Change

How do you approach change in your life?

Do you push so it will occur as you think it should?

Or do you surrender and allow it to unfold?

Dear One, as you walk this physical journey you will have many changes occur in your life. Some of them may be initiated by you. Others may appear completely unexpectedly. And so we ask, how do you approach this change in your life?

If you have been inspired to make a change in your life, you most likely have a vision in your mind of how that change will impact your life. You make the assumption that if you do this then the result with be that. In fact, you may have purposely initiated this change with a certain outcome in mind.

Or perhaps, there is a sudden major shift in the direction you are moving and it takes you by surprise. In these cases, you may have no idea what the outcome might be. In fact, you may conjure up many possibilities which are fear-based and unsettling for you, encouraging you to try to control the direction of the outcome.

What is the best way for you to approach change in your life? Remember, Dear One, that you are not able to see the greater perspective as we do from our vantage point. You may not know how this shift in your life affects others. You may not see the lessons, the potential gifts of this change in direction for yourself and for others.

Can you surrender and trust that this shift will unfold exactly as it should for the highest good of all concerned? Can you quiet the chatter in your mind which anticipates problems or pitfalls that have not yet occurred and may never occur? Can you release the fear that creeps into your belly and just be present in the now? For this very moment is all that exists.

It is so easy for the human mind to create a plethora of outcomes, many based on fear. This mind of yours likes to be active and fear seems to provide many more possible scenarios than joy. Can you calm that inner turmoil and just allow the ebb and flow of the universal connections to move toward the most natural of outcomes?

If you must focus on outcome, can you choose the possible outcomes which are created in joy, in abundance, in love and in power? You have that choice, Dear One. When fear of the unknown begins to rise in your belly, shine that wondrous radiant light that is yours upon this trembling mass of negativity and doubt. Breathe in and breathe out the love of which you are made and engulf that fear with this unlimited love. You are very capable of taking this action.

How often have you anticipated an outcome and mourned the fact that it never occurred; only to be grateful when you have more distance from the entire situation? Can you trust that you have the strength and the support to move gently through any perceived challenges? Can you trust that you can move forward with grace and love and peace of mind?

It begins with recognizing your own power and your own worth. It begins with having enough faith in yourself and in your connection to the All to allow this change to unfold in the most perfect way.

Remember, Dear One, that the human mind sets great limitations on possible outcomes for every moment of your life. This is partially due to your inability to see and to believe in your own greatness and majesty.

Dear One, surrender to the truth that you are a wondrous and powerful being with strong connections to the All. You indeed are a part of this great mosaic of majestic love that encompasses all of creation. Understand that you are being supported and watched over with a love so tender and unconditional.

Call upon us for help when needed. And then know that every moment after the call that help is being sent in the most perfect way. Do not anticipate. Just allow and trust. Trust yourself and your place in the universe. Trust that life for you is unfolding exactly as it should and that you will survive in the most perfect way.

For you, Dear One, are a part of the majesty, the light and the strength of the All.

You are One With All of Thee.

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5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. insearchofitall
    Sep 28, 2016 @ 21:28:21

    I welcome change and even encourage it my life. There is more growth in change than in routine. In Feng Shui there is a saying that if you want to change something in your life, move 27 things. Works every time. 🙂

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    • the_tovarysh_connection
      Sep 29, 2016 @ 15:33:16

      I’ve never heard that. Do you have a source for that which I can read? I find that very interesting.

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      • insearchofitall
        Sep 30, 2016 @ 11:19:16

        It’s either in a book by Terah Kathryn Collins or from my teacher, The Home Whisperer Feng Shui Simplified2007
        by Sharyn Jordan Hathcock. I’ve read so many books on that subject that it’s hard to pinpoint. It all relates to the flow of energy which is what we are. It’s what everything is so it’s all connected. My daughter calls it fluffing the Chi when we clean up and move stuff out and around. Changes the energy in a place.

  2. insearchofitall
    Sep 30, 2016 @ 11:48:34

    I thought I posted this comment. If you have two then just delete one. If I can recall what I said; it may have come from a book by The Western Guide to Feng Shui: Creating Balance, Harmony, and Prosperity in Your Environment by Terah Kathryn Collins or my teacher, The Home Whisperer Feng Shui Simplified by Sharyn Jordan Hathcock. I’ve studied Feng Shui for many years. My daughter calls it fluffing the Chi when we clean up and clear out in a big way.

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