overwhelmed, remember, you don’t have to go it alone. Listen to your inner guide and ask for direction. You’ll find it. Seek out people who “get your wavelength” and bring you the necessary support and understanding. Learn to be positive and you’ll attract more positives.

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