Have you ever gotten the feeling you just don't want to do anything. No matter how much you think about it, and how much it knawels at you mentally.
Your mind just fights it so much.
Maybe it's just me. Maybe it's just this week it's hit me harder than most.
Not sure why, but this week I have struggled to finish projects and tasks that I have set out before myself. They aren't huge tasks that scare me to even consider getting into. They are small daily tasks that I guess are more maintenance and seem monotonous.
The tasks even seem more insignificant in the grander scheme of life. When you boil life down to what you need to survive, and what you need to be happy. Some of these tasks don't even register.
Maybe that's why I continually have a difficult time completing them. Because when the day is all said and done. I am not going to die because these tasks aren't done. Yet in the back of my mind I know that they are a stepping stone to what I want in my life.
Do I need to complete these tasks to get where I want to be in my life? Possibly not, but right now that is what I think since I have them as tasks to complete.
Many would say (and i've said this to other people as well). "Doesn't sound like your motivation and your why is very strong."
Which could be true. It could also be the universe trying to tell me that these tasks aren't important to what I truly want my life to be like.
This is the point in time where I would work with my clients who are in this funk to do some soul searching. I would recommend and come up with a plan to meditate, to journal, to simply babble to yourself until everything is out. Get everything out of your head, and start fresh. Start new.
With a fresh mind you have the ability to see what pops in your mind first. When you start to focus on what you want your life to be. When you focus on your why's and what you are doing this all for. You will start to see the "cream rise to the top." as they say.
I has certainly been a different week for me. Maybe it's been that way for you. I invite you to hide yourself away. Tell the people you love that you are doing this so they don't get suspicious and think weird thoughts. Let them know you need time to yourself to collect yourself, and figure out your path.
You are on the right path, but from time to time there is fog that rolls in and it's hard to see where the path leads to. There is nothing wrong with stopping yourself on your journey. Wait for the fog to clear before you continue forward.