How To Overcome Sh*t.

We all know by now that sh*t happens. Sh*t does not discriminate. Sh*t can be fate driven or self-inflicted. Many people experience the same sh*t over and over. Is this really necessary? I say no. Learn why...
We all know by now that sh*t happens. Sh*t does not discriminate. Sh*t can be fate driven or self-inflicted. It can and will happen randomly to everyone, everywhere. Whether it happens for a reason or not can seem irrelevant at the time. It is still sh*t to deal with.

In retrospect, we have perspective to see what effect the fall out may have been from sh*t on personal levels be it mental, physical, spiritual or any sort of these types of combinations.

Many people experience the same sh*t over and over. Is this really necessary? I say no.


Learn From Your Sh*t

If you are a smart person with regard to personal improvements in mind, you can actually learn from sh*t be it good or bad (yes, there are types of GOOD sh*t as well as bad). Right now we are going to deal with how to get through the "bad" sh*t. Sometimes the greatest rewards arrive after overcoming the largest obstacles.

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I remember the wise words of Carol, a good friend of mine on chemotherapy who has since passed away as she cheerfully advised a group of us, "when walking through the gates of Hell, don't stop."

Remember, the laws of the pendulum must swing equally to the right as to the left. The harder or sh*ttier the lesson, the same strength of gain must become available.

Getting good at dealing with sh*t includes getting to experience a greater capacity for resilience or deflection of sh*t the more it happens.

Dealing properly with sh*t requires energy, thought and effort. This is why tough issues and lessons become such an opportunity to learn about ones self. The outcome of lessons learned, failed or attempted can be of great use for information on how to more efficiently handle sh*t when similar sh*tty issues arise in the future.

Of fundamental importance in learning from sh*t requires asking yourself the right question(s) and finding a workable answer. This simple thought process is designed to create space in your life for new personal awareness and information.


How Is Sh*t Affecting You?

Sit with yourself and contemplate the situation honestly to get to the base issue.

What exactly is this sh*t that this is affecting your life?

Try Putting One Short Sentence Together:

    I feel _________ when _________.

    (Fill in the blanks)

For the first blank use easy words like mad, sad, afraid. For the second blank put the sh*tty issue into words. For best results, do not place judgment or blame into this sentence. Be as objective, unemotional and honest as possible when choosing your feelings.

To work through this, you must first come up with the feeling. Then you can get to the question of "why". When you can get to the answer, you can start in the right direction or future positive progress.

If you sincerely don't know, this is a chance to learn something new about yourself and the way you desire to lead your life.

Remember, if you want something you've never had, you must do something you've never done.

Experience has shown us that human nature has a tendency not to fully appreciate what comes too easily or without some effort. We tend not to appreciate such natural things as the air we breathe, our own heartbeat, etc ... If nothing else, the experience of sh*t happening teaches us to appreciate the simple things in life. We can all at least appreciate the absence of ill placed sh*t.

"... if you want something you've never had, you must do something you've never done."

There is a better way to deal with bad sh*t if you really want to find it. You can decide to break away and build the person you want to be at any moment. Discover yourself.

Love,
Brenda

Light

Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate,
Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.
It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us.
We ask ourselves;
Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous?
Actually, who are you not to be?
You are a child of GOD.
Your playing small does not serve the world.
There's nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won't feel secure around you. We are born to make manifest the glory of GOD that is within us.
It is not just in some of us; it's in everyone.
And as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people the permission to do the same.
As we are liberated from our fear, our presence automatically liberates others.

Nelson Mandela - 1994 Inaugural Speech