“If a problem is fixable, if a situation is such that you can do something about it, then there is no need to worry. If it’s not fixable, then there is no help in worrying. There is no benefit in worrying whatsoever.”
– Dalai Lama –
We all have them.
Days when we’re not feeling 100% ourselves. Days when we look in the mirror and don’t like what we see there. Days when things just get on top of us and don’t seem to be going our way.
After all, we’re human.
The important thing to know is that everything will be OK. It’s fine to feel like this. In fact, really feel it. Really embrace whatever rubbish feeling you might have. Sit with it. Have a good cry, or get angry if you need to. Let it all out.
And then move through it and move on.
Move on and fill your body and your mind with good things. Healthy food, water, nice long deep breaths. Surround yourself with positive, happy people who you love or give someone a call who you know will make you feel better. But choose to let everything before it go, and be in this new positive moment.
Go and do something that you love, listen to your favourite music, go for a walk to your favourite thinking spot, somewhere that will inspire you. Watch a clip of one of your favourite comedians on You Tube, a video of cats doing hilarious things or one of a baby laughing hilariously at ripping paper. Anything that will remind you of the lighter side of life.
And remember that it’s OK to have a wobble. You’re human after all.
Inspiration for this post
My day today