We have all heard the concept of change being the only constant in the world… Yet when the unexpected comes our way, more often than not, there is an initial apprehension and fear towards the unknown. Perhaps what follows is that awkwardness in trying our best to figure things out and experimenting with different methods (learned and new) to find our way. And, depending on the time and outcome, we revel in the aftermath, taking comfort in being more knowledgeable than before. I welcome change as a means of shifting from the unknown into the known. As I process and evolve my understanding, change can be events in our personal timeline that we handle as mini or massive projects. These events are, of course, NECESSARY as they take levels of effort and thoughtfulness, embracing them in whatever fashion and function. It is up to us, on a very personal degree, to approach these events with an open mind and a full heart to grow our perspective and increase positive self-development.
For whatever reason, there has been an abundance of change within the last few months, and respectively the last few years. Relationships have burgeoned, some have dissolved. Opportunities have materialized, some have disappeared into thin air. Movement has been fluid, then seemingly static at the same time… Habitually, I would chalk all of these up as fluctuations in that whole “Mercury in retrograde” thing, but as I see it in the moment, sometimes that old adage “when it rains, it pours” is coming to full fruition. Instead of wondering “why me, why now”, I have been receiving these messages of change and making the choice to live in the abundance and appreciate it as well. With the understanding that the Laws of Attraction play a great role in perpetuating well received energy, I continue to enjoy and, hopefully with true conscience, share in this sphere of abundance. After all, what good is joy if not sharing with loved ones.
Tamaso ma jyotir gamaya
Mrtyor ma amrtam gamaya
Om shanti shanti shanti
Lead me from the unreal to the real
Lead me from darkness to the light
Lead me from death to immortality
Om peace, peace, peace