Inner Growth Thought of the Day: Making Peace With Hurt From The Heart
When hurt takes place it is very impactful and not always in a way that brings our best foot forward. This is why making peace with it from the heart is extremely important if you’re going to reach your unlimited potential and inner harmony consistently in time.
As you pursue an inner growth journey you get to start gaining knowledge to you that helps you decipher your hurt from your inner core, this clarity gets you to know what’s going on when in the moment you have certain emotional reactions. Knowledge is power and as you raise your consciousness of your inner core and become aware of the emotional reactions in a way that allows you to categorize, you are ready to go that step further and choose from the heart how to transform this hurt, what works from your inner core to bring peace to it completely so that you may use it as the experience it was meant to be, an inner growth experience and your opportunity to choose from the heart consciously with your inner core in the forefront.
Here are some ways to make peace with hurt from the heart through inner growth as a journey and mindset that you choose to use along your day-to-day or in the moment; basically, wherever you see fit to reach your unlimited potential in life (long-term, not just momentarily).
- Any hurt you have experienced, and experience, is what you want to look at with the intent to make peace with it from the heart for your own well-being. Choose one hurt at a time to explore and bring to it a positive that came from the experience. Also allow the hurt to express itself, while bringing to it the appreciation for what you got to learn through the experience.
- Explore the doubts that come about as you pursue your heart-felt purpose-driven goals, projects, and actions. This will enable you to understand the hurts that come from not having social validation. With this gained awareness, you then can bring forth love (peace from the heart) to the gained self-leadership role you are acquiring thanks to the absence of (not having) social validation instead of being hurt by it (and holding on to hurt in your heart).
- At the end of every year look back to how making peace with hurt from the heart affected your well-being and your day-to-day actions. Write down two to three things about this experience and keep these handy for the next hurt you meet along the way in the new year.
Your turn – Share your inner growth thought of the day, a sentence, life examples, or action steps you take with new beginnings 😊