Good morning to all of you. Today I write about unexpected lessons and transformation. I have talked about transformation in past posts, and I was looking for growth and transformation when I first moved to the Sedona area the third quarter of 2012. I went through my processing, released the old habits and beliefs that no longer served me and I was ready to move forward. Little did I know that Sedona was not done with the lessons that I needed to learn in order to come into my true power. Yes, we all have power to obtain if we desire to find the love that we are, vibrate at our highest levels and find our true selfs. We are beings of love and light and to fully find our heart center we need to release everything that is not true love. That can sometimes prove to be a difficult undertaking and as we go through these lessons, we may be caught off guard.
True transformation can occur when you least expect it.
And of course as one would expect, this recent lesson it encountered was a whopper of an opportunity for positive growth, whose details I will not share at this time. Let's just say that I learned the lesson but good.
The universe is funny when it wants you to grow. You can do it the easy way or the hard way. Often in my life, perhaps due to my own stubbornness, I seem to pick the hard way. I do not think it is intentional, but that is the way it seems to work out.
And as some of you can relate to those times of change that are unknowingly put in our path, we have little or no preparation. When it first happens we recoil, fight it, then due to necessity, come to terms with it. Once we bless it, and in no uncertain terms, kiss its ass, forgive and release it, do we learn and grow and are able to once again move forward.
I will not sugar coat it, for if we do not embrace it, we will not only repeat the same lesson over yet again in future, but it may even be ten times worse then we have experienced in the past. Not embracing and dealing with it, is like being stuck in the eddy of the stream circling around until we make a move that releases us from its detrimental grip as it pounds us into submission. No guys and gals, it is not easy. Personally, I have been to hell and back so many times as the phrase "what ever does not kill you makes you stronger" vibrates through my brain. If that is true, I should now have the ability to bench-press a Chevy.
So I tell you from the heart, take it all in stride and deal with it, for once you do, you will arrive at a new place in your existence, transformed arising from the ashes, with a rebirth in all your glory, coming into the love that is your true and am moving forward.
Wishing you a day filled with Love,