Breakup's can happen all over the place, but it is important to keep moving and not hang around and ruminate. |
The breakup, could be from a job, a relationship, a situation, a train of thought or a long held goal, that isn't going to manifest in the ways you expected.
I had been in Denali National Park, on a bus tour, and the bus stopped to watch a bear below that was hovering over a deer carcass and while this was happening their was a group from National Geographic filming this impromptu event.
What you want to do however, is not hang over the carcass of the breakup as you aren't getting anything out of this.
Reasons for the breakup might include reasons that lend into the idea of being your fault but oftentimes the fault is sticking with the situation, say a job, that was giving you more than enough signs that you should be jumping ship in the first place and your fault is in not paying attention to the how and why of things not going well, or trying to figure out what was fixable by you as opposed to what really wasn't fixable and your job then was to recognize the not so good as being not so good and looking to regroup elsewhere.
Next up though, is looking skyward, not downward for new and real options and opportunities which in fact will be there and not letting the bad vibrations from the previous situation that warranted the breakup to result in being overly cautious about the present and future opportunities.
You want to not hang around over the carcass, get on and move ahead, mentally, physically, emotionally and in your brighter outlok which will give you the headlights to see accurately into new and fresh opportunties that are actually affirming rather than deletories.
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