Remove The Anchors

Do you feel as if your feet are cemented to the ground? Perhaps you are dragging around the weight of several anchors in your life. Those anchors and feelings of despair may well be robbing you. It’s time to make a change! It’s time to remove the anchors in your life and start to live.

Are you ready?

I sense your urgency but also pick up on some hesitation. That hesitation is a difficult obstacle but you can overcome it. The anchors or the resistance that keep you from moving forward can only be removed by you.

There comes a time when you must make a decision. Yes, a decision. These are not simple decisions like what to eat for breakfast, or what shoes to wear with your outfit. These are life changing decisions; ones that need to be made in our lives if we want to succeed.

Some of the weightiness may stem from past relationships, unresolved family issues, unresolved personal issues, and the list can go on. These anchors are painful; many times are easier to ignore than address. However, once you confront these obstacles, the burden is lifted and you can breathe again. Believe me, I speak from experience. It’s not worth the torture you put yourself through to wrestle issues that may be out of your control.

Once you face these demons of resistance you will be able to start living. Removing an anchor is a liberating experience. However, you must take the first step. Admit that certain things are keeping you down. I get it—this may well be the hardest and most difficult step in the entire process. But when you get past this step, the next naturally falls into place.

Consider these steps:

Step 1: Acknowledgement. The hardest step, (no one wants to admit to weakness or despair) but the most important.

Step 2: Process. Once your anchors are acknowledged it will take time to process the next step, but this process will help you move forward.

Step 3: Elimination. This step of elimination is what allows you to be the person you were created to be; you will able to breathe, and live your life to the fullest.

Step 4: Allow. The elimination of anchors will not guarantee you success but it will allow you to experience a new life—one still filled with trials and tribulations but one also filled with wonderful experiences that you will learn from.

You can achieve greatness (God promise) but you must take the first step. You must remove the anchors that keep you from succeeding in your relationships, and your life as a whole.

Are you ready?

 

 

Dr. Daisy Sutherland is the Founder/CEO of Dr. Mommy. She is a Doctor of Chiropractic, Author, Radio personality, Speaker, wife & mom to 5 children. Dr. Mommy’s mission is to IME~Inspire, Motivate & Encourage you to achieve balance to succeed in your business, your relationships and most importantly your health. She lives up to this mission with her writings, coaching and speaking engagements, and feels blessed to be given the opportunity to do so.Visit: http://drmommyonline.com.

 

 

 

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