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Do you often feel frustrated?

I am guessing that there have been lots of times in your life when you feel frustrated.

This is often because you are not living how are you meant to be living or how you would like to be living.

Frustration is an emotion, which often comes from anger which in itself can come from fear.

Therefore, it might be the case that you are actually living your life in fear.

That is not how you should be living your life, is it?

I am guessing that you are a people pleaser and quite possibly highly sensitive to the feelings of others.

You might be also this way because of the way your family has brought you up, or because of the way society has conditioned you. You may constantly search for outside validation as evidence that you are liked.

In order to get this outside validation, you will often go to great lengths to make sure that everybody else is happy, quite often at your own expense.

The problem is, you’re living your life for everyone else, and probably living on autopilot. You will be quashing your own feelings and desires because you feel that you are not as important as everyone else.

This of course is not the case. You have a very important role to play in the world and you deserve to be happy.

What will happen, at some point if it hasn’t already, is that you will suddenly wake up and wonder what has happened to your life and wonder where you have gone.

In some cases, some of you will be suffering from physical illness because your emotions and fears have been trapped in your body.

This is your body’s way of telling you that you aren’t being honest with yourself, that you aren’t expressing your true feelings.

The only way you can stop feeling frustrated, and to improve your overall well-being is to start being honest.

The first step is to bring awareness to this, and to accept where you are. Then you can look at why you are where you are and forgive yourself. Then you can look at ways to try to be more truthful in all aspects of your life.

I am not saying that you have deliberately misled anybody, but you have perhaps misled yourself.

There can be lots of reasons why you have done this. However the most important thing is to stop.

In this video, my guides explain this from their point of view and suggest how you can bring about changes and why it is so important to do so.

If you need any help with this aspect of yourself, then please do get in touch.

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