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The Power of Acceptance: Stop Resisting and Find the Lesson

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“Of course there is no formula for success except, perhaps, an unconditional acceptance of life and what it brings.” ~Arthur Rubinstein

Recently I have learned the true meaning of acceptance. I never in all my life thought I was going to experience certain emotions and be dealing with confusing situations, as I’m doing right now.

You see, sometimes you’re an observer of other people’s lives and you think you’ll never experience what they’re living, whether it be a positive or negative situation. You think, “That will never happen to me.”

Part of the real beauty of life is that it’s unpredictable. Nothing is permanent, everything changes; and of course, a lot of things can happen that will transform who you are and have an impact on your life. The problem is that we need to cultivate the ability to truly accept whatever comes and embrace it.

We need to develop the habit of looking at whatever happens through a positive mindset, instead of a negative and defeatist one.

Of course, life will bring many challenges (such the death of someone we love), and it’s not easy to embrace them when we’re suffering and wishing those things would have never happened. But if we start cultivating acceptance in our lives right now, we’ll likely cope with future crises in a different way and view them from a different perspective. We will accept instead or resisting.

I am big fan of Deepak’s Chopra’s The 7 Laws of Spiritual Success, in which he dedicates one complete chapter (Law #4) to describing how we need to receive with open arms what happens to us, because if we fight and resist it, then we are generating a lot of turbulence in our minds.

He explains that we might want for things to be different in the future, but in the present moment we need to accept things as they are. That’s the way you can make your life flow smoothly, instead of roughly.

During the last year of my life I have learned the true power of acceptance.

The first lesson I learned was last year when my boyfriend broke up with me after three years together. Even though I was reluctant to believe he wouldn’t give me a second chance during the initial months, I ended up realizing I had no option but to accept his choice and move on with my life.

I discovered that I was happier and more peaceful when I accepted what had happened, instead of constantly fighting to change things.  

Recently life has presented another challenge to me. I am currently dealing with an overwhelming situation involving an impossible love.

I met someone a few months ago, and even though it was clear from the beginning that nothing could ever happen between us, love found its way through. I couldn’t help feeling something deep and real for him. I allowed myself to give into the feeling, even though my mind was screaming to get out—and fast.

I have to accept things as they are, and right now we cannot be together for many reasons. There may be hope down the road; maybe someday things might work out, but right now, in this moment, that’s impossible. I have chosen to accept that fully.

Yes, acceptance is a choice—a hard one most definitely, but in the end, it’s a choice that only we can make at any given situation of our lives.

There are two ways out of a problem: accept what’s happening, see the positive, and choose a peaceful state of mind; or fight against it, be miserable, and struggle against the universe.

Even though my two examples are related to love and relationships, I am 100% positive that learning to accept things as they present themselves is a helpful tool in different aspects of life.

Whether it’s a family loss, a missed opportunity, or a sudden change in your plans, being able to accept things as they come (when they are out of our control) will help you maintain inner peace and happiness.

Acceptance, in my opinion, is the key to convert momentary happiness to enduring happiness. It helps you move from feeling happy to actually being happy.

Practicing acceptance prepares you to live in this changing world, where you never know what’s going to happen next. Acceptance is like protecting yourself with your own shield.

Let me clarify that acceptance is not at all related to weakness and is definitely not a synonym of conformism or mediocrity.

We need to learn how to identify when it’s time to persist and when it’s time to accept.

One thing that makes acceptance much easier is to list all the possible explanations for why you’re experiencing something.

For example, I know I met this person to help him go through a very difficult moment in his life. He needed me. He needed to be heard, to be understood. And I was there for him in those ways. I fulfilled a purpose.

Finding the lesson or purpose behind every challenge will help you embrace it, instead of fighting it.

Choose not to judge what happens to you. Instead believe that everything happens for a reason and that better things will always follow. That’s the beginning of true acceptance.

Somewhere recently I read that the important thing is not to understand why something happened. Our understanding can wait, but our obedience cannot.

