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What Changes Do I Need to Make in My Life?

A huge part of the recovery process entails reflecting on where we’ve been holding ourselves back, what beliefs and thought patterns have been hurting us, what emotional responses, behaviors and choices have been limiting us and restricting our growth. Without undertaking this important process of self-reflection and introspection, we’ll only continue to hurt ourselves and contribute to our unwellness. We’ll remain stuck in patterns that fuel our addictions and compound our mental health issues. We’ll be unable to extricate ourselves from the recurring cycles of pain and self-destructiveness that have been keeping us from living the lives we want to live. As we’re recovering from our addictions, we’ll want to ask ourselves, “What changes do I need to make in my life in order to get well?”

Change is a scary but necessary part of our evolution. Without change, we can’t grow. We transform ourselves from within when we take the time to learn from our past mistakes, from the things we wish we had done differently, from the things that no longer serve us. What things do I need to shed in order to be happy and free? Maybe we’re clinging to toxic limiting beliefs about our ability to recover. Maybe we’ve been telling ourselves we’re not strong enough to get better, not good enough to deserve happiness, not powerful enough to reclaim our lives from our addictions. What do I need to remove from my life, such as sources of negativity and toxicity, in order to create space for my desires to manifest? What things do I need to start doing in order to feel content and at peace within myself? Maybe we need to commit energy to self-care and spiritual practice. What things do I need to stop doing – i.e. all of the ways in which we unconsciously self-sabotage and self-destruct? What relationships need to end? What boundaries do I need to establish and maintain with the people in my life? How do I need to treat myself differently?

The changes we make function as catalysts for our healing. They can be the fuel to the fire of our manifestation. They can be a source of motivation for us as we continue to do the hard work of recovering from our illnesses. We can see change as a scary thing, and we can continue to resist it, or we can embrace it openly and wholeheartedly in order to receive all the blessings that are in store for us when we finally push through our fear of change.

Are you ready to take the first step on your journey to recovery? Call The Guest House today! 855-483-7800.