…until it isn’t.
Listen. NO one. And I mean, NO ONE. Can tell you what boundary is healthy for you. Not even a therapist.
Listen. NO one. And I mean, NO ONE. Can tell you when a boundary is unhealthy for you. Not even the ones that claim to most care about you and love you, that are just looking out for you.
Listen. NO one. And I mean, NO ONE. Has the answers for how you should meander from one boundary to another. NO one.
Also, no one in life ever made a boundary, changed one or have foregone having one because of thinking. Boundaries are primarily an emotional energy, not a pensive one. Are you at the mercy of your emotions and not even aware of it? Your emotions tied to the past may have more influence in your current quality of life than you would care to admit.
Your boundaries are healthy…until they aren’t.
I am curious to hear what you do with boundaries and how come you have them?
I would like to invite you to seriously consider joining my 2 day anonymous, immersive retreat if you:
-Find yourself triggered often by the actions and words of others
-Feel constant feelings of down, sadness and maybe suicide ideation
-Feel content with helping others and don’t do much for yourself
-Are extremely productive in terms of “getting shit done”
-Feel uncomfortable when others compliment you
-Regularly settle with the pace of life and tell yourself, “It is what it is.”
-Have resonated with apathy and anger on a daily basis for at least three months.
What if i told you there are 7 levels of energy and the first four levels all lead to burnout. And no matter how hard you try, you will stay where you feel, stay with those you have and in some cases continue to feel alone until you learn to tap into the levels 5-7. Imagine if you could summon feelings of joy and creativity without needing to change anything about your environment?
What if I told you there was a way to live life without boundaries and no matter what others say or do, you experience less anger, outbursts, withdraw, concern for others?
What if I told you you could still care about others, spend less time “fixing” others lives and actually feel great at living your life not worrying about taking care of others?
What if I told you there was a way to take care of yourself and you would feel an instant shift in your interactions with others?
Get a change of pace means I know you are burnt out — same thing, day in and day out, week in and week out, month in and month out, year in and year out.
Just because you become older DOES NOT MEAN you have to accept the way your world is perceived to be.
Just because you have gone through things in the past DOES NOT MEAN creating a new boundary is going to change anything.
Being burnt out is a sign that you are ready for a change of pace. If you deny this, that simply means you aren’t ready to leave your place of predictability, you are addicted to old beliefs of the way things worked and you would rather avoid getting to the core of your pain DUE TO FEAR.
This is a pattern called “playing it safe.” This is a life engagement style of surviving, not living.
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