When the earthquakes of life leave our worlds in piles of rubble, they also tend to open up fissures that let our "stuff" (old wounds, unprocessed emotions, our shadow) come bubbling to the surface. Is this a disaster or an opportunity for transformation? That's up to you!
Just like a camera lens can magnify whatever it's focused on, what we choose to focus our attention on affects what we magnify in our perception of our world. Choosing to use a lens of gratitude to focus on the good helps balance out our natural tendency to see only the problems and broken places of life.
Part of the healing process often involves making changes in how we interact with others, and this inevitably feels uncomfortable. The key to sticking with healthy changes in these situations is knowing how to deal effectively with that discomfort so it doesn't derail you.
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