Saturday, November 9, 2013

For Those Aimless: Take Comfort in the Process

One angle I just realized in regards to my process for creating passion is that understanding the process of creating passion itself can alone be used as a stress-relief fallback.

Being aimless in life, not having major goals, is an extremely uncomfortable state to be in. Not only does one feel totally lost, one also feels an incertitude about the worth of each and any actions, and it's hard to feel secure in making any commitment without the security of knowing it fits into the major picture. Without major endpoints to drive your life towards, it feels impossible to be in control and achieve your happiness, and that extremely stressful to endure.

However, I'd like to emphasize that if you can summon the confidence that such a process as mine will certainly lead to a direction in due time, then consciously put those worries away and trust the process. Simply trust the process.

If the process gives no reason to be doubted, then it's fruitless to entertain and visualize worries and concerns, no? In such a state they're simply wasted mental energy that amounts to no worthy conclusions or action plans.

Thus, if you're presently aimless in life and simply don't know what to do with it, but do, on the other hand, know what's necessary to actually create a passion, whatever it may be, then simply act. It will be a certitude that you'll cultivate it along the way, and all you need to do is be sincere in your efforts and let things unfold as they may.

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