Cada dos años y medio entro al blog de Mallika Chopra y siempre encuentro, al menos, un post que parece hablarme a mí. Aquí se los comparto, sin modificar nada, ni traducirlo siquiera para no cambiar el sentido.
Step #1 Don’t tell me what you are not – tell me what you are. Don’t tell me what you let go of – tell me what you embrace. Don’t tell me what you need to get over – tell me what you are expressing. Don’t tell me what you need to fix or change – tell me what you are creating. Don’t focus on what you are not – focus on what you are.
Step #2 Choose. Do not wait for God, universe, spirit, purpose, destiny, authorities or society to do it for you.
Step #3 Be present to what you are creating, right now. Before you learn how to create what you want, realize how you created what you have.
Step #4 Find out who you are. You are your body, you are your soul, you are your life. Include everything, and everything becomes an expression of you. Exclude it – and it becomes an expression of your trauma.
Step #5 Include death into your life. Death is wonderful, it is a graduation, a transition, as much as birth. What’s there to be sad about? What’s there to grieve about?
Step #6 Travel far. When your background changes you see what is only you, in sharp relief.
Step #7 Believe what you say you believe.
Step #8 Don’t lie. Not to yourself, not to others. Never.
Step #9 Go find out what you want, don’t wait until it finds you.
Step #10 Consider the possibility of your future being entirely different than your past.