When a door closes we have a choice - reflect, consider, Hypnosis Bootcamp ask and even pray or we can whine, complain, blame, cry, point fingers or hide but in the end this door closed for a reason - we don't, nor may ever know why it closed at this time or in these circumstances, but what we can do is see it in terms of who we are, what we want, where we are going, where we have been, what we need to learn, where or how we need to change or who or what we need to let out of our life.Instead of asking - why me, why now, why this or why anything how about saying - this is here for a reason - what can I learn, what is this trying to teach me about me and not necessarily teach me about it or you?
On to open doors - First just because a door opens for you, you don't have to go through it. And do you know what the biggest mistake is that most people make when dealing open doors and whether to avoid them or go through them? Think about it. Make it personal. What did you learn or are you learning? Well, I'll save you some time - most people only focus on the short-term benefits versus the long-term consequences of open doors.So, when a door opens how should we react or decide. First of all - ever had a door open before the other one closed? In other words, in a relationship that's not over or been ended but you met someone new you were attracted to? How about a career or job? Ever been offered a new position while you are still in a current one? These are common occurrences that happen to millions of people every day - plus many others that is too long of a list to include, but I'm sure you get my point.