Even though it’s supposed to be a time for celebration Birthdays are also a tangible way to measure the passage of time, which can bring out some grim feelings
Think about the happiest moments in your life, whether with family, on your own, or enjoying a huge success at work. In all honesty, as good as those times were, were you ever truly overwhelmed with 100% pure joy? Let’s say you’re having a wonderful moment with your friends, feeling perhaps more love than you’ve ever felt in your life. Are you happy? For sure. However, can you state with certainty that no emotions of sadness were in your consciousness? Or that a part of your mind didn’t wander off to the fact that tomorrow you’ve got to go out of town? Or that the thought didn’t creep into your awareness that the moment would inevitably end soon?
On your birthday and other days of the year, notice when your mind. “Return to the present and try to disengage from that kind of thinking, You can’t stop your mind, but you could choose to say, This is where I’m at now. This takes some practice but it can be helpful to create a thought log. “Notice when you’re feeling upset and take a step back: What are the thoughts I’m having right now? You probably know yourself well enough to understand what makes you happy, and on your birthday you should do whatever that is. “Try to be authentic with yourself, and figure out: what would really be a way for me to celebrate the fact that I’m alive in this moment, and have this opportunity to have the experience of life. Try not to get caught up in the noise.
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