The end of each year is generally a time for new beginnings. We evaluate our achievements, and plan a path to help move us forward.
But most people don’t strive for new beginnings – because the unknown is scary.
Even though people may not like where they are at the moment (job, relationship, anything), it’s familiar, comfortable, predictable and requires minimal effort.
It is often avoidance (not being honest with ourselves) and resistance (too hard to change – which is based on fear) that stops us.
It is not possible to move in two directions at the same time, so whilst we are wasting our energy fighting against what we don’t want, we make no progress towards what we do want. Be careful where you direct your focus.
If we are always focused on drama and problems then we will just attract more of the same. If we can learn to look for the blessing in disguise it will move us through the challenges more quickly.
If we want to make better choices we need to ask better questions like, “What is this teaching me, and how can I use it to move forward?”
When we commit to seeing things differently and are moving forward on our path … our guides, Angels and the universe honours that and support comes from all sorts of unexpected places.
The connections we need to move forward present themselves.
Many of us are not even conscious that we are blocking the flow through making decisions based in fear and struggle to understand why life is a struggle.
The universe will continually knock on your door in the hope you will participate in moving forward.
Maybe NOW is the time to say “yes!”
There are no steps too small if they are moving you in the right direction.
I encourage you to start asking yourself, “Does this thought come from fear or faith?”
If it comes from fear – know it won’t move you forward, so why would you listen to it?
Choose to live life with passion, fall back in love with life and take back control of your thought process so you can choose what you listen to.
I wish you a life filled with great love, joy and wondrous beginnings.
Love & cheers, Karen Ellyard.
How do we know how high our spirit can soar, if we never give our spirit wings?
- Rosemary Althea