Transitioning from one state of being into a new phase requires some great willingness, fuelled with unwavering trust to allow things to unfold as they are meant to,
As unpredictable as life can be, we still go through the growth process of awareness, decision, action, outcomes and then transition, that grey area most of us are really uncomfortable with,.
Transitioning between achieving and starting something else is also an expression of the process. It is a place of pause, a place of recalibrating, resetting, time to integrate all that you have previously worked towards so your whole personal vibration can align with that latest outcome. You are allowing a new aspect of you to embody, changing personal dynamics.
It isn’t easy when all we have been conditioned with, is to set a goal, achieve, set another goal, achieve. We celebrate briefly, yet our minds are already setting, plotting and scheming the next project, goal, or outcome.
Transitions bring up loads of uncertainty about where we are going which can throw us off our purpose or pathway as we feel like we spiral into a void of nothingness, our motivation seems is lost, sense of value is questioned, and then the scratching around trying to find something to fill that weird void.
The ability to allow the ‘nothingness” is a great choice, it is the ‘afterglow” of achieving, the space between breaths, the opening to other possibilities from a new vibrational awareness in self, the resting in the discovery of a new aspect of self
Transitioning phase does come to an end, we can’t force it to be any faster, we need to surrender into the opportunity to renew our vision of self.
Each of us at some point in our lives is laid up with a virus. So what do we do?
We take rest, eat better, perhaps have juices, sleep, take baths, fresh air and sunshine, sometimes we cocoon ourselves, and take more vitamins. We actually become proactive, while the virus runs its course. We take care of ourselves, we engage in the ‘healing” process. We allow the virus its right of passage, and we know it is NOT really us, it is an invader, a gift of reconnecting back to how we treat ourselves.
We know that the virus has a short life span. They can knock us over, we can feel bloody awful, and we will call it…I have a virus, so am taking a few days off to deal with it.
When any of us suffer from NOT ENOUGH, whether, not good enough, not enough time, not knowing enough, not savvy enough, not fit enough, not thin enough, not enough money, not enough work, not enough options, blah blah blah, how about recognising those moments as a ‘virus”
We know the “not enough” which knocks our confidence around is not true, it is like a belief lying dormant, that arises, when we are disappointed, lethargic, comparing ourselves, feeling like we aren’t ‘doing anything, lost direction, purpose, can’t imagine any new goals, feeling stuck, or in the place of mundane.
The ‘not enough’ will rise like a virus to play out the story, giving you the opportunity to recognise that it is NOT who you are, it is only a belief or pattern that has been entrenched from earlier in life, or through the ancestry of your families.
Maybe treating your moments of not enough as you would a virus, become proactive, take care, remember who you are, find things to uplift.
Yes, we normally have to feel like crap with a virus, and same thing when Not Enough enters our awareness, but we can treat it lovingly, kindly, understanding it is showing us a deeper obstacle which is NOT really who we are, just an experience, or rites of passage to align with and become who we are.
As we work on our strengthening our immune system to deal with any virus, maybe we can find a way to work on our Not Enoughness
I am enough, always have been always will be… can be a great boost, like taking a dose of vitamin C.