The power of perspective – Michelle Sparkes

The power of perspective

If you’re in a tight space, a small space, or a tired space right now, do you know how to shift that? One of the simplest and best ways I know to do this is to STOP what I am doing and shift my SELF literally and physically. To get up, to get out, to look up, to look out – to change my focus. To position myself above my situation. To put myself in a position where I am above and not beneath the situation or circumstances that bother me. This could be as simple as representing my situation on paper and standing on it – or getting up on a desk or a table and considering my circumstances from this higher perspective. When I do this, I SEE differently and it enhances my capacity, energy and creativity to deal with my situation.  What can you do right now to shift your perspective?

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About the Author

Michelle is a physiotherapist and professional counsellor with lived experience of anorexia, EDNOS and binge-eating in her teen and early adult years. Founder of Women Worth their Weight, and author of Illuminating Anorexia Michelle is passionate about helping people recover from these health and life consuming problems.