I translate this to mean that when something unpredictable happens, instead of complaining and over-thinking it, we need to choose to live with it.

I know it’s hard to practice acceptance when you deeply wish things aren’t the way they are. But the truth is, sometimes we can’t change our reality, even though we try.

So instead of staring at the closed door in front of us, or getting tired and bruised while we try to break it down, let’s turn around and see how many other windows we have open.

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  • Nidia Dalmeida

    Thank you a lot for this article. My father waz recently shot by a robber, but it got his leg. I spend 2 months trying to understand why that happened, specially to someone that did no harm to no one.
    After trying to decipher the whys and whats i found myself submerged in rage and quams of revenge. It did me no good, it actually poisened my mind and behaviour towards others.
    Lately i have been accepting that things happens as they should and there is nothing we can do about it. We must accept and move on taking lessons and experiences out of it.
    It is no walk in the park, but the reward is worthy.
    Great piece and thank you once again.

  • http://www.adesignsovast.com/ Lindsey

    This resonates so much with me.  It’s all so true, and acceptance is the way I strive to go through life.  There are lessons everywhere.  Truly, though, I still find this hard, and often have to remind myself to let go of my white-knuckle grip on how I wanted it to be.  xo

  • Jjvandeberg

    phenomenal!!  Thank you so much for putting this our there!!  You have captured the essence of what makes buddhist philosophies so profound in very clear concise prose!!
    Well said!!

  • Guest

    what if acceptance makes you appear less of a person? if you have been ripped off by someone, or stabbed in the back by a family member, are you saying that acceptance is the only way forward? i hear this alot, but i cant see how you can happily accept it.. someone walking around knowing what they have done to me and having to accept and embrace it… i dont see the logic in it, it makes me feel like a walkover, or a doormat to all that goes on around me.

  • Em

    I probably lost the whole point here, but isn’t accepting and not choosing to fight for something defeatist?

  • Guest

    Thats what i was trying to say… :)

  • Antparty

    Wow. This really resonates with me today. A relationship that had high promise ended suddenly last November and I’ve been swimming in misery ever since. I’m seeking counseling and it’s helping, but it really is a day to day struggle to accept it. I have a rather powerful little ego that’s clinging to hope. I can see that I helped her through a difficult situation, but the fact that she ended it has left me in great pain. It’s been 8 months and I just haven’t let go of it. I see the car she drives every time I got out and I have tried to say “she ended it” when it do, but it’s to little relief. Anyhow, it is a day to day thing and I’m working hard to accept that it’s over. It ain’t easy. :)

  • Anaruth_sm

    Thank you very much for reading and giving feedback =) , Ana.

  • Anaruth_sm

    I understand, it can sound contradictory and it can sound as if you are a pushover. The thing is not to take everything so literally or to an extreme. Of course you can fight to depend yourself, and never remain quiet, you have to use your voice and speak up! I am talking about an acceptance when things can’t be changed at all. When something happens that’s out of your control, like a death of someone, or when someone sbreaks up with you. You need to think you give everything that was in your power, and that your persisted enough. Now you need to accept. Also, please note that you cannot control other people behaviour, but you can control how you react to it. So I am advising here that instead of fighting and resisting them, just accept it and move forward.

  • Anaruth_sm

    Hi Nidia, thanks for your comment! I think the way you handled that difficult situation is great. Sometimes we cannot understand why things happened, and we cannot go back to change the past. So it’s healthier and smarter to accept it. Hope your dad is better. My best wishes and prayers go to you and your family.

