Going through the process of divorce is likely to generate many unforeseen challenges in your life. Yet these circumstances present an opportunity to develop as a person and ultimately create a life that brings you more happiness. Often, the key to successfully changing on the inside, as outer life circumstances change, lies in the ability to release things that no longer serve you.
Change Can be Embraced: During a marriage people tend to develop a sense of comfort and habit and divorce will almost completely change one’s sense of security in the world. It may include living in a new location and having an altered schedule with your kids; these challenges, however, can be viewed as incentive to grow as a person. It’s an opportunity for inner reflection and development of new life skills that will serve you well in the process of letting go.
How Do I Know What No Longer Serves Me? Deciding which parts of your life are no longer serving you is a personal matter. Pay close attention to your emotions and thoughts; if you notice you begin to feel or think negatively every time you enter a room filled with objects that remind you of the past, it may serve you well to remove those objects and create a new interior setting. A new physical space and fresh perspective will jump-start your life and leave you feeling encouraged about the future.
Utilize Your Resources: Countless resources are available to help you learn new patterns of promoting happiness. Find a local meditation or mindfulness group or join an online community to get you started on your new path. Online videos also offer access to audio recordings that you can review at your leisure. These practices can help the release of subconscious belief systems that may be holding you back from entering a new world of self-growth and opportunity.
If you or a loved one are in need of a fresh start in 2017, our legal team is here for you. Contact us at 888-228-1098 to schedule a confidential consultation today.