Tap into your purpose, even if it is a slight glimmer that you see when you are experiencing a down day or in a slump. Feed you thoughts with your passions and potential. Feel how loved you are and know you are important. It will help you get back up and keep trying when you remember your infinite worth and start fueling yourself with your passion again.
Life is what you make it. You can dwell on the bad and think about all that went wrong. Or you can make a choice to turn your thoughts to pushing forward, utilizing the tools you are learning to heal and replenish. Your thoughts about yourself and life is your mindset; take care of that and be sure to think the best of yourself and believe in yourself.
What is your greatest source of light and strength? Take time to discover it. When you find what truly feeds your soul beyond your own power, tap into it often. Knowing what your center of strength is and embracing it, fills your soul up with healing and light. You have everything in you to overcome, and there are resources to help you move forward. Tap into both.
What you think about, comes about. The mind can achieve what it sees. Take time to envision what is possible, what will be, what can be, what good you will do. Envision the right people coming into place to put things in motion for you to live your purpose and passion. Your vision and how you see yourself, even the future, is what ignites it coming into fruition.
Claiming where you are right now and being present with what has happened in no way means you are stuck here, in this pain. What happened to you does not define you, how you move forward does. This is part of your journey and as you push forward, you will inspire others to do the same. You will be liberated when you see your potential and live your purpose.
Laughter is important. Try to look for humor in all situations. Avoid negative people and choose to surround yourself with those who have positive attitudes. If you can’t avoid negative people, minimize your time spent with them.
Be conscious of sadness, crankiness, or problems with sleep, appetite, feelings of despair, lack of motivation and low energy. Social isolation can also lead to depression. Feelings of depression are common during this time. Talk to your doctor.
We repeat, there is nothing wrong with insisting on a second opinion. It is in your best interest to have confirmation of your diagnosis and another opinion on the treatment options. Not all doctors read and interpret test results or treatment protocols the same.