Failure Is Just A Point Of View.
I have submitted stories on here before and I committed to myself to post here every time I have achieved a goal.
So I have had many issues in the past dealing with and overcoming failure. I failed so much and so often in my goals and everyday life I considered it a part of my personality. Accompanied by this was doubt, and it was cemented into my thought patterns. I got to the point where I was done with failing, and thinking and viewing failure as a bad thing. Little did I know my fear of failure was what brought it into my life in the first place. I was constantly attracting it into my life so I decided to change this. It was a long process and I had a lot of self-doubts. Persistence and faith got me through it and one of my ways to change my thoughts was to bless my failures and to see them just as learning curves on my way to success.
After a few weeks, I received my grade back for a paper I had written in my third year and it was not what I expected it to be. I expected a shining A after all my mental work. I knew I was capable of this, but my results didn’t reflect it. It almost knocked me off focus, as I wanted to give in, concluding that failure will always be a part of me.
The next day I decided to kill the ‘pity party’ and return to my tools of meditation, tapping, and affirmations. I forced myself to change frequency and thanked the Universe for all my achievements in the past, and gave myself no other option but to move on, and to have faith that my other papers would deliver my result because if I could see through this, it would be a breakthrough.
Two days later, I got a result back from another paper and I was incredibly thankful to see I had gotten an A minus in the one I was expecting to get the worst on! This was good enough for me and it taught me to never quit, which is what failure has taught me. Thank you, thank you, thank you!