Dealing with transitions and unexpected change occurs in all our lives. There are many ways this can occur and most of the time it is not pleasant or a welcome experience. Often when you are in the throes of living through the transitions that result from unexpected change you may find yourself in total despair feeling that your life may never be happy, fulfilled and joyous ever again. That is a normal and natural response. After all ‘it is always darkest before the dawn.’
This quote by Abraham as channeled by Esther Hicks for the Law of Attraction expresses fully what life is meant to be for each and every one of us in physical form at this time on earth.
The basis of life is FREEDOM
The purpose of life is JOY
The result of life is GROWTH Continue reading
Here is a definition of Change that I heard that you may relate to: “Change occurs when you start questioning the underlying realities of your life and start noticing the reality you are living is not serving you”.
Change is…a major force in your life that you cannot ignore when it comes knocking on your door. Continue reading
In February during a Power Animal Workshop that I ran, a number of the women attending got Elephant as their power animal. It was a wonderful and empowering experience for them and for the rest of us as well, because we got to hear about their encounter with their Elephant and we were in awe of all they shared. Their Elephant power animal made it known they were there to work with them and help them on their present life journey. Each individual’s Elephant offered them experiential experiences during the Journey while sharing their medicine of power and wisdom with them. Exactly what those individuals needed for where they are, what they are doing, and where they are going in their professional as well as personal lives. You see, Elephant medicine is that of the Sacred Feminine. The Goddess Connection!
In January after reading a story on gratitude and how it energetically changes one’s life in many wonderful ways when one focuses on what they are grateful for on a daily basis, I decided to set aside some time daily over the next 21 days and try that practice for myself. It advised that at the end of each day before going to sleep, review all the experiences and good things that occurred during the day and give thanks for them. I thought, what a brilliant way of working with gratitude.