Have you ever noticed that people seem to have patterns in the way they do things? Maybe it’s in relationships. Maybe it’s struggling in their jobs. Maybe it’s in being optimistic and having things go well for them.
What we often don’t realize is that we have patterns, too. Yes, you. And me.
Our in-born patterns can be learned through understanding our personal Human Design.
Then there are the “conditioned” patterns we have acquired. These can be understood (and mastered) by learning how our open centers work, recognizing the patterns in our family and our past that deeply influence us, and choosing consciously to operate from our strengths. This whole process is called “deconditioning.”
But overlying all of that is a significant lesson I’ve learned about human behavior in general.
How you do anything is how you do everything.
How you handle the little challenges and stresses in life is usually how you’ll handle the big stuff. If you’re avoiding little money issues, you’re probably avoiding the big money issues in your life, too.
If you operate with care and awareness on small tasks, you likely apply these qualities in most other areas of your life.
The next time you take care of a small task or handle an issue that annoys you, for example, I invite you to remember that you are setting the stage and fixing the pattern of how you’ll handle the bigger issues, challenges, and opportunities in your life.
Choosing deliberately in the small things will give you enormous leverage in creating a life that reflects what you’d truly like to be, do and have.