Discipline for the treatment of grief

Discipline for the treatment of grief

There are several key issues to consider in your grief treatment discipline:

1- What is your discipline for healing grief?

In this moment of your unwanted grief, sadness, and loss, how is your discipline to heal grief?

“Self-discipline begins with mastering your thoughts. If you don’t control what you think, you can’t control what you do. Self-discipline simply allows you to think first and then act.”
~ Napoleon Hill

You are either your own best advocate or your own worst enemy. Realize that you can harm yourself with your careless unchecked negative thoughts. Conversely, positive healing discipline can be your best empowering partner.

2- What do you think?

Let’s be honest. Life has its ups and downs. It has its difficulties.

“A happy life does not consist in the absence, but in the mastery of difficulties.”
~Helen Keller

As you think about your deepest grief and sadness, it is paramount to protect yourself from harmful disappointing thoughts.

“What we think, we become. All that we are comes into being with our thoughts. With our thoughts we make the world.”
~ Buddha

Your silence, your noise, your secret, your private thoughts and how you allow them to influence your actions determine your long-term durability.

“A man is only a product of his thoughts – what he thinks, that becomes.”
~ Mohandas (Mahatma) Gandhi
What are your life goals? Are your thoughts guiding you and keeping you in a favorable direction to heal from your grief?

“Each of us has a sixth sense that is attuned to the dimension of unity in life, which provides us with a means of directing our lives in accordance with our ideas.”
~ Henry Reid

Have you taken the time to evaluate how your thoughts control your life for better or worse? Should you consider an immediate upgrade on your own?

3- What are your questions for the Cheshire Cat?

“One day Alice came to a fork in the road and saw a Cheshire cat in a tree. “Which way shall I take?” she asked. His answer was a question: “Where do you want to go?” “I don’t want to, I don’t know,” answered Alice. “Then,” said the cat, “it doesn’t matter.”
~ Lewis Carroll

Which grief healing path will you take? Your life is different if you know the healing path you will choose and what is deeply important. After that, keeping the canvas your thoughts have painted clear in your mind is very important to your healing. This allows you to manage your actions on a daily basis and do what really matters most.

4- When will you start?

The answer is always “NOW!”
Winnie the Pooh highlights an important understanding to embrace:
“You are braver than you believe, stronger than you look, and smarter than you think.” ~ Winnie the Pooh

Acknowledging Winnie the Pooh’s thoughts that you are actually braver, stronger, and smarter than you imagined in your difficult time of grief and loss is essential to begin healing. There are undiscovered powers within your inner self that you can tap into. Believe, visualize and think about your personal abilities to reconcile your grief and regain your happiness and peace. Your greatest efforts should be to stop grieving and start healing. There is untapped courage within you, harder and sharper strengths that are unique to you. You can draw on them. Search for them – START NOW!

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