There may be moments when the journey isn't perfect, but that doesn't mean you are not on the perfect journey for you.
Have you worked with yourself on your own beliefs and energy? How was it for you?
This has been a bit of a theme recently as I've been sharing information on my group calls about working with your own beliefs and energy.
We experience what we do in our lives and go through the changes we need to experience. Whether it be to move towards something or to move away from something, or both. Change is a constant in life, as is your own growth and evolution.
How you handle it and how easily you go through it, is up to you. Below are some insights that may serve and inspire you in what you experience.
1 – Change CAN happen quickly?
Some changes can appear to be difficult, and some things can need work. But…change can also happen quickly. One of the keys is in identifying the centre of the issue or the key dynamics and patterns in play.
This is where I feel many people miss out…whether they are using spiritual healing, EFT, NLP, therapy, or other tools, they don't get to what the issue or the patterns are. Once you get good at finding this, it can be easy and intuitive in finding it in yourself and others.
2 – It doesn't always have to take lots of 'work', it can oftentimes be just about shining the light
Oftentimes when you find the real issue and see it, it is so obvious, it disappears (I often get this with clients or those on the group calls). The reason for this is because your present day awareness is greater than when you first took on the 'problem'. When you clearly identify what the issue is – when you have the centre of the issue – and shine your awareness and wisdom from today upon it (oftentimes just by being consciously aware of it), it can resolve itself.
Where people might have challenges with this and that not happen is if their awareness isn't to a sufficient degree to resolve the issue. In which case it is then about sharing insights and awareness with the person (as an example, when working with others and if this happened to be the case, I would then work on educating them, sharing perspectives, sharing resources such as my book, content, etc with them in increasing their awareness to shine their light) such that they DO create a separation and movement from the issue and it disappears.
3 – Can change be permanent?
This comes down to various factors, particularly to how well integrated the change is. If the new 'you' has conflicts of self sabotage, then it's not so easy. Identify how the new 'you' feels, play it through in your mind, make it feel good. In fact, if you can see the new 'you' as more 'you' than you have ever been, you are on your way.
I believe if change is healthy, progressive, organic, amongst other things, then it will stay. All that I teach (or when I work with others) is geared towards that, towards progression, evolution, growth, learning, self-sufficiency, self-empowerment, self-awareness, and so on.
Realise…life will happen…and there will be changes…there may be ups and downs…how you navigate this journey and your course will determine how you feel and the degree of happiness and satisfaction you experience…
There may be moments when the journey isn't perfect, but that doesn't mean you are not on the perfect journey for you…