The price of freedom is the release of the old self-concept that is holding you in bondage and limitation.
When you change the way you see yourself and the world, you change the self and the world you see.
We see the world as we are, not as it is.
And we are what we believe we are – no more, no less.
The problem is that we falsely believe that some emptiness or lack exists in us, and that we can fill it with our own ideas, instead of truth.
Healing occurs when one rises above the initial construct that the issue was created in, so that it no longer has power.
Yet, no expansion or evolution can take place without change, and periods of change are not always comfortable.
Change involves challenging what is familiar to us and daring to question our traditional needs for safety, comfort, and control.
This is often perceived as a painful experience.
Becoming familiar with this pain is part of your growth.
“Even though you may not actually like the feelings of inner disturbance, you must be able to sit quietly inside and face them if you want to see where they come from. Once you can face your disturbances, you will realise that there is a layer of pain seated deep in the core of your heart. This pain is so uncomfortable, so challenging, and so destructive to the individual self, that your entire life is spent avoiding it. Your entire personality is built upon ways of being, thinking, acting, and believing that were developed to avoid this pain”, The Untethered Soul
And the best, simplest tool to use to get there, is the practice called Mindfulness.
That was a sample taken from the course, Radical Mindfulness Made Simple in 5 Easy Steps.