Lessons. Change. It happens all the time in our lives and reflection happens for us. As I sit to write this, it’s a late summer morning in New England. The air is cool but not yet crisp. The sun is rising later than usual. Even the animals do not stir as quickly. All signs that their is change in the air. It is a time of quiet reflection.
True reflection is good. It allows us to see what happened as a sacred observer. Reflection allows us to be objective of situations and times in our lives so that we may grow as individuals. With this reflection and growth comes the need to release what we once had and step forward to embrace the possibilities that change brings.
Changes come from shifts in life. Changes come in education from going from high school to college. Changes come from shifts in personal relationships from adding a significant other to departing from one; from births to deaths. Change comes from moving jobs, homes. Change comes from the shifting of the seasons and from shifting of the tides.
How we approach change very much shapes our attitudes and our beliefs. How we approach change affects what that change will bring us in the future. It’s natrual to be unsure when change is at our doorstep. It’s what we do with this uncertainty that matters most.4 Ways on How to use #Reflection to forge ahead with #courage Click To Tweet
Above All Else use Reflection to Create curiosity out of the change ahead. This allows us to set aside the uncertainty. It allows us to step away from the fears that arise and step into the possibilities that change brings. This curiosity brings with it a sense of adventure and courage that we all seek in life.
Change Happens. Reflection of that change allows for growth and the ability to move ahead with courage. Discovering what was good and bad. Becoming grateful for the lessons and the life that has brought you to this point and forging ahead with curiosity allows you to draw in all that you desire and have greater joy and love in your life at all times inspite of the uncertainty and fear that comes with that change.
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