“I don’t want this”
You don’t have to wait for your tipping point.
You don’t have to wait until you feel like you’re running to keep up, while everyone else dances merrily past you.
You don’t have to wait for permission to make your own changes.
There often comes a point in life where we screech to a halt and look at what the hell we’re doing. Something feels wrong – maybe everything feels wrong, but for some reason, we can’t ignore it any longer.
Like a brand new upgrade to your sight, all of a sudden you can’t ignore what is right in front of your face, yet you were blind to it before.
“I don’t want this” is what you’re now silently saying when the routines you happily plodded through now feel mundane.
“Why does this crap keep showing up?” you find yourself asking when you’re listening to the same grumbles, from the same people following the same steps day in, day out.
“Why isn’t anybody else wanting change too?”
Sometimes, like a goldfish swimming on loop in their murky water, we outgrow the bowl. The people around us don’t mind that it’s not great. They don’t mind where they are because it’s not so uncomfortable for them.
But it is for you now. You’ve noticed.
Change starts with awareness – with having your eyes opened and just because others can’t see it, doesn’t mean that it doesn’t exist.
Passion, inertia, love, fear, change, jealousy, rage – ALL of the flavours of life are always available to us on tap.
They’re all going on around us but we don’t see it all – we only notice what is within our current reach.
What if you fancied a change?
That starts with you.
The next cohorts of the Sanomentology and Post-Materialistic Psychology courses are starting soon – courses designed to open your eyes fully to what most aren’t even seeing.
Full of curious people exploring the deepest and most fascinating recesses of their minds, you won’t be in the goldfish bowl anymore.
You’ll be surrounded by fellow seekers – those who know that sleepwalking through life was never an option.
Take a look at the website or DM for more information on how you can change your path too.
“I don’t want this”