Humans love to plan. We are very good at making schedules, checklists, and generally ensuring we measure what is happening in our lives and when.
Planning and preparation are important! This practice is key to creating a structure that leads to successful outcomes.
But sometimes life doesn’t go to plan. Sometimes, despite our best efforts, life has its own plan and goes differently than we predict.
This kind of disruption can be a frustrating thing to experience. There are many ways in which it can show up in our lives, too. It could be a breakup, a business failing, losing a job, or becoming unwell.
But is it always a bad thing that things don’t go the way we want them to? Could things not working out as we expected actually be a blessing in disguise?
Yes, all you need to do is “Reprogram Your Mind“, Suggests Hirav Shah,Opinion Leader, Thought Guru, Business Coach, Corporate Adviser & Strategist.
The strategic tips for the same are mentioned below.
1.Change Your Perspective
If you take the perspective that life is happening FOR you rather than TO you, you can find peace.
When you make this simple shift in your mindset, you can embrace the concept that if things don’t go the way you expect or hope they will, perhaps the universe is preparing you for something better.
Sometimes, things don‘t work out. Not because you don‘t deserve it, but because you deserve so much more, Quotes Hirav Shah.
Embracing change requires faith and it requires trust. It means relinquishing control, if only momentarily, and surrendering to the grand divine plan for your life.
It means trusting in your higher self, and knowing that although you may not see it, things are always working in your favour.
When you embrace that life is working in your favour, you can accept things as they are. You accept that what has been and gone was no one’s fault. It just wasn’t right.
Whatever has left your life has been pushed out for a reason. There was a misalignment in the vibration.
When you surrender to life, it means allowing life’s magic to move with you.
There is a common misconception that people have around surrender. It does not mean giving up on what you want. This simply isn’t true.
Even in surrender, you still need to set the course, hold a vision for your life and never let go of it! Focus on what you want. Keep sharp, keep doing your own inner work. Stay true to you and your calling, not compromising or self-sacrificing.
5. Focus Must Be On Your Own Path And Your Own Goals
We are not in school anymore. There is no one to give you an “A” grade. Your path is your biggest priority. Your current job is just a step on your path. You are wasting your precious mojo by caring too much about your relationship with your boss or your upcoming performance review. What difference does it make what your boss thinks about you?
Your focus must be on your own path and your own goals. If your boss can help you take a step on your path, great! If not, there are plenty of other bosses who can. At some point you may decide the only boss you want to work for is yourself. That step will feel scary for a little while, too, and then it won’t feel scary anymore.
6.Believe in Your Purpose
The best know and understand their purpose. They realize they are here for something bigger and they live their purpose. They believe their purpose is beyond themselves and this inspires them every day. They own their purpose by reminding themselves of it every day to stay inspired and connected to their dreams and life.
7.Own the Moment
The best understand that their best can only happen in the present moment, not if their mind is focused in the past or the future. They practice intentional strategies to live and strive in the present moment. They can shift their focus to the present moment quickly and have daily practice(s) (i.e., meditation, mindfulness, etc.) to train their present moment focus.
8. Do Away With Limiting Beliefs
Do away with limiting beliefs and adopt empowering beliefs. Limiting beliefs hold us back from what we want in life. They can be based on past results, negative events you’ve experienced or a flawed vision of your future. When you address these beliefs and challenge their accuracy, you can replace them with empowering beliefs to live by. Empowering beliefs can launch you forward and help you to become the person you want to be and the life and career you want to have. Empowering beliefs are freeing, encouraging, and inclusive; they nurture and uplift.
“Change your self-talk,
you can then change your world“- Quotes Shah.
Your subconscious mind is the gatekeeper of your comfort zone. It is also the realm in which you can either habituate yourself to expect, and routinely seek the actions that would build and reinforce, the greatest success, happiness, wholeness or healing of your life.
So, start retraining your mind to be your ally, not your enemy, Hirav Shah Concludes.