Corners of the Ring πŸ€Όβ€β™€οΈ

Before starting today’s post, those numbers keep coming my way. Here are the last two I noticed. Just recently, post number 222 was written. Guess I never paid that much attention to these triple digits much past 100. I just thought it was cool! That takes us to today as this was originally called: “Four Corners of the Ring.” That title was too long and the number four has been referenced a few times as it’s brought back yet again. I bet you fans already would know corners of the ring obviously means four.

I wanted to take a wrestling term and apply it to our lives but that’s kinda what I do on here much anyways. Well, it’s the perfect metaphor so I decided to run with it. Not like the Ultimate Warrior but am sure you get the idea, lol! The wrestlers have that squared circle of four corners but us “humanoids” as Bobby “The Brain” or “weasel” Heenan would say have our four corners too. Here’s my list and you can mix it up, overlap some, or add anything you wish.

1. Yourself ( personality, beliefs, hobbies, Spirit)

2. Family ( Home Life)

3. Work/ School ( financial livelihood, profession, career, business)

4. Friends (social activities, recreation)

Again, you can relate this to your own life personally but think I covered the basic areas.

As with both my blogs, one word that does seem to repeat is balance. That’s tough, isn’t it? We may never have all four totally balanced as one might suffer but we do the best because we’re warriors. You can also list them in any way of your choosing but do you agree with my list? Those wrestlers also had four corners of their lives that weren’t just four corners of the ring. Maybe one area would dominate but all four would still be there. Your ranking and actions decide on how the four corners work in your life. Most of us don’t have a wrestling ring to bounce off of but we certainly bounce around enough trying to balance those areas without ropes holding us up.

Which area(s) need improvement? All can be better but what is your strength or weakness? Maybe some days it’s different depending on your schedule. After all, we can’t do too much in a day that’s only 24 hours minus eating and sleeping. You might also have those days that feel like a wrestling ring as one keeps fighting off many opponents. Your worst opponent can also be yourself trying too hard getting it all done.

Warrior definitely had to balance his four corners that mentally felt like gorilla press slams at times. Of course during his entire career, number 2 on my list wasn’t much of a factor for him. Thankfully, he never had to balance that family life with a work life on the road.

Some may say he didn’t have much as far as number four goes but your list will never equate another’s and shouldn’t. Yours is yours and how you balance it is all up to you. For the most part, his four corners of opponents were primarily number 1 and 3. Yes, over time the others get involved but with wrestling as his number 3, he always put number 1 first. It can be misunderstood as being selfish but isn’t at all. His beliefs defined him in such a way that without them, he would never have a 2, 3, or 4. That’s exactly how it should be for us all which is why I ranked them in such an order.

We need to spend time on each corner of our rings and in each. Let’s not judge one another based on what each corner holds. You may have something in one of your corners that someone else doesn’t. They can form tag teams at times too. We need that extra help when we’re down. This doesn’t mean each should get less time to fully participate in your matches of life. We will never be exactly right on any as the scales may tip quite often. Use your time wisely as Warrior referenced often in his videos. Yes, it’s hard, it all is. Your response to them is what matters.

If one isn’t handled well, the others may fall apart too. It’s o.k. to not know the outcome. We aren’t handed a script like the wrestlers are but just show up and do the work to balance those four corners. So, warriors-what are your four corners of the ring and do they compare to mine? If you had 2 tag teams in a match, wouldn’t all 4 participants want a chance in that ring? Of course they would but not all will get the pin. You are the writer so you get to plan it all. Just make sure the winner isn’t for anyone else but you. The audience in wrestling may let their feelings known as to favorites but in your life, all is fair. Keep that balance of your four corners without getting disqualified. Life is many matches, let’s all be ultimate winners! πŸ’―πŸ’œ

www.spiritandbelief.com

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Author: Kathy Pickett

I'm a wife, mom of 2 and have always been a huge fan of WWE’s the Ultimate Warrior despite his passing. I created this blog to share my stories relating to him that happened years ago and some are continuing today with his Spirit alive and well! I hope some fans out there relate and enjoy my blog!!! Check out my book Spirit and Belief on how Warrior influenced me in spirit. It is filled with humor, family stories, psychic terms, following my intuition, and how anyone has natural abilities we can tap into or get discovered. New spiritual topics can also be found at my website: spiritandbelief.com

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