Whether you have goals related to finance, relationships, health or your spirituality, one way to take full responsibility for what you’re experiencing is to examine where you invest your time and money.
Our calendars and bank statements do not lie; even when we try to. We all set aside time and money for what matters most. The examination of our allocation of time and resources often brings us clarity about where our true priorities stand…
What we experience is the result of our deepest commitments(the culmination of our conscious and unconscious choices)….
Let’s go deeper than the bank statements and calendar for a moment…
What path(s) did you choose and continually walk on that feeds those 4 areas of life? If you chose a career with an income cap of 50k, and are experiencing financial duress based on your desires, don’t act so confused when money gets tight.
If you refuse to examine yourself and heal your innermost wounds, don’t act so surprised when you find yourself having intimacy issues with others and only experiencing surface level connection.
If you drink soda and eat sugar, don’t act so surprised when you start to have more soft, mushy spots to grab onto.
If you only connect with God when you’re at rock bottom, don’t act surprised when you keep finding yourself there.
We all experience the results of our deepest and truest commitments.
Once we admit this truth to ourselves, we become free, and begin to watch real change unfold in our lives – taking responsibility for our time and money is just the beginning.
Blessings to you and yours,
Austin J. Holt