If there’s one thing I’ve learned about myself it’s as soon as I let go of something I want, only then is it starting to come to me. Also learning how to accept the unacceptable helps too. My mission for this mindset coaching article is to provide some insight on how to do that.
My One Word for 2019 just so happens to be the word Accept. Because of that word I have gotten to a point in my life to accept each day as if it’s the best day of my life. After doing that it seems as the pain, suffering, guilt, and predictable past goes away. Getting to that level of acceptance for each moment of every day is being at a constant point of awareness.
That awareness knows no bounds of time, environment, or things. There is no emotion tied to the current moment. If that awareness slips simply verbalize a phrase such as “change”. That will be a physical anchor to keep the conscious mind in the highest state of awareness.
When I started to create The 365 WOD Journey I wanted to help the world. Pleading with everyone I knew to spread the word and give an At Will OfferingAt Will Offering to keep this going. After I accepted the fact that the definition of the world is me I was happy that there was one person other than me on this Journey. This Journey works for me and that’s all I need it to work for. However, it’s been working for WAY more than I even know.
Learning how to accept the unacceptable is not easy. Because it means the way you currently live has to die. Thinking beyond your current life, habits and overall being can be daunting. Therefore people simply stay small. If you’re one hundred percent happy that’s amazing. Something tells me you’re not because you’re still reading.
Truth be told, at this very moment of writing I’m not one hundred percent happy either. It’s taken me all of 2019 to write these articles. 2015 is when I started writing them. The daily challenge has been to write something that brings value to you, the reader. The last 20 articles have been straight from my heart. This comes back to belong the world.
Except it’s not the world I expected to help. I’ve been helping my “world” with what it needs. All I’ve been doing is sharing what I’ve been doing, thinking, feeling and believing. Being the person I need to be for me has been a massive game changer.
There are many days of thought provoking memories of my past that I have allowed to derail my progress. However, the foundation of my changes have been the WODs. Movement is simple. We complicate the crap of it. Once you get past a certain number of days in a row, you’ll soon forget what it feels like to not workout.
That’s how you accept the unacceptable. By thinking beyond your current views and beliefs of life is a very powerful way to change your life. Another amazing way is to keep thinking and mentally rehearsing your dream and purpose. Daily reflection os massive. Daily practice is too. That’s what the WODs are for.
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How To Accept The Unacceptable | Workout Of The Day (WOD) #355 | Legs, Core, And Cardio
Warm Up- 5 Minutes Cardio
- Wall Sit – Hold For 1 Minute
- Sit-Ups / Crunches – Go For 1 Minute
- Plank Knee To Elbow – Go For 1 Minute
Cool Down – 5 Deep Breaths In Each Pose – Down Dog, Child’s Pose, Up Dog Pose, Down Dog Pose
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