The Solution To Your Problem May Be Right In Front Of You – Don’t Miss Out On It.

I’ve seen many people asking and seeking for solutions to their problem to show up. Sometimes, weeks, months, and even years pass by before a good and satisfying solution will show up.

Why is that?

It's because the biggest problem that most of us face when we have a problem is that we are so consumed and focused on the problem. So much so, that even when a solution is showing up, we are NOT available to even notice that it has shown up.

And that's where we spend precious time, money, and energy on the problem.

Butterfly-rise above

Think about it for a moment. Would you rather put your time, money, and energy into thinking about your problems or would you rather put your resources into the solution?

Here is my best tip for you.

Decide that from now on, every time you have a problem, you do this:

1. Identify the problem. That's an important part. If you have an addiction to caffeine, if you can't sleep well at night, if you are not pleased with the way you look, if you are lonely and would like to be in a meaningful relationship, if your stomach is bloated, if your income is not sufficient, or whatever it is, just recognize it, identify it, and name it.

It's OK TO Get Frustrated,
You Just Don't Want To Stay Frustrated For Too Long.

2. Embrace a solution oriented focus. I'll have to explain this one through an example. If the problem is that you can’t sleep well at night. 

A Problem Oriented Focus would be:
Talking about the problem, thinking about the problem, complaining about it and being a victim or feeling helpless and feeding the problem, both mentally and emotionally.
 – “I can’t sleep well”, “I don’t know what to do about this problem,” “It’s been going on for a long time,” I’m tired, I didn’t sleep well again.”

A Solution Oriented Focus would be:
Taking action towards resolving it (vs. complaining or feeling helpless about it).
Visualizing how your life will look and especially feel like when the problem is no longer a problem.
Basking in faith that the problem has a solution and believing that there is a solution and it is showing up.

Solution oriented thinking and speaking:
“Let’s see what I can do about it,” (i.e. – “I can stop watching TV at least an hour before going to sleep and do something relaxing.”)
“What can I do to improve/let go or change in order to be able to sleep better?”

Start fresh

When you have a problem, any kind of problem, acute or minute, put your focus on the solution and not on the problem.

The truth is that there is always a solution to our problems. It's just that we get into that stress, worry, being overwhelmed, or stuck mode; where we think that we have bumped into a dead end and there is no road beyond, but in reality that's not true.

After all, we create our own reality, and we also get an opportunity with every problem that we face, to create a new reality. We either take the opportunity or we leave it.

The only thing facing a problem with a no apparent solution, is that it is up to us to pave that patch of road in order to get back on track to a happy, healthy, prosperous, and peaceful life with everything that is in between.

When You Shift Your Attention To A Solution Oriented Focus, You Will Start Noticing Solutions Right In Front Of You, Sometimes Right Under Your Nose. 

The possibility keeps me going

Try this out, come back and let me know how it goes. And if you need help, feel free to reach out.

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Wishing you many blessings and much love and may you experience freedom, health, prosperity, happiness and love, every day you are living on this earth.




Sigal Zoldan 
Your Guide From Pain To Freedom.

Founder of Infinite Realities International –
Holistic Healing

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