Call it impermanence, change, or just birth and death. It’s the one universal truth, the inescapable challenge of life… – Shambala Sun magazine, May 2012
We are living in a time of great change and transformation. Many prophets and seers agree that humanity and the planet Earth are evolving at a quickened pace, and that this evolution will be intense and seemingly chaotic at times. It is natural for people to react with fear, because these changes will doubtless bring some level of difficulty and loss to many of us, along with great rewards via a more expansive way of being.
In the face of accelerated personal change, many are choosing to leave the planet. Others are fighting it with every fiber of their being. The rest of us are struggling to continue saying “yes”, though at times, we wholeheartedly embrace it. I believe we chose to be here during this time in history, and we are capable and ready to rise to the challenges we will face.
This is exciting news! The masters tell us we will have more energetic assistance available to accomplish change with grace and ease. New possibilities will be more accessible.
The Mayans believed that we are all connected, and what affects one person affects the whole. From my experience, I believe this to be true. Therefore, when we expand our own vibrational frequency (or consciousness), it benefits all of us during this time of profound planetary transition. Everyone wins. Yahoo!
So, how do we move forward in our lives with the indomitable personal change?
1. Write a personal mission statement
Include some aspect of change in the statement i.e. “I am committed to my spiritual and emotional growth on a daily basis. I choose powerful ways to serve others. I remain open to change in my life.”
2. Keep a journal
Write your feelings down each day, and don’t forget to add your ideas and goals. When the process of journaling is uninhibited and honest, it can be amazing what bubbles to the surface for you.
3. Go take a hike
Put hiking on your calendar a minimum of once per month. Being in nature is so powerful, and quiet time spent there can change your perspective. It can also regenerate a distressed or fragmented soul.
4. Remove yourself from a person who doesn’t serve your highest good.
If you’ve been hanging with someone who is self centered, not in spiritual alignment with you, and/or poisoning you with negative thoughts and actions, it’s time to find your courage and tell them you are unfriending them. Hey! This is your life.
5. Listen to your critics
This is a scary thought, but paying attention to those critics can produce valuable results. You may discover behaviors and attitudes that you’ve been hiding from yourself. (Key distinction: Paying attention means that you keep others’ viewpoints as something to observe with curiosity, not to be a punching bag for insults!)
6. Observe your beliefs
Beliefs guide our lives. Do you have beliefs that best serve you? Only by doing some introspection can you examine and possibly transform your beliefs. Keep the good ones and toss the ones that aren’t serving you and others.
7. Practice daily gratitude
I’ve said it before and here it is again. Looking for things to be grateful for each day is powerful for your well-being. Add your growing list of ‘gratitudes’ to your daily journal.
Of course, the final suggestion I have to assist your transformation is to call for your appointment to receive Compassionate Clearing and speed up your process. Sessions are fascinating and can help you release many considerations in just one session. 512-444-9777