Honor Your Path

June 25th, 2014 by admin in Uncategorized
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Photo by Trey Ratcliff

Photo by Trey Ratliff

Is there something you want in your life?

Do you have a goal (or many goals)?

Is there a behavior or situation you want to change?

Being in the present and acknowledging your present situation is so important. Sometimes it’s hard. The present can be painful or full of uncertainty. Your present may include grief or anger or discontent. Your present may feel very far from your goal or the change you want to create.

If you are feeling stuck, take a moment and look at where you’ve come from. This is different than dwelling in the past. This is not the high school quarterback who is pining for his youth. Looking at where you came from (while honoring your present) can highlight how far you have come.

Imagine a a long journey, if you only look at where you are going (and how far away it feels) you can feel discouraged. Don’t forget how far you’ve come.

As you honor your present and acknowledge your past, can you also envision your future? Where are you headed? Without a goal or a vision it is easy to feel stuck. What do you want?

Imagine your goal is to run 5 miles. When you started you could only run 1 mile. Now you can run 3. If you don’t look at where you came from you might be discouraged by the 3 miles, you might be hyper-focused on the 5 mile goal and forget to celebrate the 3 miles. However, If you forget that the goal is to run 5 miles you might just settle for the 3 miles you can run.You might lose focus and settle for less than what you truly want.

As you move toward change, ask yourself where you came from and where you are headed. As we move toward the midpoint of 2014, now is a good time to check in with yourself. What do you want this year? Where have you grown? How have you changed? Where are you headed?

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3 Responses to “Honor Your Path”

  1. Jay Says:


    tnx for info!!…

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