What messes up your life is the seed of your wisdom

by | April 30, 2021

What messes up your life is the seed of your wisdom
What messes up your life is the seed of your wisdom!

Use your problems as your guide to your growth.

If you feel messed up, take a step back and study yourself, especially the inner stories you spin.

Don’t just believe them.

Don’t fall under their spell.

And don’t try to meditate them away by blissing out in order to detach from your problems.

Why? Because doing so dissociates you from your growth process.

Use mindfulness and self reflection to work on your issues, not to run from them.

Ask yourself these questions:

What kind of wisdom would you need to overcome your problem?

Can you imagine (see and feel) what having this wisdom would be like?

What stops you from accessing and acting on this wise part of yourself?

Your problem is the beginning of your enlightenment!

Dr. Zwig

©2021 Dr. Adam Zwig

Meet Dr. Adam Zwig—psychologist-musician, educator, and author. He holds a PhD in clinical psychology, has had 9 Top Ten hit singles on the U.S Adult Contemporary charts, and is an internationally renowned workshop leader and lecturer. He has been featured on Billboard, SiriusXM Radio, CBS Radio, and many other stations, and in People Magazine, Pollstar, and many other publications. Dr. Zwig has released 7 albums, has songs on NBC, Fox, and Fuel TV, and has garnered over 130 million views on YouTube. His forthcoming book, Music in the Mayhem: Tales of Total Transformation from a Rock n Roll Psychologist, shows how life problems are not pathological but rather personal growth processes trying to happen. His podcast, The Dr. Zwig Show, posts new episodes every Wednesday.

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