Happy New Year!
I hope your year is filled with insightful learning. The passing of the old year and the arrival of the new brings opportunity to put to bed previously held beliefs and to be open to something new, especially spiritual facts about who and what we really are.
What will the change be? Perhaps a medical condition that we need to address. Perhaps new ways of seeing familiar relationships. Financial concerns may be an issue. A new job may be in our future. Maybe new technology that we need to learn. Whatever the change is, there is an easier way to see change when you have the Three Principles as a foundation of understanding.
All of these changes used to be stressful for me. I dreaded change. Now, I look forward to change; I embrace it, knowing that new learning adds vitality to one’s life, if you are open to it. If you see that we actually create reality, using the Three Principles of Mind, Consciousness and Thought, you will be able to flow through the mechanism of change with grace and ease. Being closed to change, whatever that may look like, is what makes it difficult.
I know challenges arise in one’s life and it may not be easy to adapt. But if we see that life is not static and change is always occurring, it helps a great deal. If you can connect the flow of change to the flow of spiritual energy which is never still but always in motion, it helps ease the path. We may not understand why a certain situation is happening, but if we take a step back, our innate wisdom has a chance to emerge, once again shining the light of understanding on the “why’s” and “why not’s” of life.
I’ve not always been a patient person; I like to get things done. . . and move forward. Sometimes that impatience has gotten in my way, where I’ve expected more from others and judged when things haven’t gone according to plan. I don’t like the feeling of judgment.
I have found that as I’ve uncovered more of my true nature, the highest part of me, I’ve also uncovered more patience; more patience to let life show me what my best learning is. Is change always what I hope for or expect? Not at all; but I always learn from change now that I’ve let patience and understanding guide me.
This is what I wish for the world—more patience and understanding with each other; more love to grow in harmony, working together hand in hand for the betterment of society. We hold the reins in our hands, the means to pass on a better world for future generations. Let’s join together to help this happen.