It seems scary to go through change…


Picture Credits – Jeannie Selda

“I choose to remain curious about the unknown.
Jennifer Hough


It seems scary to go through change. For me, just as much as anyone else.The question is, which part is scared? It’s the part that has to die for the expanded version to become the new you, able to sustain the dream youre dreaming.

Our true infinite soul never dies, so YOU are not afraid to die, but rather the part of you that feels comfy, familiar and predictable.

Somehow, for me personally, distinguishing between the true ME and the identities (aspects of my personality) that are trying to protect me gives me a little solace and lessens my need for courage.

On the other hand, what is this internal need to follow my heart?

To make dreams/imaginings/potential creations come to reality?

Do you feel that? Am I alone here?

I don’t think so.

In times of great change, when there is so much polarity and fascinating differences of opinion, people are more catalyzed to create anew, to build bridges, to break glass ceilings and come up with ideas to bring flow and harmony.

Plus, we are wired to evolve our life experiences towards better and more preferable heights all the time, even without the catalysts.

But that means that we constantly have to be in a state of becoming.

You might think, “Well, why can’t we just be satisfied with what is”? Sure, that’s a perfectly sane way to be, in fact, it’s required as part of the equation that begets that most fluid path for visionaries. The equation goes like this “be thrilled with what exists, yet truly in anticipation of what inevitably is to come.

This is the perfect state for fluid, expanding lives. Of course, eventually, that need to create sneaks up on us, in a minor or seemingly huge way. I choose to remain curious about the unknown.

Sometimes, it’s hard to remain curious without some drama around subjects for which I seemingly have a great deal invested, like my career or my marriage.

Yet that fear of change really messes with these major parts of my life. So back to ‘curious on the adventure’ I go!

Not to kick and scream when life changes are presenting is an unusual way to be.

Especially the evolutions in who we are. I mean, we don’t even know where they’re leading! We have no idea who we are becoming!

Falling in love with the adventure of life will transcend your need for courage.

The entire Universe is evolving and spiraling forever towards more flow and creativity and we are made of those atoms. It’s inevitable! Resistance to change is futile, truly.

As for me, I continue to create systems and tools to embody my evolutions and I’m gonna keep on assisting others in finding their ability to flow, because the world needs the pioneers of change. People who change with the changes, are the pioneers of a new tomorrow.

If youre still here reading, I’m thinking that’s you! I love you, my fellow Unicorns.

Bless,
Jennifer
xoxoxo


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