We’ve heard the term, “comfort zone,” which is, well, a comfortable way of saying, “no worries.” But, is it really?
There’s nothing wrong with being relaxed and content in life, but one wants to pay attention when the mood becomes far too programatic. (This is often one reason why a client books a psychic intuitive consultation with me.) Consider life on a hamster wheel: We’d be familiar with the routine and know what to expect. But, would we be fulfilled? (I, for one, would be dizzy!) Yet, a hamster wheel is akin to a comfort zone. It’s what we know. It’s to what we’ve adjusted.
Over the years, I’ve identified and charged through some of my comfort zones. Sure, it felt weird the first time, but that emotion eventually faded. Soon, I began to experience and learn so much more. I’ve applied this approach in many facets of my life: career, education, geographical location and relationships. Looking back, I can’t imagine not taking those leaps into new territory.
So, I propose we change the phrasing a bit. If you find it difficult to break out of your comfort zone. Replace the wording with, moving into your growth potential.
Is it time to lift your self-imposed zoning ordinance?
Love and light