Your life won’t change until you assume full responsibility. Your ability to respond, isn’t a way of just accepting blame, but it’s rather assuming your ability to respond to all situations. Finding an empowering meaning, solving reasons for whatever happens to you.
The biggest challenge that most face in the times that we live in, is the sensation that our lives are spiraling out of control. The feeling that the events and circumstances of our lives has pulled us polar, down a torturous road that we have no control over.
All the wrong doings and misfortunes that brought us to this moment in time. The truth being that our life won’t change until and unless we begin to assume full responsibility for it.
Taking Full Responsibility
Responsibility of our good and bad habits, our ability for being accountable and not for accepting or laying blame on everyone else. But instead, accepting responsibility to answer and react to all situations.
It’s absolutely critical to realize and then accept it’s not the actual events of our life, but how we respond to them, which will create and shape the outcome of our destiny.
You’re not a creature of circumstance, while you have the ability to consciously decide what things mean, and how you respond to them. You are the only one who can take you where you’re wanting to go in life.
To Take Accountability
Responsibility isn’t a skill that you need to learn somewhere, but it’s something that you already possess. All you need is to assume this power, which begins with you not placing fault on others, but rather on yourself.
Most want to remain immune and conditioned to blame others for the areas of their lives which isn’t working. But once you take full responsibility, you’re putting yourself back in charge, you’re assuming the steering wheel of your life.
What you’re then doing is controlling and directing your life down the path you want to go. Ultimately, it’s not the conditions of your life, but instead it’s your decisions once you find out what works. What you’re wanting to do, creates the path of your life.
Creating The Path
When you become fully responsible, you recognize that you’re the creator of your decisions. You do so by subconsciously reacting, the meaning and emotions which you’ve attached to the events and circumstances.
Only once you begin to accept responsibility for everything that happens in your life, you can then begin to remove and recreate things the way you truly want.
If you constantly keep blaming others, you’ll remain bound because you’ll always rely on someone or something to be responsible for the way you feel or act, allowing someone to dictate the state of your life.
So you consciously need to unfold your arms, get out of the shadows and assume control, this by directing your life to where you want it to go instead of going with the flow.
Your Only Choices
There are only two choices in your current life that you’re able to control, the conscious and the subconscious one.
You can choose to be either directed by the circumstances and events of your life, and allow the raft to take you wherever it’s going, or you can firmly place both hands on the controls and assume charge.
Although you can’t control every event in your life, you can decide what the events means to you, and how you’re going to respond to them.
Whenever anything happens to you, you need to somehow respond to it, this in order to create the outcome that you want.
Most will respond to cultural hypnosis and pass the responsibility to someone else, then feel that their life is out of control, because they haven’t taken full responsibility.
Creating Your Own World
Once you assume full responsibility, you take charge and then an internal shift occurs in your thinking patterns. This therapy isn’t then just a dormant part of your life, it becomes everything, as winning and losing are just a few fractions apart.
By learning to direct and control your mind, you then choose what things mean while choosing your response, known as your responsibility. No one can ever tell you to be responsible, as it’s an internal switch you control.
The Empowerment Of Control
Being responsible doesn’t mean you’re passing off blame or self pity, but instead you live in a place of power where you’re fully responsible for what happens, and are responsible for everything that’s about to occur.
This begins with managing your past experiences, as with responsibility, you need to reinvent it. You want to use your past as life lessons and extract what you’ve learned into the future. Right or wrong, there’s a lesson there somewhere.
What you need is to find acceptance, as it’s never too late to repair and relive your childhood when you’re older. You find and understand the meaning of whatever life gives you.
Being Solely Responsible
What being responsible means is that you’re in charge, that you call all the shots. No one else is in control of your destiny, as you’re the only one you can blame.
Then you can turn your problems into opportunities, as an ordinary life becomes extraordinary. You can then allow the environment steer your life, or you can seize control and take responsibility for everything that happens to you.
Your can then place your life on remote control, only if you allow and perceive it to be. By being responsible, you can transport yourself anywhere you want to go.
You are now then the only one at the helm who’s directing the course. You can’t control the wind, but you can direct your sails.