Updated: May 21, 2022
I got into a conversation with my son’s father about how we’d expected and hoped to raise our child. It was interesting to reflect on how our values and beliefs had changed over time.
This year alone, our global understanding of the world and our responsibilities within it have shifted dramatically. Change is lot like death in that it is destined to arrive, and nothing after will ever be the same. When change happens, you can greet it with open arms, or you can hide under the bed and be dragged out with your tush in the air.
Joseph Campbell once said, “We must be willing to let go of the life we planned so as to have the life that is waiting for us.” To truly do that takes courage.
Let’s help you develop the courage you need to let go of old dreams and embrace new ones.
As we move deeper into this month of transformation, you might journal and ask yourself:
🔥 What had I planned for this autumn? What *was my vision for this part of the year?
🔥 What aspects of my original dream is it now time for me to let go of?
🔥 Is there anything I need to mourn or grieve over as I make this transition?
🔥 What are 10 things I’m excited or grateful for in my life?
🔥 What potentials do I sense on the horizon? What does this new space and freedom feel like?
Letting go for something new can feel cathartic. As you learn how to sense within, it becomes easier to do. Learn to get still in the moment, and seek out the tense areas inside of your mind, body, and soul where you are resisting change. Simply sit with your resistance, breathing and letting yourself know that the resistance is okay.
This may seem surprisingly passive, but it is one of the fastest ways to melt blocks. If you feel resistant to change and need further help, you can always reach out to me for a private session.
DAILEY LITTLE is a healing practitioner, transformational life coach, ordained Priestess, and teacher who founded Healing Heart Reiki to help others navigate life with joy. She teaches classes in healing and mindset from a magical peaceful corner of the world in Northern California. For more info see: www.SantaRosaReiki.com