Big signs you’re in the right place.
Knowing that you are right where you are supposed to be isn’t the easiest task. In fact, it’s a process. Too many of us are waiting for something big to change in our lives so that we can finally say we’re in the right place in life. You might think if my circumstances suddenly changed, if my life was like the people around me or if I had the answers to life, I’d have a life truly worth living. However, being where you’re supposed to be has nothing to do with how others are living or what people are doing for you. Living the life you’re supposed to live starts from within. The quickest way to living a life you love is through learning to love the life you live. In order to determine if you’re staying on course, it begins with you. Here are 25 signs you are right where you’re supposed to be.
1. When Your Life is Balanced
People who are right where they are supposed to be live balanced lives. Living a balanced life will help you feel calm and grounded. To be balanced means that you have a handle on the various elements of your life and don’t feel that your heart or mind is being pulled too hard in any direction. People who are balanced, more often than not feel calm, grounded, clear-headed and motivated. It’s important that you find internal and external balance. Some people focus more on external things, like work, relationships and actives and pay very little attention to what is going on inside their heart and mind and vice versa. Make sure that both of these areas are balanced. If either side is taken to an extreme, something that is intended to be positive can end up being detrimental.
2. You’re letting yourself feel. You’re no longer numb; you take interest in things. You ask questions, want to explore and have new experiences. You cry, laugh, worry, and feel joy when the moment calls for it. You have regained a healthy range of feeling capacity.
3. When You Focus on Your Plan
Many of us get caught up in trying to figure out what our lives are supposed to look like, but we don’t pay attention to the signals that are telling us where we’re supposed to be. Even if you don’t have a formal plan, you have a life plan in your head. We all do. We have an imagined future in our heads. Planning isn’t always a bad thing. Without plans, little of enduring value gets accomplished. But the reality is, there are many times our dreams for our lives are not in line with our current circumstances. In fact, there are many times when our plans for ourselves get messed up. Sometimes the reason is letting our ego get in the way. We feel like we must have everything figured out before we can make a move. When we do this, we are not moving according to our life plan. A big sign that we are right where we’re supposed to be is when we’re comfortable with the road we’re traveling on. We focus on the plan we’ve created and are comfortable with where it’s leading us.
4. Things have just seemed to work out, even though you were scared or anxious that they wouldn’t. Coincidences are the Universe’s way of communicating with you. The best way to know whether or not you’re on the right path is by how well the world is responding to your effort. As the proverb goes: “Move and the way will open.”
5. When you see other people’s successes, you think: “That’s their path,” not “Why don’t I have that, too?” The happier you are with your life, the less you want other people’s. The happier you are with your decisions, the less you need other people to be.
6. When You Focus on Hope Over Fear
Another sign that you’re right where you’re supposed to be is when fear is not a focus in our lives. Too often, we allow fear to paralyze us but a person who is right where they’re supposed to be is comfortable with their life. If you’re struggling with fear, it’s important that you pinpoint the fear that’s plaguing you. This could be your weight, body image, finances, love life, career, dreams or yourself. Hold it up to the light out your awareness. It’s time to get super real. Ask yourself honestly: Is this thought really true? Can I know for sure? Is there another way of looking at this? What would the highest version of me say about this? Remember, the word thought is not synonymous with the word truth. In other words, your thoughts are not necessarily true or important and you don’t have to take them so seriously. Think of them like passing cloud in the sky – they come and they go. Your true self is an observer who watches your fear-based thoughts as they pass by.
7. When You Practice Gratitude
A person who practices gratitude is surely where they’re supposed to be because they recognize how fortunate and blessed they are to be where they are. The benefits of practicing gratitude are endless. People who regularly practice gratitude by taking time to notice and reflect upon the things they’re thankful for experience more positive emotions, feel more alive, and express more compassion and kindness than those who don’t. If you want to love the life you have, ask yourself daily what things you are grateful for. Remember, gratitude doesn’t have to be reserved only for momentous occasions. Yes, you might express gratitude after receiving a promotion at work, but you can also show your thankfulness for something as simple as making it to work this morning.
8. Your relationships have shifted. You may find that you just “click” with people better than you ever had, or that you and your parents are closer than ever. Maybe you realized that you weren’t trying hard enough with your significant other, and have worked on rectifying that. Either way, your relationships are a reflection of your relationship to yourself, and their health is related to your own.
9. You’re more interested with being at peace than you are being “happy.” You’re no longer just chasing highs. Perhaps surprisingly, what makes you feel the best is when your business is in order, your work is handled, your wellbeing is prioritized. You are more interested in building a peaceful homeostasis than constantly running from your anxiety.
