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Trail To Transformation – Move Towards What You Desire Most

by Diana Proemm, CTRS


Welcome to week three of your journey to transformation. This blog series will lead you down a path towards personal change. if your train has derailed and you are not 100% happy – keep following me. I hope you have been enjoying our walk along concepts to bring you to a better state of mental & physical health, and well-being.

Can you answer yes to one or more of these questions?

  1. Crying at random times and have no control over your emotions
  2. You’re trying to pour from an empty cup
  3. You want to scream “Stop!” because you’ve lost control of your life.

Can you answer yes to more than one of these questions? If so, let’s continue on our walk down the path of

Hyalite Canyon Hike, Bozeman, Montana

transformation.

The transformation trail will lead you to taking charge of your life because you want to gain your freedom back and to fill your cup. The ultimate goal is to find your “one thing” or your bigger picture and to bring your life back into focus. We need to move after the things you want most and letting go of negativity. Let’s build your life back to have more meaning.

This journey is not for you if you:

  • Want to keep your cup and gas tank empty
  • You enjoy your life on auto-pilot

Make sure you are moving towards something you want and not just away from the crap. Kelli Cooper

Here are three tips to this weeks trail prescription to better mental and physical health towards lifelong process to personal transformation. Your life should be traveling on a path to where you want to go with the help of defining your values. If you missed last two week’s tips, click here. Grab your lunch and pack, here we go.

  1. Focus On The Present

Take the past, learn from it, and let it go. Focusing on life’s issues from the past means that it’s hindering you from moving forward. Bring your mindset to today and start thinking about your future and what you want it to encompass. Be mindful in all you do.

  1. Develop Your Vision

Where do you want to be in 20 years? Start today and commit to making it happen. Start acting like you are already living the life that you dream of. When we manifest our focus towards what we want, details in our lives start shifting in the right direction.

  1. Move Towards What You Desire

When you hop on a path to the top of a mountain you have an end goal in mind. Life is like hiking to the top of that mountain. Give yourself one choice at a time, and move towards that decision. There are ebbs and flows, deep valleys and sometimes you can get lost. You can let Mother Nature win and let her bring you down, or you can get back up and conquer. We all have the strength to fight, climb, pursue and move towards the top of the mountain. It’s up to us to not give up and continue down our path of positive personal transformation.

The only thing stopping you is you.

Have you been checking in daily on your values and asking yourself if you are following what feels good to you? Continue to focus in on number one; the rest will start falling into place. If you want to take it to the next level of transformation,treat yourself and book a trip to Utah, Montana or Alaska. These trips are the ultimate adventure experience to transformation designed especially for the busy woman. They are not designed for the weak at heart or those who might want to shelter themselves from healing and happiness.


Bigger Picture RT, LLC aims to EMPOWER women through outdoor adventure therapy retreats with Bigger Picture RT, LLC. Reward and transform yourself with a trip of lifetime. YOU DESERVE IT!

If you’re ready to travel the world and make a change in your life. Then join me this year on one of these amazing experiences.

Mountain biking and Canyoneering in the desert of Moab, Utah – May 3-8th, 2017

Hiking, touring and rafting in Big Sky, Montana – June 21-26, 2017

Kayaking, scenic flights, and glacier hiking in Alaska – July 20-27, 2017

 

 

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