  • Cin

    Thank you for this. After the death of two very important people and the betrayal of a man I loved and believed would support me through that difficult time last year, I too struggled with acceptance and finding happiness. Now that I am on the cusp of it, this article feels like the final push I needed. Life does get better, but only if you let it :)

  • A2010girl

    I absolutely LOVE reading your posts.  Especially this one – I CAN RELATE to SO MUCH.
    Please proceed cautiously with your new love.  I too fell for a man who was dealing with problems and he asked me to “See this through” with him.  He is a DELTA Airline pilot who lives in Greenville South Carolina, an I lived across country in Cali.  He even often used the term
    Cali to Carolina

    We started out as friends I too had my guard up, like you, wasnt looking for anything more but as time went on, we grew closer and he said things to me that melted my heart.  The only and the ONLY reason I gave this a chance was because he was an airline pilot and could fly across country ( and did often) as eaily as you and I run to the market.
    Anyway after finding many many truths because of the obscure behaviors I have had to block him from my phone and txt message. 

    JUST BE CAREFUL is all I am trying to say to you. 

    What I finally did….. after many freinds and family
    Listen to your gut, if things dont add up, start reading on sociopaths and narcisist.

    Now after 4 years, I see that actions express more than words.  $ Thousands of dollars loaned ( THOUSANDS) My family and friends are relieved I have cut the ties. Eventually, recently, one of his own family said to me - “Think carefully before you take him back”
     
    Love you and your inspirational post.
    Warmly,
    MM

  • Lauries34

    Acceptance does not mean that you like it, agree with it, or wanted it….it is simply the act of accepting it, it is the way it is, and when you accept it and not fight it, you will feel more peace.

  • Guest

    Thank you for this, I have been going through the exact same situation as the second example you listed, I try to remind myself, when the impossibility of it chaffs and hurts, that he and I are providing lessons for each other at this time. Thank you for helping to reinforce the mindset that I have to accept what comes for what its worth and make the best of the life I have.

  • Anaruth_sm

    So true! That’s the whole point of the article =)

  • Anaruth_sm

    Thanks for sharing your story, I am so glad the article helped you! It is very difficult to accept when a relationship doesn’t have a future or it’s likely to fail. It’s difficult sometimes not to trust your gut when your heart is loving that person so much. But in the end the ACTIONS speak louder than words and intentions. You need to be smart enough to notice his behaviour. I have accepted fully that me and this person won’t be together for many reasons. And I am at peace! It’s incredible! When you don’t resist and don’t fight so much, you live more happy =)  I am glad everything turned out ok for you. Let’s be smart the next time we meet someone =)

  • Andrew

    It is always amazing when you read something and there are some parts that apply directly to your own life situation. In this instance, the love that could never be but happened anyways. I was in denial for so long, but now am starting to accept that it truly can never be for many reasons. As you stated, it is extremely difficult, but as human beings it’s something we all must learn how to do and this is the positive that has come out of what has been a devastating situation for me. There have been better days in life, there will be better days in life.

  • Anaruth_sm

    Hi! Thanks for writing! You have no idea how much I relate to your story. I’ve been there, and recently! It’s painful, sometimes it’s exhausting just to try and try to feel better and forget about the person you loved. But you know what? TIME is all you need. Give it more time. Never give up hope, give it time! Even if 8 months have passed, don’t worry, eventually you will heal. The trick is to never never give up. I think it will help you a lot to keep thinking that this wasn’t your decision, it was hers. So you have nothing to regret! You did everything you could! You cannot control other people’s behaviours and choices! I think there is great amount of freedom when you realize the end of the relationshio didn’t depend on you.  I recommend reading a lot about dealing with break ups, it helped me a lot! You can’t even imagine how reading about this helps you heal faster. The most important thing right now is your own serenity and inner peace. Once you have achieved that, the rest of the healing process will come faster. Trust me. Be at peace, this wasn’t your choice, it was hers! =)

  • annabelle

    Perhaps I am misunderstanding something, but this does not read like full acceptance to me – “I have to accept things as they are, and right now we cannot be together for many reasons. There may be hope down the road; maybe someday things might work out, but right now, in this moment, that’s impossible. I have chosen to accept that fully.” – it sounds either clinging to hope or denial, but waiting for fate to determine the outcome. Where there are many good points that I take to heart in this piece, failure to learn how to identify, respond and react; ultimately will lead to reoccuring feelings of failure or frustration – that now have the added step of accepting.

