Research shows that the number one regret people have when their final days in this lifetime arrives is that they lived a life that everyone else wanted for them.
What stops a person from living their own authentic life: listening to other peoples’ opinions, choices, preferences, rather than your own AND fear. Fear of failure, fear of success, fear of disappointing another, fear of not being good enough, fear of not knowing what one’s purpose or passion in life is, fear of taking a risk…
And for some, it is simply that life just happened to them.
When you face your fear, walk through it… you create a life that is authentically yours, and many experience: A positive mood lifting… feeling of bliss…. gratitude
When you live a life of intentional adventure, the experiences you have created a sense of Ineffability, where the feeling can’t be put into words… the experience is beyond language.
When you face your fear… step outside of your comfort zone… transformative change can occur.
New perspectives can open up, and you can experience change.
So many of us think the problem is that we have not yet found our life purpose or our passion, but what if the truth is your life purpose is … to love your life.
When the mind, body, and soul are aligned we experience EASE, when they are out of alignment we experience DIS-EASE
When my last day on this earth comes, I want to be able to say that I have loved this life of mine. I stood on the edge, with the wind on my face, having met my fears head on. I loved deeply, played hard, chased my dreams, and truly lived with no regrets. This likely means it was not always an easy life. But it will be a life lived well!