WITHIN our head is our unique brain, and what a wonderful piece of work.
Ever felt that your head was completely full? And I mean not just full but with that weird feeling of it being filled with cooked spaghetti?
Lots and lots of it – so much of it that you cannot see things clear anymore.
You feel like you are almost not able to make those decisions that are the right ones for you. Feeling blocked and blind. Well, no worries.
This happens to everyone on this planet. Hope you feel ok now? And most of the time we can easily read what the spaghetti is trying to say to us.
So we can follow the path we want or we need to follow in our special life. Most of the time it all works out well. But sometimes the head is so full that we are unable to see and feel. The solution in those times is to rethink who we are and what we really want in our life. To reset our brain.
Easy, no? So if you are now looking for the reset button somewhere on your head or are waiting for me to tell you where you can find it, I have to disappoint you. There is no button on the outside of your head. Though it would be fantastic, the button is actually inside your head.
Hence the precious word ‘rethink’. You have to take a step back or stand still for a moment, go to a peaceful and quiet place.
Take the spaghetti out of your head, put it in front of you and try to read what it says. Believe in the fact that you are able to read it.
And if it is a hard time for you to do so at that moment, find someone outside your inner circle to help you read what it says. If you are in this stage of your life, your body, soul and mind need a fresh start. So give it to yourself.
Give yourself that new fresh start where you will find out who you are at that particular moment in time and what you really want to do in your life.
Take a look into a mirror and say to yourself: “Yes, I will give myself a fresh new start right now” … and give yourself a big positive smile. Take good care!
Joris Plu – Marbella / Malaga Life
Relationship and Business Coach
Phone and WhatsApp: 0032 472 401 611