  • Anaruth_sm

    I totally agree! We can overcome even the hardest things, but we need to try! We cannot to give in to negative emotions.

  • Anaruth_sm

    Thank you for your words. I am glad to hear this helped you. =)

  • Anaruth_sm

    And always trust that there is someone better forus out there =)

  • Anaruth_sm

    It might sound a little contradictory. My point is that RIGHT NOW, I need to accept things as there are. You never know what can happen in the future. Nothing in this life is permanent, everything changes. And maybe someday you can have what you desire, but if today you can’t, you need to let it go and accept that right now you can’t have what you want. It’s about accepting what is happening right now.

  • gradstudent520

    While I don’t believe that everything happens for a reason, the rest of the article really resonated with me. I’ve been going through a similar “impossible love.” When I heard those voices in my mind telling me to get out, I chose to stay in. I chose to let happiness in, knowing it would be temporary, that there could never be a future. And now, I’m faced with accepting a reality without that person. But, I love your conclusion that we have to start looking for open windows, rather than beating ourselves against closed doors. 

  • Kaye

     Hope for the future and acceptance of the present are not mutually exclusive.

  • http://twitter.com/Brent_Oh Brent Oh 브렌트 오

    Good Post.

  • whiterabbit

    I really like this post and I read it twice because I also have been learning to accept things as the way is it by stopping thinking why why why and trying all kinds to get my relationship with my husband better (although we dont have any crisis in our relationship, just that our reality doesnt match with each other anymore) and then I found peace in my head, my body could rest and my soul thanked me for making a right decision.

  • Joel

    Thank you, your post hit home. I too have been trying to deal with the fall out of an impossible love. It has been nearly unbearable since I’ve taken the steps to distance myself from her so after deciding to start over in a new town I’ve been able to start accepting and forgiving. I feel like I have a long way to go but I always seem to find posts here like this to give me that bump when I need it.

  • Anaruth_sm

    Hi Joel! It’s great to hear you are making progress. Acceptance sometimes takes time, but the key is to believe that you need to ACCEPT the situation.

  • Anaruth_sm

    I think your situation and mine are the same. So I am glad you read the post and liked it. I know it’s hard not to be with the person you love, but I truly believe there is a hidden lesson or purpose behind every situation. We might not understand right now why we are not meant to be together, but you will eventually. I recently read this quote: “One day someone will walk into your life and make you realize why it never worked out with anybody else”

  • Caleenr

    I too just ended an “impossible love” at 50 years old, I thought I had learned all the lessons from past relationships, but I had never had an experience like this, I too knew from the get go that it was not going to work for many many reasons, there were way too many obstacles, distance being one of them, but he having very deep mental issues and no job or home.  But despite the obstacles we fell in love, finally, after 6 months, I had to tell him to leave, well he left alright,,,all the way across the country, and I was crushed.  Its been 2 months and I am still deeply hurt, I struggle every day not to email him, even though we have been off and on, but it just hurts.  I have to let go, and reading these similiar stories helps.   I too need to learn to trust my gut next time, I knew this would never  work and let myself fall despite my inner voice screaming to get out.   

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000146938154 Paula Johnson

    Loved your piece Ana, it is a timely reminder for me to accept and stop trying to row upstream…which I seem to constantly do!   I have written ‘ACCEPTANCE’ on a piece of paper and taped it to my mirror, to remind me.  Thank you for sharing so openly :)

  • Mima Michellemary

    I totally relate to this article! I’m in a similar situation as the author and feel that things haven’t fell into place yet (as I would like them) because I had lessons to learn – in fact, I’ve had a lot of lessons to learn about myself that better prepare me to have positive relationships in the future. I will say that when I let things go and not stress or over think about them (which is difficult!) things seem to fall into place and work out much better. I’ve done a lot of work on myself in the last six months and I truly believe that this person was brought into my life to help me finally get rid of some old and negative attitudes and beliefs about myself and life in general. Great article!

