Discomfort doesn’t necessarily mean we are out of alignment
During a conversation with a friend last week, they were sharing a situation that felt uncomfortable. The discomfort, they assessed, must have been an indicator that they weren’t in alignment with their inner-being.
As we were chatting, as often happens, The Greater Consciousness came through with a different perspective.
They reminded us that we, as humans, are living in a “This/And” universe. Somewhere along the way, we were taught to believe that life is “Either/Or” instead.
They said, “What if discomfort is simply an invitation to explore your alignment?”
As they continued to share their wisdom they added, “Sometimes discomfort is the emotion you feel as things are shifting. It can be uncomfortable when you’re trying out new beliefs and patterns, but that doesn’t mean you’re out of alignment.”
Boom! That was quite a #Truthbomb they dropped.
It got me thinking
Thinking about the times I still use the feeling of discomfort to judge where I’ve somehow gone off the path, instead of using this indicator as an invitation to explore more deeply my experience.
There’s a deeper permission here as well. To be gentler with myself. To be easy with my emotional body. And to allow my body, mind and spirit the space to unfold each step along my journey (as best I can!)
Knowing sometimes discomfort is an indicator that a pivot may be in my highest good, and...