Transformation Defined

Transformation can mean different things to different people.  In my body of work, I define transformation as the physical, emotional or spiritual evolution of ourselves. This rebirth then beautifully influences other areas of our lives such as:

  • business/career/service
  • health
  • wealth
  • relationships

The desire to transform does not mean that something is wrong or that you are not grateful for who you are and what you have. Transformation is about ascending to our next level of being.  It’s saying yes to that something more that is clamoring to reveal itself.

Transformation certainly requires work but not this daunting hard-core effort that you might be thinking. Through my own evolution, I’ve come to understand that stepping into transformation is a three-step process. It starts by deciding to awaken the new desire.  The next layer of transformation is about being in alignment with your new desire. Alignment creates flow in the form of actions that support the desire in taking their physical form. The third layer in the process of transformation is allowing the new desire to be.  This typically means experiencing the desire.

When I struggled with anxiety disorder, the one thing that I wanted more than anything else was to feel calm, at peace and in a relaxed state of mind. (awareness of the desire).  As simple as that may sound, my anxiety disorder was so out of control that I was frazzled and in a state of panic for just about all twenty-four hours of the day. The breakthrough, occurred when I decided to be in the emotional space of relaxation for 15 minutes a day.  So everyday for that short period of time, I enjoyed a nice cup of tea, worked on breathing exercises, practiced aroma therapy and visualized myself being in a peaceful beach setting.  I gradually expanded to being in the space of peace and calm for longer periods of time. I also added meditation and physical exercise. (aligned with the desire).  Within 6 months of starting my 15 minute a day relaxation ritual, I had healed myself from the wrath of debilitating anxiety that for almost three years, had taken over my life.  I was able to enjoy to fully experience my life once again! (allowing).

The transformation happens in the doing and being different, one tiny step at a time.  It does not happen by being in the space of what you no longer want to express.  And this is where most people get stuck (it happened to me as well).  We know that we want something new and different and yet we continue to project physically and emotionally that which we no longer desire.

So what is next for you?  What is that one thing within yourself that is ready to bloom?  Put my three-step transformation process into play and let me know how it goes!

Love & Light,

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