We are going through some pretty intense times right now. Nearly everyone I know is going through some sort of major change. Change can be unsettling. Even positive changes are often scary. Even though we are asking for change in our lives, our tendency is to cling to what we know. Especially when so many things in your life are changing. It can feel like the rug is getting pulled out from under you.
Fall is the time of harvest but it’s also a time for stripping away the excess and simplifying our lives before going into the cold, darker cycle of winter. We will need more energy reserves to sustain ourselves in the winter. Winter is a more internal time. It’s a time for going within and reflecting. This internal time is necessary to bring forth the new burst of life in the spring.
Many of us already know this but it’s still easy to get caught up in the feelings of loss or fear when you see things in your life slipping away.
The key here is trust! Take a step back from what’s in front of your face and view the overall picture of your life. It’s hard to see clearly when you are holding something up to your nose. This is often the perspective from which we view our lives. When you feel like your world is falling apart, take a step back to gain a larger perspective.
What have you been asking for in your life? When you ask for something from your heart of hearts, the Universe (God, Spirit) will start working to bring this change into your life. But often, other things have to change first. You may not have room in your life for what you are asking for. You may not be able to get from there from here so you start experiencing a series of changes to direct you on your new path.
When this change starts happening, you freak out and think the worse. It is human nature to fear change. We asked for more in our lives, not less. But sometimes we have to let go of something in order for something new to emerge.
Here are three tips to help you ride the waves of change in your life:
I hope you find these ideas helpful. If you are going through a difficult time and want some extra support, message me. I would love to support you through your transition. I always have someone to work with during my most trying times. Sometimes we need someone else to hold the light and encourage us until we can see the truth of who we are.
From my heart to yours!
Lots of Love,