Your thoughts create your reality, understanding that is the first step towards fixing your lack of interest in life. Hi everyone, thanks for reading. If you have been reading this site for a while now you know how I believe personal development is integral to finding a fulfilling relationship. Our lives are made up of 4 main areas: Financial, Career, Personal Development, and Relationships (romantic, friendship, family, that sort of thing). Often, when unhappiness sets in, we feel a void in our life. Something is missing and where not sure what. Instead of staring into that void directly to see what is actually missing. We go looking for a quick fixes to fill that void in our lives by sometimes amplifying one other area of our life to make up for the lack in another. This is what I mean:
Financial: If only I was rich, then I could be happy.
Career: If only I worked for that >brand name< company, then I could be on the career track I want.
Personal Development: I’m sitting here trying to attract aforementioned money and attract aforementioned job, so where the heck is my stuff!? This doesn’t work!
Relationships: If only he loved me, then everything would be good. If only things worked out with her, I could have been the happiest man on earth.
This void in life is dangerous stuff, not simply because it is a source of unhappiness that causes pain and frustration, but more so because it causes a lack of interest for your life.
Lack of Interest is What is Holding You Back
Bear with me since this will take a little explaining for you to understand properly. Apathy is our word for that feeling of indifference, that lack of feeling for anything positive. It is this state that I believe why so many struggle to find love and happiness. Love and happiness is only found when you take steps towards becoming your higher self, which is just another way of saying “become the best that you can be”. To attract the best, you need to become the best. But your not just going to become the best you can be by sitting around with a lack of interest, and lack of passion for living. Read More…