Interested in how you can find comfort in discomfort?
We tend to say that the obstacle is the way. WHY? In this video, Josh is talking about how to get out of the comfort zone and be “comfortable” with that.
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The Obstacle Is The Way | Comfort Zone- TRANSCRIPT
It sounds a little bit weird, maybe but being content with discomfort and I was talking about this recently, that too often I think particularly in Western culture.
We told you to get whatever you want that makes you most comfortable and that’s a good thing and you can just you know whether it’s food or whether it’s a comfortable couch from Ikea or whether it’s a certain outfit you just want to buy that outfit.
And you just…. You just take it and take and take whatever you want whenever you want and you can be perfectly content, but there is never any kind of resistance. It’s everything can be very easy. we create our own dramas from this over consumption, but it’s we are not already trained to how to be comfortable and used to discomfort and recognize what it’s for because we’re. “I don’t want to be hungry so I’m going to eat a lot of food” but never finding that kind really healthy.
So, I think that a behavior would be… that I’ve found has been very helpful for me is learning where there is a healthy kind of discomfort and understanding what it’s for because discomfort that is in our bodies can tell us something is wrong.
There’s a health problem, but if we just completely oblivious to that, we we’re not listening to our bodies we are not listening to our souls and our spirits and so… Having a close connection to people around us, you know to ourselves to our environment.
You have to have a certain level of discomfort in order to recognize what things are what the triggers are So I guess that’s been for me very beneficial and I don’t really find a lot of people talk about it because it doesn’t say on exciting, you know you can have your own car. You can do this.
You can do that. you know we appeal to the self but to say no actually it’s good for you to feel discomfort because then you actually appreciate what you’ve got when you do have it and things are going on.