Acknowledge your bewilderment.
It means you’re about to learn something. It means you’re about to grow. It
means you’re about to add value to yourself.
Interestingly, the word “bewilder” comes from Latin wildeoren, which is the
exact same root word of “wilderness.” Cool! Maybe a flash of
bewilderment is an invitation to go on an inner safari.
So, next time it happens, grab your mental machete and do as follows:
Second: Silently give thanks for this moment.
Third: Write down everything you feel.
Fourth: Breathe some more.
Fifth: Re-read everything you wrote.
Sixth: Do something about it. Whip that idea into shape.
What do you need to acknowledge?
How long do you STAY ignorant?
And how are you alchemizing your bewilderments into beginnings?
This is an excerpt from Live your Name by Scott Ginzeberg. If you are interested in his writing he is giving away his books on download. Check it out at http://www.stealscottsbooks.com/