The Path of Least Resistance: Why You Should Embrace This Concept.

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If you’re not at peace within yourself, the outside world will never feel like home. You can’t find your way to inner freedom if you don’t know where to start. There are many ways to find inner peace and cultivate happiness, but most require a lot of hard work, patience, and commitment. What if I told you there was an easier way? A journey of self-discovery that is as easy as 1-2-3.

And it all starts by identifying your blocks and turning things upside down.

What if what you think is true is NOT true?

A personal journey of self-discovery doesn’t have to be a long and arduous task. In fact, it can be as easy as following these three steps:

1) Identify your inner blocks

2) scramble what you think is true for you

3) observe what you attract

Identify your inner blocks

What are your inner blocks? They are the thoughts, beliefs, or feelings that unknowingly prevent you from living a fulfilling life.

Some common blocks include fear of failure, fear of rejection, fear of not being good enough, and fear of death.

But how can you identify them?

One way is to complete this sentence: “ I want _____ but I am afraid because ____”. Once you’ve identified your blocks, you can work on them.

Let us take an example: I want to create a better relationship with my partner but if I express my feelings I might be hurt and end up rejected.

Scramble what you think is true for you

I think we can all agree that what we think is true for us is not always the same as what’s true. If you want to create a more fulfilling life, it’s time to take a second look at your thinking and make sure it aligns with your goals.

Let us take the same example:

I want to create a better relationship with my partner but if I express my feelings I might be hurt and end up rejected.

How can you scramble this belief?

Ask: Is this true?

What are the facts?

If you express your feelings and you are hurt, is that the end of the relationship? Are you a bad person for expressing yourself? Is it possible to learn from this experience and improve your communication skills in future relationships?

What if I refuse to express my feelings because I am afraid of rejection and I end up resentful?


What if this belief is not true. What if it’s just a story I made up based on past experiences that don’t apply to me anymore?

What would happen if it was true? How can I prove that it’s not true?

If you really want to create a better relationship with your partner, is it worth risking being rejected or hurt at times in order to take that chance to express yourself?

What if expressing your emotions and expressing them might be a chance for growth, space, and happiness for both of you?

This might sound like a lot of work on paper, but really it just means asking yourself the hard questions and then making the necessary changes. The truth will set you free!

Know what you want to create and put it in writing.

If you don’t know what you want, you will end up with what you get . . . and that’s not always pretty. Ask yourself the tough questions and make a list of your dreams for the relationship. What do you want your relationship to look like? What do you want it to be for your business, family, and body?

We all know when we are not happy in our relationships, but most of us don’t take the time to examine why we’re unhappy or what we want out of our relationships. If we did this, I believe most of us would be able to create the kind of relationships that would truly make us happy

Take away: “Chissenefrega” is the way

It’s time to let go of excuses and say “chissenefrega”, (*who cares in Italian slang language) to your inner voice and objections that want to keep you small in your inner blocks.

  1. My 3-step process is easy to follow and repeatable in all areas of life:
  2. Identify your block or fear (or inner story).
  3. Scramble the meaning of what you think is true.
  4. Create an ideal vision for yourself, aligned with your values.

Download my ebook and start doing it now, one step at the time.

Discover how to let go in 3 easy steps and create the life that you desire!

My motto is: "Every day do something to make your heart laugh". I help people get in touch with their "Meraki", a word that modern Greeks often use to describe "doing something with the soul, creativity or love". Meraki means putting "something of yourself". How do I do it? I connect heart to heart with people, through The Divine in a healing way. You can find me on FB,Linkedin,YouTube.