10. Your fear no longer motivates you, your vision for the future does. You can have goals without stressing about the fact that you haven’t achieved them yet. You are no longer a slave to the ways that you haven’t lived up to your standards. You take things one day at a time.
11. When You Accomplish Your Goals
One of the biggest signs you are where you’re supposed to be is when you’ve accomplished the goals you’ve set for yourself. What goals and desires do you have that you’re not living out? If you want to live a life you love, you must accomplish the goals you’ve set for yourself. It’s also important to have a teachable spirit. You couldn’t imagine the levels of success you can achieve when you possess this. Once you’ve done the work to identify your goals and the specific steps you can take to achieve them, there are a variety of things you can do to increase the chances you have to achieve these goals. One of these things is keeping your goals on hand. Think of your goals often and keep them in mind when making decisions in your life.
12. When You Let Go of Distractions
Your mind can be your worst enemy when it comes to getting where you’re supposed to be. A person who is where they’re supposed to be will let go of the mental distractions in their life. If you can make it harder for your mind to focus on things that could cause fear, you’ll be less able to trigger symptoms that cause the feelings of anxiety. Distract yourself all day with activities you enjoy, phone calls, positive music, comedy on television and other things that don’t cause anxiety but still distract your mind. One really effective activity is walking. Walking around helps with blood glow and provides you with visual and mental stimulation. It also reduces some of the adrenaline in your bloodstream which is important for keeping your anxiety away. Another effective activity is writing out your thoughts. Your mind has a tendency to focus on thoughts when you have them because it’s trying to get you to pay attention to them. But the mind also relaxes when it knows you’ve already recorded those thoughts.
13. You can do things that seemed impossible just a few years ago. Whether that’s something big like having moved to a new city, traveled, switched career fields, or something small like wearing your hair naturally, cooking each day or having money in savings, you can identify ways in which you’re proud to have grown over the past few years.
14. You spend more time trying to enjoy the moment than avoid the moment.
When you want to be more present for what’s happening in your life than you want to just distract yourself until it all passes, you’re learning what it means to truly live.
15. You worry about what other people think significantly less than you used to. Because you’re more satisfied with yourself, you’re less preoccupied with making sure that other people approve and validate you.
16. You’re a bit more mindful of your mortality. You enjoy your life because you know that it won’t last forever. You maintain a degree of detachment – you don’t get lost in the fear that you’re stuck where you are or that things will never change. You know that your time is limited, and you want to spend it wisely.
17. You understand why you made the mistakes you did in the past. To admit that you’ve made mistakes is the first degree of self-awareness. But when you understand what motivated you to make those mistakes, you’re ready to change your life for good.
18. You have a clearer idea of what you would want the future to hold, even if you aren’t sure how you’ll get there. The future isn’t this terrifying abyss of the unknown anymore. The more you are conscious of your values, the more that you can identify how you’d like to incorporate them into your life.
19. You feel less of a need to judge people and argue with them pointlessly. The more you genuinely like yourself and your life, the less you feel the need to pick apart other people’s. The more confident and assured you feel, the less you manically want to prove yourself as being smart or superior or “right” all the time.
20. You’re so afraid of losing what you have, you’re resisting it a little bit. When you take a step back, you recognize that you basically have one if not many things that you could only have ever dreamt of having. If you aren’t fully immersing yourself in that reality, it’s actually a good sign: it means you care so much that you’re afraid of losing it. Of course, you do have to get over it eventually, but just know that fear is almost always a sign you’re headed in the right direction, not the wrong one.
21. You’ve taken responsibility for your life. Your primary goal is to make sure that you can take care of yourself and potentially, the people you love and care about most. You honor a budget, take care of your health, take pride in doing your work well.
22. You’re doing things you want to do more than things you feel like you need to do. When you can choose what you do with your time, you always opt for what you genuinely want rather than what you feel you’re expected to do.
23. You’re not afraid to be alone. Even if you don’t prefer it, you’re not so scared that you’re staying around the wrong people.
24. You can communicate more effectively. If you don’t want to go somewhere, you aren’t afraid to say “No, thank you though!” You aren’t afraid to speak up when in the face of intolerance or prejudice. You can articulate your needs. Your sense of self no longer hinges on whether or not everybody likes you all the time.
25. When You Become Your Own Authority
Finally, a great sign that you are where you’re supposed to be is when you become your own authority. Trying to live the life you love may not be an easy task. Pursuing your dreams can prove to be more difficult than you had ever imagined. The good thing is you have to the authority over your life. This doesn’t mean you will automatically know how much time it will take you to get where you want to go. You may not have realized how long you would have to keeping paying the price of your own happiness as a result of the many demands placed upon your life. But what determines the successful from the mediocre is the ability to take authority over their tiresome times, deeply believing that the payoff of their hard work will make the times of great sacrifice well worth it.
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