Change is inevitable. It happens every moment, little by little. We can either accept or resist its process, yet change still happens.
No matter where we look change surrounds us, a letting go is taking place and a transformation of time and space is before us, yet we resist, we fear it's existence. For stepping into the unknown, is scary. We fear what we do not know, not because it means bad things, yet rather it means evolution. A process of stepping into the unknown, a new means of living and creating.
A new way of being.
You see, I notice in this world and those worlds before us, that we carried that which we do not let go of, forward, by "holding on" to people, places, experiences, and pieces - fragments of ourselves or the creations we believed in. These are expressions of the whole that we have valued, dedicated ourselves to or went along with because "that's all we knew". And yet, it has come time to notice, witness and encounter how these things no longer serve our progression.
For the way of the future, is letting go of all that is tangible and trusting we can create something out of the invisible.
As means to evolve our very nature, we do not "know" what will be needed, so rather than letting go and trusting we will be provided "all we need and more", we take what we've had before and move it forward. This is no longer needed, required and at times even wanted. It becomes distracting, for when we hold on too tightly to what we've had, where we've been and what we think is needed, we cannot see what is being presented.
Thus, what we carry weighs us down and may prevent us from moving forward and into the now.
We say to ourselves "how can we let go when it has served us so well before?" And yet, in the eyes of trust we can discover that within us, we will always have what we need provided for us, so long as we trust in ourselves to find it, create it and fully receive it, without passing judgment on the "timing" of it.
So why hold on at all, when our souls and our world is asking us to move beyond, asking us to step into the unknown and accept that change is upon us?
I cannot say "I know" the answers, all I can present are paths to move beyond the obstacles and offer insight that may help shift a few perspectives. As there are many ways to look at this objective, of "how change can help us grow stronger".
First :: The Moment
Accepting change is a part of the process of transformation, we first take time to notice how we are here evolving our collective, our world as a whole and the very nature of who we are as one, beyond known of it all. This has not "just begun", it has been underway since time begun and beyond that which we know.
When looking to move beyond "the moment", take an even deeper dive into it.
For when we can find a way to accept the reality we are in more fully, by re-learning to be present for it and uncover (or discover) the vastness of its beauty, bounty, and ability, we evolve more smoothly. This does not mean to reject that which is rocky, it means to see what is "rocky" as part of the process to receive the newness that is coming.
And thus, when we can accept all that is rocky and all that is beautiful, we notice what we think is coming, is already here before us, because we chose to dive deeper into the moments presented to us.
No more running, escaping or distracting our being. Merely witnessing all that is flowing.
Second :: The Witness
A witness does not project judgment or what is positive and what is negative. And yet we carry our judgments of others and of self, the ideas of who we think they are or perceive them to be, because we do not yet see the abundance of our own divine beauty. This is the forgetting.
We are too busy holding on to the past we are carrying, that we cannot understand what we are witnessing would be anything different then what we have seen or experienced before. We hold onto memories. We hold onto the projections of the mind. Yet, when accepting change, as it is being presented, we can, if we wish, see the shifting perspectives.
Then, when diving into the moment, we can notice how the past never really happened. For it is only there as one part of our vivid imagination's.
Third :: The Now
Coming to discover the now, may seem impossible, and yet that is far from the truth, for change is inevitable. The more we practice, the more we accept the moment, value our ability to look within it, we move our minds beyond the fragments that hold us back from fully receiving it.
The Now :: A fully immersive experience.
Stillness and yet abundant with movement. We take notice of how the inward and outward movements of flow are presented and in these moments of change and transformation we take witness to the light within us. The spirit that sparks our movement and the thoughts that become present.
Fourth :: Movement
Movement is like a current, it happens through us, not to us or from us. It is a part of our being. Trusting in flow will allow us to witness the miracles of be-coming; moving full circle.
Have you ever noticed that no matter how long or short a journey is, you always return home, even if the views change?
This is because flow is inevitable, we are constantly changing, as flow is the process of change unveiling.
So what change do you wish to see? Becuase here's the thing... you can ask for anything! Yet, with this request, we must be willing to let go of what is no longer in need, so that you may create space for what you are curious to receive. This request, does not mean it will stay, for change is inevitable and in order to receive, we must be willing to let go of what our thoughts will bring, and be.
Meaning, letting go of the ideas of what we think we need. So we may receive the fullness of our evolving beings. The experience of a Universe stepping into the unknown, all to witness itself grow, from above and below. We can tap into this now, when the thoughts and fears that prevent us from feeling the "real", the dreaming will appear.
For who we are, are merely flashing lights, as if on a movie screen, playing in accordance to the songs our hearts song. This is where we dive into the listening.
Fifth :: Listening
In asking for change and taking part in this world's evolution, uncovering the now and living life to its fullest, one may not take notice, unless they are willing to listen within the moment. Feeling, sensing and embracing the experience, by listening to the callings within it. Listening to your heart and the others surrounding it takes practice.
Acceptance means trusting that not everyone will "get it", that each of us are here to experience our own process of evolving into it... wholeness.
For when we think others need our judgment, or to shed light where they did not ask for it, means we are missing the purpose and thus remove ourselves from experiencing the purpose for listening to the moment. There, in the stillness, we will feel it, the beaconing of another aspect of our spirit. Yet we cannot rush it, for there is so much potential that can be unveiled throughout it, and the journey is an important part of the experience.
We may have an objective and we will encounter it, yet when we force something or someone to be something that which is any less than "who they are in the moment", and judge them for it, we are merely judging ourselves for not moving "faster through the processes".
So why is this?
We have built a world that expects us to move quickly, perform at top speed ability and while for a time, this was integral to our being, there also comes a time where a slower process is integral to our being. For in these moments, we are growing, moving and flowing through the process of expanding and receiving the bounty of which we are asking to be receiving.
Yet much like a flower, if we rush the process or put too much pressure on ourselves to become the flower, we weaken the stem of which is holding the flower. The part of our hearts that let us float in thin air.
And with force majeure, we no longer get to witness the experience of the flower we are here to bare because we forgot to give the nutrients to our being that creates the richness of what life can give, by being here and witnessing the path of becoming clear.
Sixth :: The Return
In these moments of return, even with the strength of our core, we have learned great lessons. If we come full bloom or do not, we return to the earth of which we grew, so we may learn more about the processes of which we view.
Accepting death as inevitable means seeing death for what it is, a change and transformation of the moment that is, so we may experience the moment for what it is beyond modern day visibility.
Everything and yet nothing at all.
We come to see the invisible as pure potential, and no longer shall we place pressure on the outcome. Instead, we accept that in every moment, throughout every step, we do our best to witness it. Receiving the gifts within, so that as we continue to rise and fall as flowers do, we take heed to experience the vastness of our being. For when we ask, we are always and forever receiving.
So we question, do we know what it is we are receiving?
Letting go of what we think we need and trusting in the Universe to provide the fuel that feeds your creativity, experience, all the while emphasizing our ability to go out into this world, and build your own realities. Meaning, taking it one step at a time, by feeling, embracing the becoming. Accepting change is how we fall and rise, all while we witness the miracles that appear in our lives.
Seventh :: The Miracle of Life
This is us, inside and outside. With explanation or not, who we are and what we want, is a miracle. For not every miracle must appear out of thin air, some may choose to show you the path it took them to see you here, witnessing the flower is a sure fire way to get you "there".
Accepting change and strengthing the connection of your heartstrings. Letting go means being open to receiving.