Spring: The time of new growth. Are you ready to bloom?

Tamra MerciecaMental HealthLeave a Comment

Spring is the time of new growth – we see this all around us as buds yawn open into the most beautiful flowers.

So let me ask you: Do you feel like you’re magnificence is blossoming, or is the shade cloth stopping you from growing?

If you’re withering behind the garden shed, then ask yourself why you’re not giving yourself permission to bloom.

From my experience it comes down to having a subconscious garden filled with weeds and excuses.

That’s generally why people don’t get the harvest you’d like.

You see, our childhood conditioning creates weeds of self-sabotage and self-doubt.

We know we need to water the seeds of self, yet we put it off, coming up with excuses about not having enough time, not enough money, not enough self-discipline.

Well when will it be the right time?

When will you have enough money?

Will there actually come a day where you have the self-drive?

Or is it simply a case of getting in there and starting now?

That’s right, giving up the excuses and reasons as to why you can’t make your life new and inspiring right now.

Whether it’s doing as we do at Getting Naked Pty Ltd and finally enrolling in our Remarkable Relationships 3-month online course so you can pull out your weeds and plant some flowers, or starting that exercise regime you’ve been putting off since forever, stop thinking about it, and get out there and do it.

I chat to countless people wanting change, constantly complaining about how life is dull and dreary or causing them pain instead of pleasure.

Yet they let life get in the way and stop them taking the necessary steps to turn things around.

Self-renewal happens from making a conscious decision to commit to yourself, so you can lay your own bed of thorn-less roses and enjoy a life of health and happiness as you wander through your self-built garden.

Stop giving the weeds room to grow and instead commit to doing whatever to takes to plant a garden of beauty.

As Rudyard Kipling once said: ‘Gardens are not made by singing “Oh, how beautiful” and sitting in the shade.

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