You Can Turn Your Mess Into Your Message

your mess is your messageWhen we are in the middle of life’s mess the last thing we think to do is thank the universe…God… for our struggles…for our mess.

Yet it’s through these struggles that our biggest life lessons come.

And honestly your mess is how you came to be here in this world right now!

Have you ever thought that the mess in your life was a gift?

That your mess is your message?

Life gets messy for us all at times. It’s not the experience that makes the difference in our lives it’s what we do with the experience. How we process the lessons and the thoughts we choose to give them.

Let me explain.

We get to choose how we view every “mess” in our life.

We can’t control all our circumstances but we can control what we think and do with them.

We can choose to share a piece of ourselves, and the lessons we have learned as we worked through our, “mess.” Or we can let the mess in our life knock us down and identify us as a victim…. one of life’s bad luck tragedies.

It was through my mess that I learned that the corporate job I worked so hard to achieve was actually not my dream job at all. Like many of us I thought having a corporate job was a dream come true. But through the lessons I learned as I worked through my mess I realized the corporate world did not match my values.

Time freedom and to be able to spend time with the people I love was a core value. The further up the corporate ladder I climbed the less control over my time I had. Honestly I felt trapped.

It became obvious the corporate job wasn’t for me. 

People around me were saying, “stay where it’s safe. You have a great job, you’re crazy to give it up.”

The lessons I learned, and the courage I discovered going through my mess, gave me the strength to say, “no more.”

It takes courage to be empowered by your mess. But what an amazing life when you do!

Here is the fun part. Here is what I learned.

  • When I realized my mess was my message and opened up and let people in an amazing thing happened!
  • I discovered that my purpose and happiness was part of my mess.
  • I learned I could create a business out of my mess and make a big difference all at the same time.
  • I learned that once you share your message you never go back. Once the journey of empowerment and self-discovery is opened it changes you forever!

 

What a gift!

 

Here is the deal… Your life experiences have value. People are waiting on you and your message. Trust that within you is your courage to rise up and get moving along your path.

Click Here and we will show you how to live without regret, share your experiences and create a business out of your mess!

 

To Your Life Without Limits,

Live a life without limits

Elena & Jean

 

P.S. What if you could create a business out of your mess and make a big difference at the same time? If that Feels Right to You Click Here and Book a Discovery Session.

6 replies
  1. Jens R. Woinowski (@leanself)
    Jens R. Woinowski (@leanself) says:

    Self-empowerment starts with introspection…

    Thank you for your clear analysis. Understanding mess as a symptom for value mismatch is so brilliant!

    I know some people with a lot of mess in their homes and lives, I wonder what happened with their values…

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  2. The Goddess Guide
    The Goddess Guide says:

    It sounds like this experience for you was a catalyst to making some powerful transformations in your life. Not only is a mess a symptom for values mismatch, but it’s also a sign that you are fighting against your own natural flow – in other words, battling against yourself. A number of women attempt to be all things for all people, and we all cave under other people’s expectations of who and what we should be. I have found whenever I’ve had messes in my life, not only was there a mismatch in values, but also a mismatch in my congruence with my higher self. My goals, values mind, body and spirit were all out of alignment with my natural state of flow. I talk about this in one of my first podcasts on The Goddess Show. Thank you for this winning perspective. It gave me a great deal to think about! Namaste!

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  3. Diane Marie
    Diane Marie says:

    I so related to your article as I read it. Having been in corporate America for over 30 years and being stressed out to the point of creating health issues, I left as well. My journey has been interesting but I would not want to do anything else than what I am doing right now. I love my freedom, the clients I get to work with and the field I am in. God gave me my mess so that I could learn from it and help others.

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  4. Jeanmarie Bills
    Jeanmarie Bills says:

    It is so amazing that what can seem like a problem or difficulty can become a lesson and life altering change into something that we love.

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