Empowering emotions to take action - Social Buddha

Empowering emotions to take action

Empowering emotions to take actionEmpowering emotions to take action

Empowering emotions to take action – For most of us taking action comes hard, especially with the things we’re “supposed” to do that would create the life we want. Many of the excuses come in the form of fearful thoughts and emotions.   Such as “what if this doesn’t work?”, “what if I look like a fool doing it?” and many others.

So, you might be asking yourself, what’s the key that differentiates someone who constantly takes action. Regardless of the fears and doubts.  It is easy to impose some supernatural traits to the people who are constantly moving forward.  Making things happen.  The truth is, it all comes down to habits.  Both internal and external ones. One important habit that will propel you forward is reframing.  The focus here being reframing your emotions.

It is very important that you relax into your discomfort when it comes to change, the unknown and anything that creates the emotion of fear or stress. Also, it is fundamental that you not only relax into these emotions but use them to empower you. How? Change your perspective about them.

Instead of the usual story you tell yourself about fear, stress and how overwhelmed you feel – tell yourself a different story that empowers you. It could be something like “I’m always moving forward and using all my challenges as opportunities. I love challenging my potential every day by taking action towards my goals as my fear turns to excitement and my doubt to confidence. I love it!” Basically, these emotions that you experience are just chemical reactions in your body; they are not fear, doubt or anger etc. You have just been taught to label them this way. This very moment is the time to choose to label your emotions another way and adapt an empowering perspective that moves you into action. You can change the way you see anger and so many other emotions that have been destructive to you in your past, in order to bring peace into it. Anger can for example be a teacher to help you learn tolerance and acceptance. Again, it is up to you how you choose the meaning of your emotions but make sure they’re bringing happiness, love and success into your life!

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