Definition of strength
1: the quality or state of being strong: capacity for exertion or endurance. 2: the power to resist force: solidity, toughness. 3: the power of resisting attack: impregnability.
Someone’s strengths are the qualities and abilities that they have, which are an advantage to them or which make them successful.
Strength is telling yourself that you are good enough, brave enough, and strong enough to overcome that obstacle because you can. Strength Is realizing you are capable of whatever you want. Strength is persevering.
Just as Pushups can help you measure muscular strength and endurance, if you’re starting a fitness program, do modified pushups on your knees. If you’re generally fit and able to do them, do classic pushups. In the same way, start with a guided meditation to train your mind.
Strength predicts the triumphant conclusion to a major life problem, situation, or temptation through strength of character. It is a delightful card if you are fighting illness or recovering from injury.
The Strength tarot card is one of the major arcana cards that means precisely what it says on the tin. Strength, when it appears in a tarot reading, represents our strength. It could be physical strength or, more commonly, our inner emotional strength. You have the inner power to push through whatever is holding you back or causing you pain and negativity right now.
“You never know how strong you are until being strong is your only choice.” “Calm mind brings inner strength and self-confidence, so that’s very important for good health.” “Life doesn’t get easier or more forgiving; we get stronger and more resilient.” “Courage is grace under pressure.”
Courage is the willingness to respond fearlessly despite the anxiety and worry that might be tugging at you. One of the best ways to be courageous is to understand what you’re afraid of and then refuse to allow that fear to paralyze you.
Suppose the question is: how to stop being afraid. The answer is, ”we conquer fear.” But notice it doesn’t say anything about before, but what to do once it arrives. Fear is a welcome indicator to fight, run, or breathe and count to ten. How do I conquer fear? With breaths, counts, and rational calm.
WE&P by: EZorrillaM.
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