top of page

Monday, July 25th, 2016.

Energy Musings.  Here.  Now.

This Week.

Its time for a transformation.  Of thought.  Of Being.  To take an old habit, well worn concept or previously held belief and push it through the process of transmutation.  In this process, where there was constriction and tight holding you will reveal Space. In that space, is the opportunity to change, shift or clear your perspective.  It may be a big shift, it may be infinitely subtle.

A shift in ones belief is tough.  We can convince our mind that we have accomplished this through careful consideration. But actually, that AHA ! moment must be present for something to have really gotten “in”.  A moment where, in a breath, you realize you may have been misguided, mis led or just plain wrong about something. What is there for you in that moment of realization?  Fear?  Sadness?  Guilt?  Worry?  With a deep breath, and deep understanding, let it go.

Is there anything harder that admitting to the realization that a long held belief is actually not true? Or at least no longer true?  If we all can take a look at this particular concept this week and begin our individual journeys towards admitting past mistakes with grace, ease, compassion and self forgiveness, then we collectively help to open the doorway for new ideas to finally… finally… take root and grow.

This week, consider your personal reconciliations.

Word  of the Day:  Transformation

Song of the Day:  The Trees by Rush

3 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

The week in review

Energy Musings. Here. Now The real state of this union Waking up to each new dawn, there is a feeling “what will this day bring?” And although this is truth each and every day regardless, right now, t

Thursday, Jan 31, 2019

Energy Musings. Here.  Now.  Today! Boundaries. a line in the sand. the word “no”. a fence. a wall. What do boundaries serve? WHO do boundaries serve? This, as in most things, all depends. Depends on

Tuesday Jan 8, 2019

Energy Musings. Here. Now. Today! Its a new year, and the beginning of a new cycle.  Mindful of course, that we are continuously cycling so to consider starting and ending points is somewhat arbitrary


bottom of page