As we move thru this year, the weight of our do’s and don’ts seem to get heavier, denser and more solid than anytime in the past. They gather around and cement themselves at our feet, creating an immovable sinking feeling. Our intentions chomp at the bit, our soul gives us the green light, but our human little self-stands tall and still. We sink deeper and deeper into despair and dis-repair, as we beat ourselves with the proverbial wet noodle.
We spend vast amounts of energy disagreeing with ourselves. trying to tame what seems to be the wild beast of indecision, the monster that holds us back, always blocking our way into happiness, into love, and into abundance. With the amount of energy that we spend on arguing with ourselves, we could build malls, erect towers, sculpt obelisks, and maybe even a great pyramid or two.
We stand still, as we sink deeper in the quicksand, into the quagmire of non-action. We continually sabotage our dreams our desires, our future, in an effort to save the rainforests of the old self. We hold tight to that which once served us. Numbing our ability to move into the new, the shinier, and the bright future of our dreams. Why are we afraid to move forward? Why are we afraid to take action, to act on?
Everyone on earth is feeling the transformation. We all know that there is no staying in the comfort zone, the null and void zone. We know it is time to get up off the benches of the old self of the past and move into the playing field of the new, the now. Yet when it comes our turn to bat, we freeze. Frozen still in all of the possibilities, the new doorways the wonders of our future. Embracing our ‘Popsicle consciousness’. Like Frosty the snowman, waiting fearfully for spring, knowing the change is inevitable. Frosty could move into a pattern that assisted this change, but chooses not to.
Humanity is destined and designed to change and for change. Like water, we each have the potential to experience many forms. We have our liquid days, our solid days, our vaporous days, and our evaporated days. We can be as an iceberg, a stream, a cloud, a raindrop, mist, or an ocean. We are 90% water. We ebb and flow with every new thought, every sunrise, and every storm, every eclipse. Yet year after year, we yearn to stay still, stay stuck, stay constant and in our comfort zone. The only true constant that we really have is the fact that we will always shift and change!
Understand that the restlessness and yearning within you are promptings from the Universe, Gentle reminders it is time to let go, Nothing can grow in your resistance. You are not moving into a future that is less than; change always walks hand and hand with the energy of ‘more.’ You can be nothing less, but you can always) be more