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Your Life Matters

Perhaps you are aware that on some level you believe your life does not matter, or that your part in life is insignificant. You may ask yourself the question, ‘what can I do on my own to make the world a happier place?’

If this thought resonates within you, maybe it is time to explore why you feel this way. You may have formed self-rejecting or belittling beliefs as a child to keep yourself safe or to help you make sense of confusing situations. You may have felt unseen or unheard and decided that there was something wrong with you. Spend some time looking into where these feelings of insignificance first took root and see what changes you might be able to make in your life and in your heart.

It can be easy sometimes to buy into the illusion of our own insignificance. Every single one of us matters. Our very existence affects countless people in countless ways. Think of how many lives you have touched with your kindness, and your goodness. And because we are each essentially a microcosm of the larger universe, our internal experiences affect the whole of life more than we could ever imagine. The world simply could not exist as it does now if you, or any one of us, were not in it.

This one belief in your own unimportance could be limiting you and impacting your life in many ways. When you change your perceptions around your own ability to affect your life and impact the world, you may discover wonderful

parts of yourself that you had long ago forgotten. There may even be exciting new parts that you never even knew existed. When you gain awareness of how much your life really does matter, new sources of energy can emerge and your sense of connection with the world is renewed and restored.

Living life to the full is achieved by caring for ourselves physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. You are not here by accident. You are not a mistake. You are on the right planet. You are not here for the kids, the career or the mortgage. You are here to make the journey of your life via the kids, the career and the mortgage. The journey matters more than the destination.

I encourage you to think about the way you live – what you believe, how you behave, how you treat your body – and to make positive changes. In today’s fast-paced world, we tend to search for happiness outside ourselves. We convince ourselves that if other people change, if we have more or better possessions, if life were more supportive – we believe that all of these things will make us happier. Recognise your value and change your thinking to know that your life matters and that you are an important part of this universe. Happiness awaits!



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