Change can be exciting.
Change can be good for us, in the long run.
However, change is uncomfortable for most people.
Yet, if we want a better life we need to embrace change. We need to become more comfortable with the process.
How do we do that?
We look at change from the angle of curiosity. We experiment with something relatively small so that we can begin to get a handle on our conscious and subconscious process. When we ask ourselves to make a change, we are “messing up” the current program. The internal robot will always fuss and take a stand to maintain the status quo.
Mess up practice
This little exercise is so small that you may initially question the value of it. Do it anyway.
You may already intellectually understand the value of this exercise. However, it is only by putting it into cellular memory that you will receive the full value of the learning.
Give the gift of this incremental exercise to yourself. Be curious.
“Any fool can know. The point is to understand.”
― Albert Einstein