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Embrace Change

By January 19, 2013August 31st, 2016blog

Learning to embrace change

embrace_changeChange in everyday life is inevitable. Yet, most of us fight change in our lives because we fear the unknown and it also makes us feel a tad out of control. If our internal battle against our life’s changes become frequent, it’s very easy to get stuck in an emotionally, un-resourceful state of mind: a mental “rut’ that most human beings generally don’t climb out of easily. Becoming aware of our un-resourceful behaviors and attitudes, no matter how dissatisfying our emotions become, is essential to maximizing our potential. Unfortunately, many of us choose (unconsciously) to invest in a limiting, negative belief about their personal life circumstance- emotionally over investing in an attachment to their subjective myth that a specific person, place, thing or feeling is the reason for their unhappiness. Ironically, we end up manifesting that which we most fear, thus becoming the consummate victim in life, breeding continual resentment while becoming ever more reluctant to embrace change.

Always remember that change is possible! We are each the true author of our destiny and not mere victims of our life’s challenges. Our thoughts, words and actions create present moment experiences that later become our future. Every life experience has its own relevance to our personal development and is our soul’s quest to discover it true purpose.

Understanding the process of change is essential. As the old wise tale states;

“One day a man went walking down a familiar street, a path taken by him daily. Unbeknownst to him, he had fallen into an open manhole- finding himself in total darkness, frozen in fear and having no idea where he was. Later that same day, after being rescued from the manhole earlier, upon return home he preceded to fall into the same manhole. Once again, ridden with fear due to the darkness, he found himself perplexed has to how he could have fallen, again. On his way to work the following day, he recognized this street with the menacing manhole only to watch himself walk right into it. Only this time, he had recognized where he was and appearing familiar to him, allowed him to find his own way out. The following week, he not only remembered his past misfortunes, he consciously chose to travel another path altogether thereby avoiding any future darkness.”

Have you ever been frozen within life’s fearful experiences and have no idea as to what actions to take next? Learning how to “be still” within, in order to discover the best path of action, requires life balance skills.

Interested in a “Life Balance Boot Camp” experience? (Reserved for those who are serious about making rapid life changes) Participate in a series of 60-90 minutes sessions focusing on becoming mentally focused, physically energized, emotionally centered, interpersonally connected and spiritually aligned. Ongoing personalized assessment, including prioritizing needed life changes to maximize Life Balance, and long term evaluation of the effectiveness of the implementation of selected life changes will be included. The Life Balance Boot Camp experience can be facilitated in a series of individual or within a small group experiences (limited to 6-8 students).

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