Personal Accountability (we call it “The Right Personal Accountability” here at The Whole Journey and teach about it in our Adrenal ReCode program) is the belief that you are fully responsible for your own thoughts, emotions, actions, and the consequences of all three.
It's a choice, a mindset, and an expression of integrity that opens you up to the understanding that peace begins with you.
Personal accountability allows you to take ownership of every experience you have attracted into your life without judgment of yourself or blaming others but as an understanding of your role in everything.
When we take the right personal accountability and responsibility for our actions and our life, we understand that what we do and our experiences are a projection of our own reality. And, the same holds true for others.
Imagine what a different world we’d be living in right now if everyone took accountability instead of playing the blame, shame, and judgment game…
Taking the right personal accountability and responsibility allows us to receive some of the greatest gifts life has to offer.
I can imagine that lots of you are experiencing changes in your relationships right now (me too) and that can be quite surprising.
It’s because we can no longer avoid this very important step in our human evolution and we must spend time with those whom we are in energetic alignment with and this affects your health equally, if not more, than what you eat.
If these thoughts and statements feel true, you are most likely not taking enough personal accountability and your life would improve if you did.
If most of these are true, you have trouble taking the right personal accountability and this significantly contributes to your health issues and negative experiences in life.
But not to worry! Starting a daily practice where you become more aware, recognize and deliberately interrupt these thoughts and feelings will change your life!
Taking the right personal accountability and responsibility allows us to receive some of the greatest gifts. We no longer take offense to the actions or the opinions of others. That frees us. We're able to set firm boundaries in favor of what is in our own highest and best good. We stop taking over accountability for others and that allows us to begin to claim our power.