”Two Sides Of Life”

”As Hamlet said to Ophelia,”God has given you one face, and you make yourself another.” The battle between these two halves of identity…Who we are and who we pretend to be is unwinnable. ”Just as there are two sides to every story, there are two sides to every person. One that we reveal to the world and another we keep hidden inside. A duality governed by the balance of light and darkness, within each of us is the capacity for both good and evil. But those who are able to bur the moral dividing line hold the true power.”

Let’s draw strength together and remember each day is a new opportunity to make a positive change in your world, no matter what.

Say To Yourself !! ”Change is good. I am comforted knowing starting over is an ongoing job. I am becoming more resilient with every circumstance. I never give up. Life is a cycle and there’s always more room for love. I believe I am evolving every day.”

”How Can We Embrace Both Sides Of Life’‘ Devil And God- Two Sides Of The Same Face”

Look For A Change; This is ‘big picture’ thinking. While major upheavals in life can be challenging, you still need to view adversity as change, not a loss and failure. Humans develop resiliency through change, both physiologically and emotionally. It is necessary for all life forms to evolve. You have to give up ‘certainty’ and trust the process of life more often. Know that Spirit supports you no matter what. Adversity is a deeply spiritual lesson because God is attempting to show you a piece of life you need to view to your own evolution and transformation.

”Being Fully Present”

Being fully present during the loss, grief and all forms of adversity are important. Until you process your pain, you cannot move through it. People often stuff or manage their emotional pain which then translates into poor health, overeating, and more psychological suffering. Feel your suffering, and experience it in order to move past it. Suffering is a condition we can move through. Humans are designed to experience grief but not to be permanently stuck in grief. Remember, adverse changes in life permit personal growth and permit us a greater capacity for love.

”Affirm Your Positive, Present Moment Benefits No Matter What.”

Accepting life’s contrasts, whether from financial loss, divorce, illness or grief, means you accept life wholeheartedly. You must accept the bad as well as the good. As adults, we tend to resent life. Keep moving forward, and ask for Divine assistance. You will be amazed at how help arrives to be open to receiving your good. The universe is infinitely creative and will send help in ways you could not imagine.

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24 thoughts on “”Two Sides Of Life”

  1. I’m going through a painful time right now. Your post is encouraging. I know I have to go through this with God, not resenting what is happening, but asking for his strength. I’m not sure what I am supposed to learn right now. But I will know one day.

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    1. Its all matter is time belle, circumstances changes according to time..believe in hope for a good day..it might be a rough journey but once you reach your destination things will be more better than expected… Believe in god..leave on him …than see who miracle happens hope a best upcoming life for you@BrlleUnruh

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  2. This is a balanced post, not leaning toward the Pollyanna-ism, as most crisis-management advise tends toward after a life-altering moment. Instead, as difficult as it is to practice (or even process) your blog’s advice is the acceptance of loss as a part of necessary change. Good work, Lisa.

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