Wednesday, January 14th, 2015 Focus: What I feel right now is not the whole me.

The next time you feel like crap, just remember that what you feel right now is not the whole you. What people see right now is not the whole you. This moment will only define and defeat you if you let it. So don’t.

I am not dismissing how you feel and what you think in the present moment. Being present and aware of your thoughts and feelings is crucial for happiness as well. But your whole world expands when you stop confining yourself to these drifting, passing mental mutterings. They come and go, but they are not entirely what you are or all that you have to offer. Not in the least.

If you accept and embrace this way of thinking — this “I extend past the fleeting, corporal now” — it makes it so much easier to accept yourself. If you make a mistake, you can just brush it off and move on. You might have made that mistake, but that mistake does not make you.

Excerpted from the article:
This Moment Does Not Define You: You Are More Than That
Written by Lisa Stefany.

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