Self-Discipline and living your own life

Are you living in the shadow of someone else’s desires for your life?  This could be the reason why you are lacking self-discipline.

The key to unlocking consistency and success for your life is in attaining self-discipline, authenticity, and accountability.  If you are living someone else’s life, you will not find the passion that your human experience requires in order to be fulfilling. Instead, you will find yourself on autopilot, going through the motions, loving out of duty and living secretly in pain.  This is a disloyalty that can harm generations. You must be disciplined in your loyalty to your deepest heart and highest good.

You may be in the beginning process of realizing that the mistakes you have made are the result of a lack of self-discipline, authenticity, and accountability.   Release self-judgment and anger by creating loving inner-dialogue.  Meet defeat with compassion. Remind yourself that you are not alone in your lesser moments of “weakness” and “failure.”  Let those moments be lessons to assist you to transcend the self-created mundane and build a deeper relationship with self-discipline.

You never have to punish yourself for mistakes.  If you utilize them as a springboard to a deeper sense of devotion through owning them, you will be prepared for the difficult offerings of life.Creating a life built on the system of punishment and reward is not appropriate to living a healthy, balanced, spiritual, emotional or interpersonally related life.

It is essential that polarity and dichotomy are removed from the hierarchical system of relationship and become tools for learning, opportunities for refuge, and openings for intimacy.  The beauty of your life is dependent on letting go by letting yourself recognize the worth of your promises.

via Self-Discipline, Authenticity, & Accountability: Essentials for Fulfillment « The Anjana Network.

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