Resistance is something I live with every day. It’s like a chronic illness. For me resistance keeps me from doing the things that I really want to do. The things I know are really good for me. I have created an inner barrier that sabotages my own efforts. Why does this happen?
There are many reasons all of us live with resistance here are a few.
Fear, maybe be don’t want to know the truth or are fearful of become uncomfortable with self-knowledge. Fear of the unknown, not realizing the need for a change, maintaining an old habit. Those are just a few reasons.
Resistance is part of the human condition. No one really likes change or makes changes quickly.
Rather, resistance to change can disappear in a very natural way. Examining ourselves is a deep way will cause change to happen painlessly, automatically, organically. Uncovering, unblending, undoing what we have always done is the catalyst for positive, dramatic change in tiny steps.
Take the time to objectively look at your own beliefs and actions. Why are you believing those beliefs, why are you taking those actions. Are these beliefs learned somewhere along your life or are they your own? Are the actions you are taking in your comfort zone, why?
Ask these questions in a non judgmental way so your inner life trusts you to reveal the information you need.
Examining resistance is a life long self-care action. You are meant to progress not stand still.