Inner Growth Exercise of The Day 44 – Overcoming Confusion With Unconditional Love

Exploring overcoming confusion with unconditional love; why this makes the difference in finding answers to your confusion in a way that puts you at peace long-term and gets you to find your inner core answers to the confusion itself; how inner growth sets you on a path to overcome confusion thanks to the focus it gets you to take, a focus that goes within, to your inner core, and that gets you to seek out the learning components to any life experience that heads your way; & how the inner harmony that comes from unconditional love leads you to face any moment of confusion with a lightness that reminds you in the moment that everything will be alright, that you’ve got this, and that life’s got you.

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February 13

Inner Growth Exercise of the Day: Overcoming Confusion With Unconditional Love

 

Exploring overcoming confusion with unconditional love; why this makes the difference in finding answers to your confusion in a way that puts you at peace long-term and gets you to find your inner core answers to the confusion itself; how inner growth sets you on a path to overcome confusion thanks to the focus it gets you to take, a focus that goes within, to your inner core, and that gets you to seek out the learning components to any life experience that heads your way; & how the inner harmony that comes from unconditional love leads you to face any moment of confusion with a lightness that reminds you in the moment that everything will be alright, that you’ve got this, and that life’s got you.

 

Tune in to the Inspiring Human Potential podcast on Anchor to hear about the topic 😊

 

Your Inner Growth Exercise of The Day depending on where you are in your journey:

 

  1. Inner Growth Exercise for Beginners: When you’re faced with confusion take a step back before making any decisions and start a list of things that deal with this confused moment. List your feelings, your doubts, the external components involved, and anything else that stands out.  For everything you list write about what feels in sync with you and what doesn’t.  The disconnected areas are what you want to further explore and identify if the disconnect is associated to lack of self-trust and/or due to the external’s expectations of you.

 

  1. Inner Growth Exercise for Intermediate: As long as you hold on to control you will feel weight in experiences of confusion. For this reason, the first thing you want to notice as you are experiencing confusion is what feelings arise within and/or on that physical level like for example, felling tense or lighthearted or weighed down, and so on.  For every feeling you list, find the control, self-trust and/or fear components. Next to each place an aspect of unconditional love for you, your inner core, for life and trust in life, and in pursuit of the things you hold dear and near to your heart.

 

  1. Inner Growth Exercise for Advanced: As soon as you get the time to ponder over an experience of confusion, write about how your expanded view at this point in your journey allowed you to see the lessons behind the moment and also write about how you processed the state of confusion. This exploration (processing the feelings) may not be a one time journal entry due to the fact that working through things requires its unique time, so don’t think it odd if you come back to this experience of confusion with more to add later on from when the event took place.

 

Your turn – Share your experience with your inner growth exercise of the day depending on where you are in your journey😊

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