Deeply accept where you are right now.
Sometimes it is the best thing to walk away. However, it’s not always an option. In all those cases, the “I don’t want to be here” is not only useless but also dysfunctional. It makes you and others unhappy.
- How often do you say, “I don’t want to be where I am”?
What does it feel like when you don’t want to be where you are: the traffic jam, your place of work, the airport lounge, the people you are with?
- Now surrender and allow the moment to just simply be without engaging in the internal dialogue.
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