A lovely list of all the things we would love to do or the place we would love to visit and explore come under our bucket list. Then we have a ‘Fu*k it’ list! A list that kisses goodbye to the entire thing which doesn’t concern us irritates us, anything that ceases to make us happy or anything that makes us unhappy. It could be a bad husband, bad friendship, a bad relationship or our bad habits! Such an empowering list teaches you to create a ‘Fu*k it’ to detrimental thoughts and ways that create your reality.
Some of us spend half or all of our lives worrying about how other perceive us. It is, of course, important to mindfully represent ourselves to our loved ones, but if anybody negatively judges you on your passions and your endeavors then you just learn to say, “Fu*k it”. Fu*k it to the desire to always fit in when in reality, you were made unique. “Fu*k it to the nagging desire to be loved by those that don’t value or appreciate you. ‘Fu*k it’ to the long differences and regrets so that you are liberated from it. ‘Fu*k it’ the ego that creates conflicts. To old habits that don’t serve you anymore. Once you remove the wasted time negotiating in your own mind as to what they may think or say, you will open yourself to actually being fully engaged in your goals and maintaining your inner peace.
So do you actually want to continually learn, grow and become the new more empowered self so that when you kick the bucket you can give yourself a high five for having a really good crack at life? Of course, you do. But the reality is that it’s seriously challenging. Sometimes you don’t have the knowledge, skills or willpower to overcome your problematic, disempowering and inhibiting behaviors, which is why you might need to access help.
If you have lessons to learn but don’t aim to overcome them, then you’re not becoming your more genuine self. No matter what, your lessons don’t go away; they’ll keep re-manifesting in different ways until you face them. And even when you do overcome them they’ll return to just make sure you’ve properly learned them. They’re quite cheeky like that.
Therefore, you state clearly to yourselves, “Fuck it, I will not be inflexible about who I am and my shortcomings, I will open myself to the more self-empowered person that I will inevitably be.” Empower yourself, just go ahead and make a healthy ‘Fu*k it’ list and kiss your inner and external demons goodbye!