We are well known for recovery, people coming in and recovering from sometimes the lowest points of their lives, both physically and mentally.
Recovery is important, is life-changing, but sometimes the focus needs to change from the past to your future because your time is limited and you had better set about living the rest of your life with energy, with drive and with an enthusiasm to go after the things that really matter to you.
Changing from a state of mind of recovery to DISCOVERY is an equally big step.
Once you discover what is really possible in your life once you have your batteries full again can be illuminating.
Recovery can be tiring, can leave you fatigued pretty much all the time, testing your mental resolve and hopes whether you will ever get back to “normal”.
Once you do get back to full energy, it’s vital you start doing more with the opportunities you have straight away to get a new kind of momentum in your life.
The opportunity to discover new things in your life is the greatest journey you can go on.
Most of us complain that we never get the “rub of the green”, “the universe is against us”, “we never meet the right people”, when most of the time the issue is that we need to become better OURSELVES to receive more joyous things in our lives.
The most uncomfortable, agonising time I had in life was when I had to change MYSELF, and ADMIT to myself I needed to because NOBODY wants to do that. It was worth it, but took a while to accept the change that needed to happen.
If we focus on complaining, moaning and bitching about things, then we only WELCOME those thoughts into our lives. If we are jealous or hate things about others, then we only welcome those thoughts into our lives which usually destroys us eventually.
If we focus on giving, helping and serving others without asking for anything in return, people tend to help us out eventually if we do it with sincerity.
Our journey of discovering new things takes time. We need to be fit and healthy, get ourselves out there out of our comfort zone and try new things every week, some may not work but many will.
When it comes to deciding whether you should exercise or not or eat well or not, link it HEAVILY to whether you want great things to happen for you in life or you want to coast along waiting for a lottery ticket to come in for you that will suddenly change things.
Miracles DO happen but mostly they are entirely down to your OWN actions and they do bring happiness and not the 13 million to one shot buying a ticket which never brings you joy, happiness, self-pride, self-confidence, respect or a body and mind that will have you performing well for a lifetime.