Let's pretend that, with one wave of a wand, whatever you need to be perfect in your world becomes so. That sounds ideal, doesn't it? But in truth, it's far from ideal. If something were perfect, it would have to remain as it is forever. The fact that something is far from perfect in your eyes offers tremendous scope to make it precisely what you want or need it to be.
Sometimes, when we're lost, there are benefits to going around in circles. Often, our instincts are spot on when they tell us that we're close to a destination but are missing that one essential exit. So, try not to resent what may feel repetitive or mechanical in your world now. It helps to make crystal clear a particular direction you must head. The really good news is, you're so close to spotting it!
Although something needs handling with care, that doesn't mean it needs a cushion of worry! In other words, be 'confidently careful.' It's also important that you don't see what you're embarking upon as a tightrope walker who daren't look down for a millisecond due to being convinced of failure. Instead, keep your eye on a specific prize. If you continue taking small, calculated steps, then all will be fine.
'You're only kidding yourself!' Such words are usually said to someone with an unrealistic view or grasp of a situation. It's worse when we say those words to ourselves, especially when unfounded doubts fuel them. You may need to summon and apply patience to make progress in a particular area now. But don't convince yourself that you're not pursuing something worthy - and realistically.
It's interesting how people who excel at talking often promise plenty but deliver little. Of course, anybody can offer criticism, condemn, or complain. That's easy and unimaginative. But it takes an exceptional individual to speak up and persuade others that a change they fear bringing is needed. So, where you've sensed a change is overdue, take a brave and far-reaching step now to instigate it.
Yes, the company we keep helps shape us and can play an important part in our success. But if we banished anybody we saw as negative, we'd soon be very lonely. You could receive helpful insights now into who supports you and who may be more of a hampering or an unhelpful influence. But even someone who fits the latter bill has positive qualities to draw upon if you're willing to look for them.
Sometimes, when we call a technical support line to assist with a problem, we want to be reassured we're speaking with someone who understands our issue and has solved it many times previously. But there is, of course, that long, annoying wait before we receive such advice. The universe has received your support request. Guidance is coming. Just try to be as patient as you can until it arrives.
Nobody disputes the fact that everyone on planet Earth is unique. It's also true that interesting people tend to find themselves in interesting and intriguing situations. But unique circumstances you might be dealing with now may be so unfamiliar that you struggle to gain the understanding you need from one or two people. But you can also trust that the direction your heart sends you toward will undoubtedly be the right one.
All too often, we resent or become frustrated at what's confusing. We often see it as unfair when questions outnumber answers, and our efforts to bring more answers result only in raising more questions! We want instant, obvious solutions these days. But it's also rare that confusion doesn't precede clarity. Whatever might be confusing in your world now promises to be clearer very soon.
A storm in a teacup, as the old saying goes, is still a source of disruption, chaos, or turbulence. But there's something about the perspective from which we see It that makes it more manageable and less worrying. It's that kind of perspective you look set to gain regarding a matter you believe to be more serious or significant than it is. Seeing it in the right way takes you halfway to finally resolving it.
Might there be benefits to putting yourself in someone else's shoes before offering an opinion or a helpful insight? You could have the advantage by being able to draw upon experience-based wisdom to provide assistance. But you may need to accept that somebody's circumstances aren't the same as what you dealt with previously. Before stepping in, try to see something from their perspective.
Take a moment to assess where you are. By that, I don't mean physically. Look at the progress you've made since the end of last year in a particular area. It could be by looking at how far you've come that you're able to now see potential where you didn't see it previously. You can trust that things are about to get even better, too!