This photo of fourth of July fireworks was taken years ago by a young friend of mine. Sometime later I enlarged it, added the mantra in the corner and hung it in my previous office. At the time I was envisioning changes in my life, but goals and details were unclear.
Fast forward and I have moved, downsized and found my life going quieter and deeper. 2020 actually helped me somewhat personally but the world has changed dramatically. And this image just recently popped up in my photo archives as a reminder that in order to navigate all that is new, rethinking is once again on the table.
Rethink is defined as thinking again about something, for example a policy or course of action, epecially in order to make changes. I would like to add our behaviors, our thoughts, our actions and reactions and our ability to activate or create change – in a word, everything.
There are habits and patterns of behavior that can add comfort to our lives, but there are others which need to be deleted. I am often found seeking more clarity but at the same time realizing that that place of knowing more likely resides in my heart. I am learning to trust my intuition more and rely on logic less. I also just found this quote from Rumi: “You want everything to be yours? Become nothing to yourself and all things.”
Navigating the zen nature of an earth spinning faster takes aquarian skills to be sure. I would love to continue this conversation with you. What skills are you using to sail the seas of 2021?
My best to all of my readers. Your presence in my life is appreciated!
PS What am I activating? I am returning in earnest to HeartSupport Coaching and my Heart2Heart Readings. See www.livelifevibrant.com for more details or email me at email@example.com.
Thank you for this sage perspective. Illumined, practical guidance as we tread the waters of the many unknowns in our worlds.
Oh, thank you, Sally. Sometimes I have to write just to remind myself!
yes….change really is the only constant…so glad to read your blog, again, Susan….
Thanks, Kathleen, change is indeed the order of the day.