Inside out~~~~ Susie Austin

The significant problems we face cannot be

solved at the same level of thinking we were at

when we created them. 

 Albert Einstein

 

If we want to have better children we need to be better parents, If we want better friendships we need to be better friends. It sounds simple in theory but in real life it is a bit more difficult.

The first step in this process it recognition and self awareness.  Recognise it begins with you and make steps to improve yourself. This will have more than one purpose. By improving yourself you begin to feel better, mind, body and soul. Begin to think of what it takes to improve yourself. 

First look at your mind, have you done your head homework? Do you take little getaways to relax? Read a fun book?

Your body is very important in self improvement. Look at your diet, how about taking one step at a time by improving one thing a week, add fruit or veggies or something that will not take a huge effort. Next start taking little walks or some form of exercise. If you already are doing this possibly consider stepping it up a notch.

The next area is soul, have you done your soul searching? Maybe consider a spiritual journey and what that might look like. I love the definition of soul from the Merriam Webster dictionary;  the spiritual principle embodied in human beings, all rational and spiritual beings, or the universe.  If you have not thought about this before this is the perfect time to do so.

Unhappy people feel victimised, unhappy marriages have each spouse wanting the other to change, the list can go on but instead we can look to our inner-selves. Once you have worked on your inside the results will be visible on the outside and you will be a better parent, mate, friend etc.

The real to key changing the inner self lies within us. We have to be able to change the level of thinking from the level the problems or issues started at. This is all a growth process and we need to be open and willing to change and accept this as a pathway to a happier tomorrow.

Susie Austin

coachsusie

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~ by coachsusie on January 9, 2008.

One Response to “Inside out~~~~ Susie Austin”

  1. I love that Albert Einstein quote. Just last week, hopeshow.tv was telling people that are angry, to get out of the mode they were in when they first got mad.

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