I need resolution.
(Situation: A particular issue in my life.)
Is it true?
Can you be certain it’s true?
What happens, how do you react, when you have that belief?
I see it as a problem.
I see it as something that can and needs to be resolved.
There is a sense of pushing, wanting and trying to find a solution.
I feel dissatisfied, uncomfortable, impatient.
I feel alternately hopeful and hopeless.
I hope God will show me the way.
I seek advice, and feel disappointed when I don’t get it or it doesn’t feel right.
I feel lost.
I sometimes have trouble sleeping.
I distract myself through internet, movies, food, entertainment.
I think that others have it easier than me, others have less challenges, others have the solution.
I am uncomfortable in my own skin, in my life.
I dream of a different life. I think my life will be better if this is solved.
I wait for a solution. I wait to be shown the way. I am less engaged.
I sometimes feel I know the way, and blame myself for hesitating, for stopping myself with fears and beliefs.
Who would you be without the thought, I need resolution?
At peace with what’s here.
Engaged with what’s here.
Taking care of myself.
** Not looking for a big resolution or the resolution.**
I don’t need resolution.
I am alive, breathe, eat, live.
The only place I can find the idea of problem/resolution is in my thinking. It’s not in the situation.
Taking care of myself is enough.
Taking care of myself in a very simple, ordinary way is enough.
I need it to stay the same.
It may show me something.
It may show me how I stop myself by holding onto certain thoughts as true.
** It may show me that taking care of myself – in a simple, ordinary way – is enough. **
Resolution needs me.
The resolution needs me to support it.
It needs me to be available to it.
It needs me to live it.
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I need a big resolution.
There is one specific resolution.
I need to find the one resolution.
Others have it easier than me.
Others have less challenges.
Others have found the solution for their own life.
It’s a problem to be solved. (Something I perceive as a problem in my life.)
It’s a problem. It has a solution. It needs to be solved. I need it to be solved.
It’s a test. I can fail.
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