Tunnel vision. Quite often when we talk about having tunnel vision it’s the loss of peripheral vision. Having tunnel vision helps to focus and hone in on what really matters when a situation is far from ideal.
Society tells us to go to University, get the degree, find a partner, buy a house, get married, have a baby, etc. The end. Now there’s nothing wrong with any of these things, except some of those things may not necessarily be part of wider dreams and goals.
We’re all different. What works for you, may not serve someone else. Quite often if you talk about your tunnel vision it may seem that your out of touch with reality, that your a whimsical dreamer with nothing to offer to the world. You have to remember that those people are speaking negatively out of their own fears.
Aside from the other work you choose to do to manifest your goals, meditation, journalling, vision board, as well as actually doing the work having a tunnel vision will allow you to quiet the opinions of those around you.
Stop comparing your journey to your friends and family. Be conscious of your social media use. Social media is useful in some ways but recognise it’s a platform. A platform in which most of us only reveal the most positive and exciting parts. It’s human nature for us to want to share our wild nights out or a new, exciting country we’re in.
Even if where you’re at now isn’t serving you, have gratitude. Gratitude can be found in anything, gratitude for good health for example and you will attract more good health.
Use this time to focus on where you want to be. Do the work. Know this is temporary and learn to sit in unsettling feelings as this is giving you direction and aiding your growth.