SOUL #2 - Giving up DRAMA!

We all have DRAMA in our lives, whether it is relationship drama, or health drama, or financial drama, or just plain LIFE IS CHAOS DRAMA.

And when DRAMATIC PROBLEMS arise, we all need to remember that ultimately, WE are the ones creating the DRAMA.  Yes, the Problem is often real, tangible and very much alive, but the DRAMA…

                                             we create it.

You see, Problems are life.  Intrinsically linked to it.  You can’t escape them, but you can accept them.

Problems simply are another task that we need to attend to.  We take action.  They eventually resolve.

 

DRAMATIC PROBLEMS are tasks that we imbue with LIFE AND DEATH EMOTION.  

Imbued with LIFE AND DEATH EMOTION, the simple task "BREAK-UP" becomes:

 THE VERY WORST MOST TERRIBLE BREAK-UP IN MY LIFE HOW COULD THIS EVER HAPPEN TO ME OH MY GOD  I WANT TO KILL MYSELF NOW! 

Ever been here?

So not fun.  

And to be honest, what a sad waste of the limited time we spend here on this amazing planet!

 

Here is the simple scoop, gang.  Problems in Life are NOT LIFE AND DEATH.  There is no need to imbue your problems with emotion.

Stop, breathe, show up, look your problems squarely in the eye, brainstorm on some simple courses of action, and then choose one or two actions and set them in motion.

With THE PEOPLE IN MY HIPS, I was caught up with some fascinating manifestations in my body and psyche. At many moments I drifted into DRAMA (as you will see from many of my video journals) but what ultimately saved me, was my ability to step away from my DRAMA, get curious, explore, discover, try new things, and keep going.  If I believed in my DRAMA, I would probably be in a mental institution today, but I refused to.  I learned to step away from my DRAMA.  I connected to my soul, that part of me that has quiet power, that believes in possibility and is elegantly UNSTOPPABLE.

Learning to step away from my DRAMA was my greatest life lesson, and now, stepping away from DRAMA is my greatest strength.   I am doing so much better than I was 6 years ago when THE PEEPS first manifested. 

Giving up Drama, leads to peace, lots of it, tons of it, mountains of it, coming at you on a daily basis.

I am not perfect now, occasionally I still BELIEVE IN MY DRAMA, but most of the time, I can close the curtain, experience things differently and take intelligent action, and sometimes, I can even have fun in the process.

Now, here’s the question for you:

 

What DRAMATIC PROBLEMS are you creating

                  and how can you step away from your DRAMA

                                       and bring more PEACE, and FUN into your life?

 

Keep me posted.

Ken WolfComment