And I am not saying that we should not do that. I am bringing up this topic because I have realised that amidst all this we get trapped in a never ending loop of trivial improvements. I have been planning to write a series of articles and have come up with some unique ideas. But I have yet not completed even one of them.
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Because I think that I must give more time to them so that I can make them perfect. Something which everyone will value and something which will help people in some way or the other in the most optimal way possible. I always thought of reaching the global maxima.
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But guess what? There is no such global maxima. But when I gave it a little thought about it recently, I came up with this idea of perfections in imperfections. Probably after reading it in one of the books or any online articles I have been reading lately. If we are not going to change our attitude, we are never gonna publish any of those ideas , articles or short stories which we have always wanted to share with the world.
We would never be able to write that dream book or be able to create the Youtube channel.
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We would never think yourself capable enough of joining the great company we have dreamt of, or we will never be able to step out of our comfort zone and work on the absurd start-up idea which we think has the capability to take over the world. This perfection attitude is responsible for the lag in our life. We need to leave this behind if we want to rise above the mediocre and actually do something rather than just thinking of doing something.
Remember, there is no end or destination. The world is full of endless possibilities and hence it is absurd to chase the perfect destination. You will never reach there. Because it does not exist. True Happiness lies in the journey, the imperfect journey. Remember there is no finish line in the real world. You must just keep moving. With this, I end here. It subdues us and holds us back.
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It tells us that we have to be special to be worthwhile. We lose touch with the tactile, feeling, tumultuous roller coaster of real life.
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Instead, we are in our own heads, failing to connect with other people, places and experiences that make our moments worthwhile. A friend of mine was invited on a getaway by her boyfriend of a few months. She was excited, but a few minutes into their long drive to the mountains, her critical inner voice started in on her.
Then, stepping out of the car, she felt a rush of cold, crisp air. She noticed they were surrounded by snow. It was beautiful. She realized that her self-critical thoughts had left her missing out on everything from a lively conversation with her boyfriend to the stunning scenery. It was a wake-up call that gave her the insight necessary to silence her inner critic. Though it got stronger at first, like a child throwing a tantrum to get its way, eventually, the voice grew quiet, and she stopped noticing it altogether.
This is the approach we must all take against our inner critic. Hopefully as you get older, you start to learn how to live with your demon.
Some people give their demon so much room that there is no space in their head for love. They feed their demon, and it gets really strong, and then it makes them stay in abusive relationships or starve their beautiful bodies. But sometimes, you get a little older and get a little bored of the demon. Through good therapy and friends and self-love you can practice treating the demon like a hacky, annoying cousin.
Though actively ignoring and taking actions against your demon will initially make its voice louder and you more anxious, it is the only way to ultimately silence this critic. As one of the leaders in interpersonal neurobiology Dr. Daniel Siegel says, the only appropriate attitude to have toward yourself is to be curious, open, accepting and loving.
musa.befollowed.net/profiles/fivemawur/diw-non-vedo.php This attitude is what makes change possible. Life is filled with a wide array of emotions including pain. However, living in the moment does ensure us a more lively existence. The present moment is all we have. Think of how we tune out or numb ourselves in an effort to avoid whatever we would think or feel if we let ourselves be right where we are. Most of us engage in behaviors that numb us in an effort to avoid sadness. Yet, sadness carries with it many benefits. It makes us feel rich, full and alive to feel our sadness.
It has a rejuvenating effect that grows our capacity for happiness. When you try to kill off a part of yourself, you lose more of yourself than you think. The fear that motivates us to avoid deeper feeling frequently leaves us dulled, anxious and miserable instead. We must learn to take the focus off ourselves and to look for meaning in our experiences. This still means setting goals, but it also means enjoying the journey.
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