  • Forsidney

    It seems to me with thoughts of maybe things will be different in the future and turn out okay, you are not actually letting go – nor you are vesting in a desired outcome – you are just going with the flow… disallowing yourself pleasure, and only taking an temporary asprin for the pain.

  • annabelle

    Exactly! Its the opposite of the Laws of Attraction – if you believe in that stuff.

  • http://castlemuse.com/ Genevieve Ross

    The death of my husband (at the young age of 46) is what inspired me to accept that what happens: good, bad, and everything in between; is exactly what is supposed to happen. Until that day, I fought the forces, determined to make things happen the way I thought they should. After that day I, eventually, learned that the only thing I can control is how I respond, what I’ve learned, and accepting it was meant to be for a reason… even if that reason will never specifically reveal itself to me… that’s okay. 

  • Moonlover62

    Dear Ana S.,
    Someone below made note of this same comment – it is amazing to read your post because I feel it was written just for me! Thank you for taking a difficult situation and making sense of it, as I have not been able to do so myself with my own situation. I do believe you have accepted your current situation, and what especially resonates with me is that you have kept a positive, albeit accepting, outlook. I have experienced some major changes in my life recently; the loss of my job and the loss (for now, anyway) of the love of my life. RIGHT NOW, I have to accept that and begin to move on. I have been fighting with myself about letting go, feeling hurt and playing a million “what ifs” in my mind. I found that I was preventing myself from moving forward with my life. Your article helped me to realize that there is hope, but I do have to accept the present. Like you stated, nothing in this life is permanent, everything changes. That is important for me to remember, and as much as I would wish to acknowledge everything with a cool and collected head, my love relationship can prevent me from doing that at times.Thank you for letting me know that I don’t have to give up my hopes and dreams. I just have to focus on the here and now, and keep my heart open and positive!

  • Paul

    Your timing of a ended relationship is very similar to mine, as are your expressed feelings. Whilst each day seems different sometimes acceptance, sometime dismay, I can only say that time assists. Time allows us to start envisioning another future, aftearll, we still exist today, where we never thought that possible so soon after the end. Ana’s post and comments ‘hope for the future and acceptance of the present are not mutually exclusive’ are useful to understand this. I wish you peace as we seek to find that in ourselves by focusing on what we have learned and how this will allow us to be better to ourselves and others in the future.

  • Gsfraser

    Stop asking:  “Why?” is what I got from this. 

    “Why did God see fit to give me cancer?”  “Why did the Universe think my 4 year old sister (30+years ago) needed to be rapped by a family member?”  “Why did God take the ONLY female (including mom) on earth whom I believed when she said “I love you” and use her to teach me that those words CAN’T – not ever again – be trusted?”

  • Marisa White

     Acceptance of the here and now is difficult because it is natural for us to always look ahead. But the main thing I took from your article is that it is just not normal to not be able to love someone the way you would like to- love comes naturally and easily, even if it’s a not-to-be situation. When you love someone, your soul is complete and open to that love. To have to hide it, push it away, or deny it does not feel good, or natural. Accepting that is the greatest of challenges, and yet, ironically, if you really do love that person it’s what you know you have to do. Thank you for the insight. 

  • Puneet D

    Nice read.. I like that..
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    http://rootsthelifebeneath.blogspot.com/ 

  • Dee

    Thank you for sharing your deep realisations.

    I can so relate to what you mean.

    I found it easy at the beginning to accept things but as time elapses and nothing “better” comes along its very hard to remain so positive, practically speaking.

    I know deep down there is no limit on the length for which I must suffer and thats despite grabbing new opportunites, its just so frustating when your mind keeps bringing you back to the same point, which makes it tough to totally forget.

    Thank you
    Dee

  • nader

    something very inspiring!

