July 10, 2006
Growth and Change
I have found that most of the questions I get asked concern periods of change that happen in life. Whether the change involves a relationship, a career or a spiritual pattern, they are all about change. Why is this? Most people fear and avoid change. They want things to remain at a certain comfort level and they want a sense of place and security in their lives. The chaos that can accompany change is not comfortable and leaves one in a state of limbo for a brief moment while the changes are occurring. A friend of mine put it well when she said; “People don’t do well with change, just look at the freeway interchanges in L.A.”
However, change is necessary in order for us to evolve as beings. We reach certain levels in our personal growth where we have gone as far as we can at that level and in order to continue on our path we need to move to the next level. This is the way it is in everything we undertake. We study, learn and comprehend then we move on to the next level and continue the process.
Change is chaotic, occasionally; uncomfortable, usually; necessary; always. But the more resistant you are to the change, the more difficult that change process can be. So embrace those moments of change and understand that they are part of the path we are all on toward becoming more aware and enlightened individuals.
Posted by Linda Dalton at July 10, 2006 10:44 AM
I've been anxiously awaiting your July blog,
and it was worth the wait. ;)
To me there are two kinds of change. The one you described in your blog. And then there's
the good change. But both are necessary to our growth and we can't have the good without the bad. And we have to embrace it no matter what the circumstances are.
And even when good changes happen, we still to face other things in our lives. I'm learning it's how we handle things that are the key.
Posted by: Alison Lydon at July 10, 2006 11:40 AM
I like the part where you said:
The more resistant you are;the harder the change process will be.
This is so true. We have to have a little faith in the path that life leads us!
Posted by: Lucid at October 6, 2006 05:14 AM
We know change is difficult. Take it positively. Your attitude plays the most part in change. Ask for divine guidance during the process. You will find your path is much easier
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Posted by: K Amber at October 12, 2006 11:59 PM
Just a weee comment to say that i am comfortable with change i feel that if i dont take some changes when they are presented or ive procrastinated so long over a dicission and cant come up with the answer i just go for it fortunately for me ive no regrets doesnt mean i havnt had bad things happen to me and if i have they have worked out or learnt a valuable life lesson. Change can be exciting and positive!
Posted by: ria at January 25, 2007 06:30 PM
Hi I was looking for a little help because my dad thinks im a freak im always saying somthing that will happen before it happens and lately i have been feeling peoples emotions especially embarassment that one is always strong. I dont know when I say somthing, some thoughts just pop into my mind, i say them without even paying attention to them. I discovered this last year and now im 14 i think i should start discovering my abillities now before they grow out of control i dont know if they could. So if you could help me or give me some tips on how to use them. Thankyou
Posted by: Nike at January 27, 2007 08:57 AM
Keep up the great work!
Posted by: Digjr at April 14, 2007 02:03 PM
I'm just reading threw your blog and articles,first I love to tell you how wonderful your writings are.I'm one of the very very few people whom can accept and deal with growth and' change.I threw my lifetime seen people freak out and sometimes really badly freak out due to growth an change.Common sence doesn't even work for most at that time.I have worked with people from all walks of life to help them to resolve these issues.Its a battle that is for sure.Glad you posted this cause its diffently going to be of great use for many
Posted by: Psychic Advisor QueenDarla at April 24, 2007 10:25 PM