Practical Guide to Happenstance aka ‘there is no such thing as an accident”

By August 4, 2015Articles

9yhyn7nnzuLife would be much simpler if we all agreed to agree that there is no such thing as an accident, and that everything happens for a reason. Whether it is a minor fender bender into the back of someone’s car or an annoying little stone in your shoe, they are all signs that are in place to lead you towards a path that would be more beneficial than the path that you are currently on. Everything is intentionally designed just for you so that you can alter your headspace, turn negative thought patterns into a positive ones and promote wellbeing and growth in all aspects of your life. By giving these moments a little more thought when they come up, you will find that you can rely on your own inner guidance anywhere you happen to be, and go on to adjust the things in your life that will ensure that you are giving the present moment the very best attention that it deserves.

This is the least common, yet it is the most serious and direct assault to the body. It is a call for immediate action, as you would have been straying towards an area that is not best suited for you in terms of growth. A sharp slap, intended as a wakeup call would have been needed to stop you in your tracks to make you think hard about your goals and what it is you should actually be doing.
In most cases, it is the location that can give you the answers that you seek. If it is at home, then there is a need to re-evaluate your thought processes at that given moment in time. There is an area that you are heading towards that will not provide you with the long term comfort and fulfillment that you require for a beneficial outcome. Personal in nature, because in a way it is showing you that the situation at home – or someone in the home, is leading you towards a path that is not ideal. It is connected to someone else’s expectations that you are meeting, and not your own. It is usually the direction in which your life is taking, as it would need to be adjusted with your own growth in mind. Not what the ideals or the constraints of ‘home’ adhere to, but what you adhere you. This is showing you that you are not clear about what direction it is that you should be taking, and that you may be letting other factors guide your course for you.

Bumping your head outside of the home is an indication that you are looking externally for answers and solutions. You would be straying quite far from your path, and more thought needs to be given to your mental and spiritual security, which can only ever come from within. There is a need to remove yourself from any outside interference, and give yourself the time and energy to nurture your strengths and give yourself a new direction with which to go in.

In both instances, a bump on the head is in place to provide yourself with the inclination to make new goals.

This is attributed towards the structure of your day and the mindset involved. Your mind for example, will be on more personal affairs whilst at work and vice versa. You are literally leading yourself away by the elbow; and sufficient time off from either will help you to make the necessary adjustments required to bring about balance, so where it occurs is quite telling.

Hitting or stubbing your toe is a sign that you are charging ahead with a thought that may not be of the best ilk. It is often judgmental in nature, with a little dose of unnecessary resentment and blame thrown in. This is a little push to shake you out of it, and to give you the opportunity to take a look at why you have chosen this method of thinking and what measures you can take to adopt a kinder and more thoughtful attitude towards the situation or recipient of your thoughts.

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