You might have heard (and it might have been even from me) that the source of the most life limits is our mind.
I mean the limits that we are creating (or were created by our parents) and which we can affect – in the sense of why something is not possible or why it should not be possible.
For example: You have a job. Job that you somehow like. You are making good money and everything is going well. You’re working 40 hours a week and you have those “perfect” 5 weeks off during the year. Then you got some food stamps and it´s only few minutes by a tram to get to work. Your flat is in the center of Prague. And you are somehow satisfied with your partner and maybe planning to have a baby. You could say that you live a nice life and everything works as you want it.
But wait! In your perfect image it looks little bit different: You have a job you love. It is your hobby, and when you work you are having fun and you are constantly creating something that won´t stop being great. You are your own boss and creator of your own life. If you want to go for a holiday, you just go and you don’t need to wait and count how many days you can afford to skip from work. It is only up to you when you work and also from where. You are where you wanna be – you miss sun in a cold winter? You go and find a nice warm beach. You miss snowy mountains? So you just go and find them. You share a life with your partner where you simply push and help each other to be a better team. You see that everything works and you have new plans for future.
I’ve just told you two different views, that you can perceive your life with. I am not saying that one is the right one and the other is wrong.
But evidently one gives you much more freedom and life energy, don’t you think?
And that’s exactly the life I have chosen when I went to work to Asia.
I threw away all those grounding limits and went for something I was sure that exists and works.
Even though I was mainly satisfied with all I had, I wanted to live more fully and freely.