How To Accept Reality And Move On (4 Parts)
Is it time for you to learn how to accept reality and move on? Don’t worry, a lot of people go through this transformation including myself.
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If you’re in a hurry, here’s what you will learn below:
- Part 1: Accept Who You Are
- Part 2: The Advantages of Acceptance
- Part 3: Avoid Comparisons
- Part 4: Tips On How To Start Accepting Yourself Just The Way You’re
Part 1: Accept Who You Are
We’ve all heard that Bruno Mars song where he sings that you’re amazing just the way you’re.
He’s speaking about a girl, but let’s just pretend that he’s singing to everyone.
That may happen, but the truth is that whenever you begin to accept yourself for who you’re, you do not become still and stop growing.
Instead, something magical happens.
You stop holding on to limiting beliefs and bad behaviours that you’ve acquired by being someone who you’re not.
And you become more able to live in alignment with what you truly love, want, and desire in life.
Life feels more rewarding and fun, and you begin to take action on creating the kind of life that you would like.
Part 2: The Advantages of Acceptance
So the advantages of learning how to accept reality and move on include:
- Learn from it and move towards more freedom
- Less self-hatred and more happiness
- Less stress and more peace
- A sense of purpose and gratitude
- Inner power and confidence
- Boldness to express your boundaries and beliefs
- Less resistance in life and more going with the flow of what’s best for you
- Less negative self-talk and more positive self talk
- Less doing things which do not matter to you and more creating with your time
- Knock-on effect of more clarity, more focus, more productivity
- Probably leading to more dollars in the bank and money flowing in with ease
- Shamelessly be yourself with no apologies!
- The ability to apologise simply if you make a mistake – no big deal
- Enjoy the simple actions, leave the big work to God
Put simply, the advantages of accepting yourself just the way you were created are HUGE.
Part 3: Avoid Comparisons
All of us have different standards because everybody has listened to a combination of different people.
Nevertheless, if we were all to compare notes, we’d see that perfection is the standard we’re all reaching for.
Avoid negative self-talk, things like:
- I’m too fat
- I’m not hilarious enough
- I’m boring
- I’m not outgoing enough
- I’m too outgoing
- I’m not smart enough
- I’m ugly
- I can’t do it as quickly
- I am too fast
- This place is too small
- I don’t have enough
- There’s nothing here
- And on and on it goes
Although, psychologists say that this method of ‘avoidance’ does not work.
You’d have to be a robot, and even then, you’d be programmed by a human, so you wouldn’t be completely perfect.
We would like perfection to be real, though.
We believe that if perfection is achieved, then we may avoid all the judgement and pain which comes from being not perfect, which is the root of the problem.
Be easy on yourself.
Take one step at a time to simply take a mental note when you are being negative.
That’s all you have to do at first and then you become more aware.
I recommend reading Abraham Hicks or other relevant mindfulness books for more specific methods that you can use also.
Part 4: Tips On How To Start Accepting Yourself Just The Way You Are
You must stop saying all those negative things to yourself because I have learned and experienced that angry and critical words are the true cause of depression, low self-esteem, anxiety and constant worry.
Sometimes it’s things we have picked up from those people around us, it’s not your fault.
But it is your responsibility to work on it now – it might be one of the hardest areas of focus for you too.
The things which you repeat again and again to remind yourself have the power to shape your life and how you feel inside.
Happiness is the goal.
Each time you say negative words your safety takes a hit.
Imagine someone telling you that your legs are too long again and again, even though it’s completely untrue.
Well, when you build up inner strength and confidence what other people say will become funny to you.
You will be able to repel it like water off a ducks back.
You are in charge of your reaction and you are the greatest protector of your mind and energy.
In simple terms, you are your own hero.
Learning to face the judgment and the pain of not being perfect is one real way to start accepting yourself just the way you’re and knowing how to accept reality and move on for the better.
You won’t try to pretend to be who you think they want you to be anymore.
In summary, as you work on this area more often you won’t talk down to yourself because you’re not who you think they want you to be.
Be yourself, like my daughter says.
Faithful in your success!
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