Who has a backup plan?

Sort of goes like this ….

A backup plan is the bit that keeps us in the prison of our illness, condition or feeling of stress or fatigue. Because the BUP doesn’t allow us to fully commit and go for it when we go after our healthy outcome or life shift up.

The backup plan will have us settle for less. 

Allow us to be hijacked and will lead us into situations where there is little support so we can fall back. 

And fall we do. 

It interrupts our best possibility for feeling how totally good our body is designed to feel and it makes decisions that won’t ever work for good or be life-changing. 

The diet that doesn’t work 

The relationship that doesn’t work

The business that doesn’t work 

They all have a backup plan

Sometimes a backup plan says to us:

Just eat what you’re eating and then go on a diet in summer;

Or it can say I’ll just wait till I’m more financial and then I’ll leap, but the back plan never will find you enough cash to do that.

Or it will say when my kids are older I’ll take my life seriously then and learn how to care for me then… I know how that one goes!!! It doesn’t work and it drains you to feel completely exhausted, stressed and then guilty and disconnected – that’s the backup plan.

As I have my daily chats to my ladies this week who I love so much because they are so courageous to take the leap to change their health and design a life they love… the one thing I notice is that having a backup plan keeps us comfortable and keeps us in a place in our health that we think is safe.

The backup plan builds this sphere around us where we can’t see other ways to heal ourselves, we can’t see clearly the ways to truly love and take care of ourselves and this keeps the cycle of illness, and fatigue and imbalance continuing. 

The backup plan isn’t actually a plan, it’s a story we tell ourselves to stop us from feeling uncomfortable about the changes we know we must make. And in keeping this solid in our daily thoughts about feeling anxious, or the stressful situation, the health problem that you want to just forget about and do everything you can to avoid asking for help or reaching out, this soldier mass feels like a sphere of cement holding us in place. It feels familiar so we stay here and it feels safe. 

But what I realised is that it only takes one step outside of this sphere to have it begin to fall away from us. And as we take this step we acknowledge that there is another way and then the backup plan looks like cheating ourselves and we no longer want to be part of that.

Changing our perception towards what supports us, what strengthens us and what heals us from the inside out is about choosing to just begin it. Boldly talking a step means you really don’t want to feel the way you feel anymore and that you want a massive shift in the way you’re existing. 

It is this step that is your right and will bring awareness to your health challenge and will connect yourself again. If this is where you’re at and you want to drop the backup plan that keeps getting in the way of all that you desire for your health and your wellbeing then get in touch today.

 

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