The moment our emotions are involved, we become so wickedly intrigued that we forget about our capacity to think logically, practically, and reasonably. We become so engrossed with our emotions that sudden outbursts become nonchalantly mundane and mediocrity becomes so intense that everything would seem to fall apart.
Emotional stability must not get in our way of living the lives we have always wanted. We must not concede to the emotional imbalances that we experience. In other words, we must be keen to the needs of our selves in order to keep abreast with the satisfaction of our innate selves—our innate selves render our lives their own unique meanings. Such is the reason behind the search for a true understanding of life and genuine comprehension of the self.
With emotional stability comes the ability to discipline and control the self. If there exist control and discipline from within, everything would run smoothly. Yes, everything.
We may not be fully aware of it, but when we embark on a certain journey, take on a role, and express our thoughts, we become in control of our selves. Control here expounds on the notion that it gives an individual the freedom to choose what he wants and more so live his life according to his preference.
With the help of Time Line Therapy®, one will be able to gain momentum and control, thus become able to be the best that he can ever be. In other words, self-actualization may be achieved. Though considered an immaculate quest to begin with, the self could feel innately satisfied and fulfilled. The possibility of achieving such is highly probable when movement and advancement of the self is allowed.
Furthermore, the reason why we need control in our lives is that we need to be in constant movement to ward off stagnation. We must also move to eradicate the buildup of tension and languish the effects of an unexamined life. To live a useless life means to forego the possibility of having a satisfactory life. Note that our lives are uniquely, distinctively, and differently designed from that of others, thus we must exude every effort and practice extraordinary diligence in order to make use of what we have.
Do not let your emotions rule your life. Instead, let your emotions lead you to the life that you have always wanted.