  • TraceyMc

    This post really hit home for me. My bf of a year and a half just broke up with me, out of the blue…in an email. We had just taken our kids on a vacation together and it went really well. After the trip he told me he loved me more than ever. 2 Weeks later, gone. He has a lot of struggles with his ex wife and she lords over him and never wants anyone else around their daughter. I have no idea what went down, because he won’t give me any answers at all. It is almost like he died, as he will not even speak to me.
    I have been struggling against it for 3 weeks now and stressing myself to the maximum.
    I am working on acceptance now. Thank you.

  • Michael

    I really appreciated this. Thank you.

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  • sassifrass

    I believe on some level ihave accepted my fate. I wanted him back when it was too late. Maybe it always was too late I cheated and left him but I couldn’t let go. I am sure this is not real love. I do know however I didn’t appreciate what I had nor did I try to work on it. So in short he has moved on and I am still having trouble letting go. Most of the time I am ok and I get by. Every morning though it still feels like starting all over and I am afraid this will not end for a long time how do I overcome that aspect how doing truly accept and let go..

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    well said..

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    I am going through exactly what you were, how do you feel now since it is two month past?

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  • Kelsey Phillip Payne

    In practicing mindfulness while also making the difference we wish to see in the world, it’s important to make a distinction between (1) acceptance of the things in life we are less likely to be able to change as well as have a lower threshold to seeing change, and (2) “acceptance” of things we still feel desire to change (= have a higher threshold around seeing change) but might give up trying to change because of a perceived impossibility around it.

    This distinction is so important because we might otherwise “accept” those things which we feel less empowered or motivated to change, despite truly wishing they would, and thus do nothing about. An example would be something like climate change. To truly accept the phenomenon of climate change, to me, would be, not to just let it go as it will (the “que sera sera” approach), but to cultivate acceptance around the fact that it is happening (if you agree that it is) without relinquishing my desire to change those factors that are contributing to it.

    The scare quotes I’ve inserted around the word signify the brands of “acceptance” that are actually forms of relinquishing or giving up on those things we love or care about. These forms are typically ones we invest ourselves in when we are actually afraid of losing the things we love (such as a lover, a family member, or the Earth’s biodiversity) and would prefer to protect ourselves from the pain of that loss instead of embrace the entirety of circumstances that include our pain of the loss. This latter form is the truer form of acceptance, in my opinion, because it means accepting the difficulty, accepting our pain around the difficulty, and accepting our desire to change what makes it difficult for us (whether we choose to actually try to change it or not).

    I so understand the pain of loss–I have lost many in my life–and want to acknowledge the preciousness I see in the desire to protect oneself from the pain around changes in one’s life. The tragedy to me is in giving up on what may actually bring us happiness and instead “settling” for a quasi-happiness that is based in the denial of the pain we feel.

    I hope that others receive this comment with understanding and hear the care I feel for anyone who may not otherwise see a distinction between these two connotations (or feel that that distinction is important).

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  • Perrine

    Hi.

    I’m having a very hard time accepting … Change in relationships. I can’t accept the fact that one day he might leave me; and might find someone else. I can’t accept that one day he might live his life with someone else, and that is not me.

    Even though our current relationship is going amazingly well; I can’t help but think about what might happen in the future, and that if that happens … How can I accept that.

    My question is; how do you accept the fact that the one you love may never love you? How can you accept such uncertainty and have so much faith? How can you accept in general?

    Thank you for your honest answer;
    I’m … Sort of freaking out right now.

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  • Sam

    What if someone is raping a girl in front of my eyes. Do i accept the situation?

  • http://twitter.com/lori_deschene Lori Deschene

    Hi Sam,

    Since this an older post and the author may not see your comment, I thought I would come in. I believe the author is talking about accepting our circumstances instead of resisting what is and what’s happened–not standing by idly in the face of a crime.

    The former is about choosing not to deny reality; the latter is about responding compassionately to what’s happening.

    Lori