Stuck in "Waiting" State?

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There are times when we try hard to figure out what to do next with our life. Often, we wait for some miracle to happen or some sign from the universe. Or maybe somebody will come by and in an instant, resolve our situation. Time passes by and nothing happens! We get more and more frustrated. We are stuck in a “waiting” state, like a frozen computer screen.

If it sounds familiar, welcome to the club! You are not alone! In the video we have explored how we can shift from this unproductive waiting mode.

Here's a quote for you:
“I stopped waiting for the world to give me what I wanted; I started giving it to myself.” Byron Katie

Have you ever found yourself in this kind of “waiting” state? What did you do to move out of it?
What steps did you make to start moving forward?

Ask us questions, leave us a comment – we’re here for you! As well as many other amazing people who are watching these videos. Your story may make somebody’s transition experience much easier!

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Oxana Holtmann

Oxana Holtmann is a Conscious Living coach and an advisor to globally mobile professionals and their life partners. She is the founder of Oxana Holtmann International, a coaching platform that promotes true homecoming through mindfulness, body intelligence, wonder and co-creativity at work and in relationships. Oxana loves writing, discovering and disseminating practical wisdom, and noticing everyday beauty. Oxana grew up in Siberia and now lives with her family in Washington, D.C.