Albert Einstein said, “We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.”

It is normal to feel disappointed, sad, hopeful, confused, angry and a variety of emotions when there is someone or something in your life that is unfixable.

I remember speaking to a client who was a billionaire and could offer the world to his adult child. The 35 year old daughter was schizophrenic and was living in the street because that was her wish. His job was to accept and trust that she would be ok. After years of working through his heartache and letting go constantly, Melanie finally found her way without his help to a healer who’s teachings sunk in and brought her to a stable place where she has remained for the last ten years.

When we look at our lives, no matter how blessed we feel, there is something that gnaws at us that is unfixable. I love the quote from Einstein because changing up our thinking helps us feel and act differently toward the situation. It is an empowering thought-form. By simply releasing our attachment to what we want and sifting quickly through our emotions we can end up in a healthy and light-filled place.

I like to call it the I A M process:
Identify the feeling
Accept the feeling
Manage the feeling

Always with the intention of ending up allowing the Divine Nature of things to support a positive outcome.

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