How to create peace in crisis

My last journey through crisis was messy. I was blindsided, and up until then I’d managed most of my life with two qualities: logic and action.

Both were of very little use at the bedside of an ailing life-partner. Logic didn’t help the hole in my center, and no action could retrieve the past.

It went into a tail-spin of frenetic anxiety, grief, and despair, which only amplified the terror of the time. Months later, I began to grasp the only things that really help in times like these: trust, surrender, faith, compassion, and love—the seeds of life.

This time, I’m not living from the concrete box of logic and action. I’m doing what needs to be done, using my intellect where required, and repeatedly turning to the highest qualities of life.

“Every adversity, every failure, every heartache
carries with it the seed on an equal or greater benefit.” —Napoleon Hill

This quote applies to all of us, no matter how large or small the challenge.

Join me in transmuting something you perceive as negative into powerful, positive, and profound good. Write the answers to the following questions:

Who would I need to be to handle this situation with grace?

What qualities of personality and being will support this?

What do I need more, or less, of to navigate this with ease?

What can I learn here?

What can I improve in myself through this?

How can I use this to bring more love into my life?

How can I use this to serve others?

Answer from your heart and you’ll have a road map that will guide you through any challenge.

I’d love to know how you do. Leave me a comment and tell me what you can do to transmute a seemingly negative circumstance into something positive.

I love you.

Cynthia

 

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