We always want to celebrate our wins for the achievements we accomplished. We did awesome and we achieved the goal through a steady pace of ongoing hard work and progression. But we also need to celebrate our losses just as big. When we stay in relationships too long, a marriage that no longer made us happy, a job that had no purpose or passion, or even a friends circle that we had outgrown we need to celebrate the freedom of letting it go. Instead we hold on to What if's, or ruminate the should of, could of, would haves of past situations. The truth is if you were unhappy you need to celebrate the ability to move forward to find the spark, the passion and your new purpose. You will never get to where you are going by staying stuck in a place where you are unhappy in your current situation.
Be happy that the relationship that no longer serves you has released you back into the universe. Celebrate the fact that the job you hated and never felt appreciated it has now given you an opportunity to find something better that gives you a new spark to life. Friends come and go, they will either hold you back and help take you to your next level of life. Celebrate when you can let the weight of the past go.
You were made for great accomplishments in life. Move out of your comfort zone and get real about the life you want. I wish I had learned the lesson of not staying where I was not happy years ago, my life would have been better, but I would not have received all the lessons that made me who I am today.
What great losses can you celebrate now that they are gone?
Candace Grant holds a certificate in Neuro- Linguistic Programming and a certificate from Robbins Madanes Training for Coaching. Candace has had many years of wellness courses and has been on a path of shifting perspectives for the past 6 years. As a massage therapist for 25 years she understands the connection between the body and the mindset.