Ever find yourself on a spacecraft, hurdling through the galaxies, and all of a sudden you miss your trajectory and your location has to be identified and your course vector is calculated and you get on a better, more accurate path?
No? Ok, me either, but sometimes it feels that way, am I right? And if we look past the original space navigation definition of course correction we can learn something valuable about when we miss our trajectory and get off path in our own lives.
I like to think of course correction as series of curious experiments, and it's become a regular practice in my life. Sometimes it happens because of things out of my control, but most of the time it comes from the constant desire to create a healthy, authentic life.
The examples I could give are endless. From changing my daily diet to changing careers to changing entire belief systems, I've evolved so much already durning this short life of mine. And though it's been extremely difficult at times, it's been worth every little and big thing I've learned along the way.Read More