First, connect with your meditation practice, go inside yourself, become peaceful, get to that place of inner peace, of quiet. That is the foundation, that’s your security, your home for feeling true freedom of spirit.
Then start to branch out. Change is impermanent, it is a movement, a creation. Change is an expression of the spirit to want more, to do more, to be more. When we start to look at change from that perspective it becomes less scary and more inviting.
Don’t take this adaptability for granted. We are allowing the possibility of connecting with gratitude in a deeper way, connecting with fulfillment in a deeper way, allowing our spirit to truly be an expression through our body’s existence in this lifetime. The change we are confronted with it is part of our path. This change wouldn’t be coming up if it wasn’t coming from a place of a deep need or desire to create something new in life.
Fears being triggered? We must look beyond them. The fears that are coming up have been collected through many past experiences. Bubbling into the vision of the present moment, they act as blockades keeping us from what we are trying to create.
Look at the fears, acknowledge them, move through them by understanding where they originated and the message they have for us in the present moment. Dig deep. Is it a learned limiting belief or someone else’s information? How is it impacting us now? Is it helpful or hurtful? What is the healing opportunity?
Take one step at a time in this process. In trusting our intuition’s message to move forward, we are opening to ourselves to the opportunity of healing past fears, hurts, and limiting beliefs.
Remember to be open! Allow change to happen in whichever way it is ready to come at you.
When viewed as an energetic experienced, change can be empowering. Take on the courage and allow the manifestations to come into being.
Sedona Journal of Emergence