We’ve all got one: a glass ceiling.
We’ve all got a preferred temperature on our personal thermostat from which we don’t like to deviate too much, and if we do, we scramble to return to ‘normal’ so we can be ‘right’.
They’re a ‘ring pass not’ that ensures we don’t go past our comfort zones, even if doing so would result in greater happiness, opportunities, wellbeing, connection and adventure.
We set up all kinds of people, circumstances, jobs, health crises and even ‘accidents’ to be our glass ceilings and to make sure the thermostat doesn’t alter. We keep it all exactly the same. We look busy yet live the same lives over and over again, even if the names and addresses change.
Mainly the glass ceiling consists of your own resistance, and you could be very clever at distracting yourself from taking that chance and shutting / opening that door that you know you ought to.
It is constructed of excessive self-protection. It cleverly plunges you into endless ruminating until you’re paralyzed and you can ‘proudly’ say NO to change, risk, adventure.
Is this good enough, considering you may only have 10, 20 or 30 summers left to experience in your Life?
Won’t you shatter your glass ceiling and raise the temperature of your Life?