Keeping your composure, remaining calm and staying centred when life presents you with challenges, takes practise. Staying composed in challenging situations, situations that push your emotional buttons, may be difficult to master, but being cool, calm and collected is the way to go.
A composed person is able to pause, to take a moment before engaging in what is transpiring. A composed person is not reactive, they are able to take a breath, to centre themselves before responding to what is going on. Composure takes practise and confidence.
A composed person is confident in who they are and what they are about. They respond in a way that honours who they are, that is aligned to their truth, to their beliefs, to what matters most to them. A composed person is not reactive, they are not manipulative or deceptive, they are confident in who they are and what they are about. A composed person knows their worth, knows the value in what they are doing, and how to be. They know what they contribute in every situation matters, and they know themselves well.
To be able to keep your composure, you will need to know yourself well, you will need to have figured out what you stand for, you will need to believe in yourself and resist the urge to react. Reactive energy escalates situations that would otherwise dissipate. Know your own mind, know your own thoughts, know who you are, and trust yourself, because the situation you find yourself in, needs you to be you.
Staying composed in difficult situations, in challenging interactions and demanding circumstances requires discipline. A pause, a breath, giving yourself time to realign, is a discipline worth mastering. Practising the art of recognising what is rising within you when you are reactive, is a discipline worth mastering. You will need to trust yourself, you will need to believe in what you are about, and you will need to know your worth.
Develop a greater sense of self, believe in who you are and believe in what you are doing, so it becomes easier to trust the decisions you make and the actions you take. Even if your decision presents a difficult choice, trust that you are making the right choice when you are doing what is right for you. It is easier to keep your composure when you believe in what you are about.
You are divinely guided through your life, each experience, each reaction that rises within you, is there to be felt, to be experienced so you evolve into who you are becoming. Practise the art of keeping your composure because you believe in you and you know what contribute matters. Practise the art of keeping your composure because have what it takes to get to where you are going, and you don’t need to defend what you are doing, you just need to do what is right for you.
This is your life, how you live it is up to you, what you do with is up to you. Know yourself, believe in what you are doing, so you can create the life you came here to live, a life you are happy with. Know yourself, believe in what you are about, so you can carry yourself with confidence and stay composed in even the most challenging situations. You do not need to defend your actions, you just need to believe in who you are.
You are you, and the world needs you to be you, which is why you are here. This is your life, how you live it is up to you. Keep your composure, stay true to what you believe, and go about being you, because only you can be you, only you can do what you do the way you do it.
Be inspired by who you are.