Addressing the Stoicism approach, the way to find calm is not to insist that bad things don’t happen. They can and do happen all the time – maybe not exactly in the way that we always imagine them. In other words, picture the worst, push your worries to their limits and see what you might have left: it might not be pretty, but it might – in its way – be OK.
Many of us are wandering the earth, accomplished in many ways, capable of fulfillment at points, but with a fundamental wound that stops us from becoming who we might be: we don’t quite know who we are. It isn’t, of course, that we can’t remember the basics of our biographies. We’re unsure around two things in particular: we don’t have a stable sense of what we are worth, and we don’t have a secure hold on our own values or judgments. Read along to know the underrated but the strongest quality one can have effortlessly.
Most family systems exhibit some dysfunction somewhere. It's up to us to change the 'Generational narratives'. Studying your family tree can enable you to free yourself from inherited patterns that no longer serve you. Your ancestors and descendants celebrate every time you do the work. Wherever life plants you, bloom with grace. Be the person who breaks the cycle. Remember to be gentle with yourself. Laugh and be unshakable!