By Michell Léon
It's a well known fact in personal development that the inner pain you carry makes you who you are.
It's not pleasent to think about, but none the less it's true. We are all products of our pain and make our choices in life to avoid feeling it.
That’s the reason our biggest progress is always attached to confronting ourselves with our biggest pain. Because underneath it we find the answer to how we can change.
Diving into it can be quite a challenge. People can spend an entire life trying to avoid it, and thereby having great difficulties creating change in their lives.
Then, when they finally find the courage to do it, most say they wish they had done it before, since it wasn’t so dangerous after all.
The great thing about doing it through writing is that you can do it in tiny little bits. You don’t have to confront your biggest pain in one glorious session. You can do it a sentence at the time.
Which is why I want you to do the following exercise this week: