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Next you have relationship with your body. Once again, issued without choice. This is first opportunity however to control.
Third: your environment. This is a vast relationship with multiple opportunities to control. Not only immediate environment around you, but also local, national and global environment.
Forth: Your relationship with people. Now comes tricky part, we believe we can control for a short time, now some joker who has ideas of their own shows up.
Fifth: your spouse. Ok, significant other, long time partner, you name it. This is a person that you will allow to change your locked assumptions and perceptions. Finally, we get a choice.
Sixth: our education. Here we have a relationship of long term that we will reflect on much like our family. We are in total control of this relationship.
Next comes work. Surveys abound and more they are conducted, more we find people hating their jobs. Yet off we go, every day. Is this tail wagging dog?
Eighth: Money. No one thing in human existence is more misunderstood and misrepresented than money. If work isn’t tail wagging dog, money is.
Ninth: relationship you have with your past. Most people can’t let go of past and most of time it is so exaggerated in our perception. Let’s face it, nothing is ever as good or as bad as we remember it.
And most importantly, your relationship with your creator. Each of us, believers or not cannot deny that we have been created and our relationship with creator is most important relationship in our lives. For those who believe, this truth is self evident. For those who are non believers, your ability to justify and quantify your existence and creation of that existence will in large part determine your ability to interact with rest of creation.
These ten relationships will shape way you will react in every event of your life. Most of time you will give little thought to how they effect your decisions. You will make decisions about your life based upon your perception of your relationships in each of these 10 areas.
Our ability to determine our perception of our relationships will in large part determine our ability to achieve. Our limitless selves are there for taking if we only adjust how we perceive our relationships in these 10 vital areas.
We must recognize from list above and our reactions to these ten areas that life is search for control.
Glen Gould is a Director of The Inspiration Agents, a company of individuals with the mission of bringing positive change to the lives they encounter. He is the author of "I'll Never Be Who I Want To Be As Long As I Am Who I Am". For further information visit www.inspirationagents.com