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Published on 4/10/2020 additional information available

LESSON LEARN NOT TO ALLOW YOUR PAST DICTATE YOUR FUTURE

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Greetings my fellow Iboer's hope all is well with you and yours.

 

Folks, all too often we let the rejections of our past dictate every move we make, am I right or wrong. We literally do not know ourselves sometimes to be any better than what some opinionated person once told us was true. 

Of course folks, an old rejection does not mean to say we are not good enough. It simply means some person or circumstance from our past failed to align with what we had to offer at that said time. But somehow we don't see it that way.

We tend to hit a mental barricade that stops us in our tracks.



Even though we intellectually know that we are much capable and stronger than we were in the past. See our subconscious mind often forgets that our capabilities have grown so large.

Let me give you a quick metaphorical example...

Zookeepers typically strap a thin metal chain to a grown elephant’s leg and then attach the other end to a small wooden peg that’s hammered into the ground right?  The 10-foot tall, 10,000-pound elephant could easily snap the chain, uproot the wooden peg and escape to freedom.

But it does not.  In fact the elephant never even tries to do anything. The world’s most powerful land animal, which can uproot a tree as easily as you could break a toothpick, remains defeated by a small wooden peg and a flimsy chain big time. Wow!!.

Why?

Because when the elephant was a baby, its trainers used the exact same methods to control it. A thin chain was strapped around its leg and the other end of the chain was tied to a wooden peg in the ground. At the time, the chain and peg were strong enough to restrain the baby elephant. When it tried to break away, the metal chain would pull it right back.

Sometimes, tempted by the world it could see in the far distance. You see the elephant would pull harder but the chain would not budge at all. Very soon the baby elephant realized trying to escape was not possible. So it stopped every time to try.

That same elephant is all grown up. It sees the chain and the peg. The elephant remembers what lesson was thought when as a baby. The chain and peg are impossible to escape. Of course this is no longer true, but it doesn’t matter. It does not matter that the 200-pound baby is now a 10,000-pound powerhouse. The elephant’s self limiting thoughts and beliefs prevail that take roots in it's life.

If you think about it, we are all like elephants per say. We all have incredible power inside us bit time. Certainly, we have our own chains and pegs pretty much. The self limiting thoughts and beliefs that hold us back is crazy. Sometimes it’s a childhood experience or an old failure. Sometimes it’s something we were told when we were a younger

The key thing to realize is this that we we have to be ready to learn from the past. We have to learn to think better about the past and about the present, so we can ultimately live a better life from here on out.

But, as I'm sure you're aware, that's much easier said than done right folks?

Thinking better takes a lot of good guidance and good practice.

Hope you find value with my blog post today, please like share and comment.


Sharon Naraine,

With a humble heart.


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