Saturday, October 30, 2010

Change is good

As your seasons change, remember that change is the natural order of the universe. When you were born your soul confined itself in the beautiful form of a baby's body. As you grow, you leave behind who you once were and mature into someone you never even imagined you could be. When you were a child did you imagine you could look as you do now, live where you do now, do what you do now? Some of you would say, "Yes," and yet so many more had no idea who they could become.

Likewise, right now, no matter what age you are, you still are in a process of ever unfolding expansion. You are still learning more about who you are inside, how much you can love, what you can accomplish here upon the earth. Over time you will continue to see brighter, more loving sides of yourself, more creative, abundant, and joyous. For this is the growth your soul came to do.

And while it is human nature to want to cling to life as you know it, be willing to open up to change dear ones. If you want your dreams to come true, things must change within your mind and heart to allow for them. If you desire more, you must let go of less. If you want to be healthy you may have to let go of certain habits that no longer serve you. If you want love you must let go of old pains. If you want abundance, you must let go of any focus on lack.

Just as your seasons change, dear friends, letting go of once was, to make room for what will be, so too you must examines your minds, hearts, souls, and lives and be willing to change, to let go, and to reimagine what you wish to create. It is a wonderful season for going within, diving deep into your hearts, and searching for the dreams that lie within. Let your hopes and visions for the future be your catalyst for change right now. In this moment, how would you change your life, given the means, resources, talents, and people you have right now, in order to better prepare for the future of your dreams. It is fine to dream of the future, for it will change the way you act you right now. And change, dear ones, is good.

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