So many of us are operating at a super low vibe because we are not fulfilled or happy.
We are merely surviving instead of thriving.
In society, generic ‘success’ is measured by external factors such as our accomplishments, our material wealth, our possessions or our bank balance – but none of these actually make us HAPPY on their own. They can certainly add to our happiness, but these by themselves do not make for a joyful and content life.
What we don’t get is that our inner peace and our happiness is what helps to attract these things to us – whilst also allowing us to appreciate them so much more. This is the Law of Attraction in action.
We are so deeply unbalance and focused on the external that we don’t take time to actually check in with how we are FEELING.
We’re seriously got it ALL WRONG.
Ourselves and our feelings, are an after thought. But we should be the FIRST THOUGHT.
So how can we redefine success?
By assessing what it means to be successful for US, and then how we can apply it to our lives everyday.
This is a question I’ve been pondering a lot in my quest to understand myself on a deeper level, and come back to a more authentic, integral and aligned version of myself.
For me I am successful if I’m feeling 𝐅𝐔𝐋𝐅𝐈𝐋𝐋𝐄𝐃, 𝐁𝐀𝐋𝐀𝐍𝐂𝐄𝐃 + 𝐉𝐎𝐘𝐅𝐔𝐋. If I can maintain these 3 core needs of mine, I am successful. My vibe is high. I become a magnet. This is how the Law of Attraction + manifestation works.
A lot of this for me is UNLEARNING the conditioning of what I have thought it means to be “successful”.
Because when I’m hustling and grinding, I’m not looking after myself properly.
And when I’m not looking after myself properly, my energy is low.
I’m burnt out.
I feel easily frustrated and perturbed.
It feels empty, hollow, and lacklustre.
I know you know the feeling because we live in a society where this feeling is totally normalised!
So for me, being successful is being BALANCED. It’s feeling CONTENT. It’s feeling ALIVE and present and electric. And I will do my damn best to ensure I’m achieving this as often as I can.
So I urge you to think about what success means to you? And how you can bring this metric of success in to your life every day?