The moment you become your best friend, life gets easier too.
Life isn’t all about butterflies, rainbows and fairy tales. It can be difficult sometimes. You may feel like you have paid a high price to get this far, so the best option is to enjoy this journey of yours.
Free yourself from the negativity of the world, from the sources of ignorance that tell you what you can and can’t do, and promise yourself to look forward, live for the moment now, and keep walking the path of your own destiny.
In other words, start making positive promises to yourself.
In 2023 make the following promises and keep them from now on.
I promise myself…
… To stop tying myself to the past. My problems, weaknesses, failures, regrets and mistakes have helped me grow, evolve and get to where I am now. I take everything that has happened to me as a real lesson to learn from and move forward on my journey with a peaceful heart and a peaceful mind.
… To remain master of my life and never deny my responsibility for it. I have the necessary power; I can decide how to live my life. My destiny is my responsibility.
… To love myself unconditionally. To put myself first, to take care of myself and be attentive to my needs. To accept myself for who I am, with good and bad, with qualities and flaws and to strive to become the best version of myself.
… To listen to my heart and soul. I promise to stop letting myself be influenced by the people around me and to learn to listen to my intuition. If I really feel, deep down, that something is wrong, then it probably is. I will pay attention to my authentic feelings and see where they lead me.
… To let go of relationships that are not meant to be. Most people come into our lives and stay for a while to teach us something. They come and go… and that’s their destiny. I have to accept that not all relationships last forever. I accept the Universe’s plan for me and stop trying to pull away from relationships that are not forever.
… To enjoy the now and appreciate the life I have. The past is behind me and I focus on what I can do today, not what I could or should have done yesterday. For all that I have lost, I have gained something. I am learning to appreciate what I have and who I am today.