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"I think that any time of great pain is a time for transformation, a fertile time to plant new seeds " -Debbie Ford
Transformation is often synonymous with change , transition, beginnings and endings. The average person may see these events as menacing at times and even may want to avoid. However we all know that life is full of constant change. From births, relationships evolving , deaths , career transitions, blended family dynamics ,illnesses and healing. We learn through some of hardest times and gain the lessons and traits we often ask for through prayer , manifestation, meditation and other practices.
“If you do not change direction, you may end up where you are heading.” – Lao Tzu
I would often asked for strength and wisdom, motivation and then it evolved to peace and happiness and then clarity and vision. From a hard ridged goal related to military and starting right into grad school, to swerving to focus on family and my new found role as a mom and wife, then embracing being single working mom and now breaking generational curses and descriptors. There has been many beginning's and endings since I find myself grateful for lessons I learned from my tears, late nights, hospitalization, hard decisions and miles of travel. I have a better understanding of who I am , what I want and need and understanding connection to past, present and desire for future. Without changing my direction and path at times I would not have gotten to a place where I can see where I was and know I needed it to get to where I am heading.
“Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.”
Last few months have been a period of constant change and at times overwhelm. Wheather its changes within family dynamics, transitioning into a new business , balancing daily tasks and responsibilities. Through this period of confusion and uncertainty has come the gift of clarity, growth and passion. We must find the lessons in our pain and continue to plant seeds of faith, opportunity and development by taking small steps continuously toward our goals and you might just end up in the best unimagined place you could be.