We can often get overwhelmed by the undertaking of life changes, including, moving homes, or cities, or countries; Career changes; relationship changes, etc… and more often than not, they always seem to happen at the same time. I am a change-oholic, so I’ve gotten very good at these 3 things:
1) Don’t micro-manage.
We live in a beautiful world, and it is a fricken miracle that we even exist. Tap into that energy and feel the immense love and magic from the universe.(god, whatever…) When you do that, things fall into place. So don’t fret, cause it’s simple… The more you create an energy of love in your body, the easier, and faster things happen… so tap in right now, and don’t sweat the small stuff.
(Side note: “How to not sweat the small stuff” exercise: Go outside, put your feet on the ground , close your eyes, gently smile and take like 10 beautiful huge breaths… done. Small stuff, un-sweated)
2) Own it.
There could be a million and one reasons why your life is changing right now… own it. We all have different circumstances, different people, different challenges, so forget any blaming, or self doubt, just own that it’s all happening, and KNOW that it’s always for the best! Move forward with your head up, with a full heart and enjoy the ride!
3) Be grateful.
I don’t care what has happened, there is ALWAYS something to be grateful for. I’ve been through hard times, and I’m sure there have been times harder than my own, but nothing nulls that nagging energy like sitting down and writing down the things you are grateful for. It releases any built up nagging energy in your body, and creates space for the change to happen gracefully. If you are having a hard time with gratitude I suggest getting my friend Julie Boyer’s book 30 Days to Gratitude. It is a beautiful guide to bring gratitude into your life daily!
Over all, change can be scary, but I really do believe it all happens for a reason. I have never made a change that I look back on and truly regret. There is always something wonderful and positive that made me a better person in the end.
If you are having a hard time with change, feel free to contact me. I would be honoured to help you move through the tough times! Shoot me an email to let me know whats going on!: julierobinsonart(at)gmail(dot)com