When things don’t exactly go exactly as expected in life and we are facing difficulties that may last for a longer period of time, we tend to disconnect from the objective reality and get caught up in a vicious cycle of psychological self-damaging.

When times are hard we should be less hard on ourselves and try to realize some basic truths in life. In the following article, you can gain access to 10 tips for improving your perspective towards and suffering. Starting by perceiving pain as a natural and also sometimes beneficial emotion to the overall psychological growth, and ending with the virtue of humility, this article gives a complete insight to the depths of the human psyche and the idea of the ephemeral.  By following these steps you can improve your way of living in conjunction to a conscious and more realistic perpective towards the world and your inner truth.

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10. Pain Helps You Grow

As the old saying goes, what doesn’t kill you only makes you stronger. But before this strength can emerge, you must accept your pain.

Each time a tragic event occurs that you think you can’t handle, it is common to try to remove yourself from it altogether. But each time you do this, you leave a piece of yourself behind. When you disassociate yourself with your pain, you cause a split to occur within you. Commonly known as soul splitting.

By embracing your pain and bringing it within to heal, you empower your own growth.

We grow most through difficult experiences, so embrace it. Let the darkness shape you, let it reform you, let it cradle you and birth you into a new life and a new way of being.

9. Your Biggest Fears Are an Illusion

Fear will only go as far as you let it. You are always in control, so take control! What you resist persists; by avoiding what you , it will only grow.

The more you focus on fearful things, the more you put yourself in vibrational alignment with them. As we know the opposite of love is fear, and so when you dwell in fear, you are rejecting love.

The essence of love is acceptance. Accepting all things as they come, as they are and as they will be.

Fear is the largest illusion one will face. An illusion of the ego, a slight of hand, to contain you in lower consciousness, a state of action and reaction– the survival instinct that man must evolve beyond.

If you think about it, the largest fears we face can be summed up to the fear of the unknown. Whether it be of death, loss or the future. We live in the world everyday not knowing what the world will bring us around the next corner.

But what is fear? Fear is only an emotion. An emotion that has transpired from your own thought forms. By practicing awareness, you can learn how to separate yourself from your own thoughts and emotions. You are not your emotions. You are not your thoughts. You are the observer.

F.E.A.R= False Emotions Appearing Real…

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