changeWhen you think change in your life, first thought on your mind? Is it excitement? Do you imagine all the great things that will occur, the new possibilities or do you immediately get scared, imagining all the bad unexpected happenstances that will fall upon you, go to food, cling to default patterns? When I first received a shiatsu massage I realized this was what I wanted to do,  I no longer wanted to do the work I was doing, working for a company, marketing a treatment program, daily commute to Elgin, but I had security, all the what ifs came to mind, I hit fear;  what would I do, what would happen, how would it go? How’d I make it work, could I make it work? But the truth, I was being forced to change; I was miserable doing my current work, I didn’t like the environment, the commute, the people, it wasn’t a fit any longer, but it was predictable. Let’s stay connected join me here for free stuff

Nature, a reminder life is constantly changing, seasons, storms  droughts, snows, winds, hurricanes, tornadoes, you are a mirror of nature, you too are being taken to what is next. How will you receive it? Richard Bach, says”When you have come to the edge of all the light you have and step into the darkness of the unknown believe that one of the two will happen to you either you’ll find something solid to stand on or you’ll be taught how to fly!” ―

IMG_02293 Ways to Find Solid Ground or Fly ~

1. Acknowledge the change that is in front of you, naming it gives it less power over you.

2. Remind yourself that this too is good, even though it may not seem that way, each change will bring with it unseen blessings, but being open to them is the key. Emma Curtis Hopkins on your good.

3. Go into the change, embrace it, it is the resisting it that makes it feel so scary.  Ever have physical pain and the first thing you want to do is avoid it? Next time breathe into it, continue to breathe until “change happens”, notice how that feels?

If change brings you back to food and destructive ways, let’s talk, you don’t have to do it alone.

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Richard Bach says, “Listen to what you know instead of what you fear.”