I'm Ready for A Change – Now What?
t=”" width=”300″ height=”225″ />Sometimes we say we want change and some times we mean it. Saying it means that we are getting to the point to which we mean it, but there is still something hooking us into the game or circumstance we’ve been involved in.
On the other hand, when we mean it, we want the change beyond a shadow of a doubt. At that point we may wonder how things are going to change or improve, especially when we feel stuck or as though our circumstances are impossible to change. And they may be impossible for us to change.
Change can occur in the blink of an eye, though we often assume it wont occur quickly to benefit us. It can: we’ve all experienced rapid changes in our favor. We tend to forget about these, especially when we focus upon all the things that aren’t changing for us. The trick isn’t in the type of change or our circumstances; it is something within us.
Choice. The difference between us when we say we want something and when we mean it is that we make different choices, namely a choice about who we are and what we are going to experience. The choice to have a change in our lives translates to an internal choice, sometimes subconscious, to be someone new.
Once we make a choice about who we are or what we wish to experience then we find that life follows our lead, quickly brining new people, experiences or opportunities forward. We often feel that this can’t happen fast enough: when that is the case, we can assist this process by re-affirming our choice. We can spend some time and focus on who we are becoming and the new choice we are making about ourselves and our lives.
Choice is a powerful tool that we often misuse. When we hold mixed feelings about things because we are still hooked or interested in something old then our power is diffused, as our choice is split.
Choose who you are and who you wish to be. Focus on this person so that you activate this energy and you will find that the changes and improvements you seek come quicker in life.
How To Parent: Choice
One of the greatest strengths that we, as parents, can give our children is their own awareness about the power of choice. When we encourage and nurture our child’s natural ability to know what they prefer and to take actions in their lives based on this, they then don’t lose connection to this authentic ability to experience the life they prefer.
On of the greatest things that most adults dream of is freedom, whether it is financial freedom, the freedom to experience what they prefer or to be able to express themselves well in life. We can help our children hold onto their natural sense of freedom by allowing them to choose who they are, to change this and to express it.
Always encourage your child’s unique opinion and identification. These are things that shift and change as we grow and evolve, so think of their choices as a phase towards the next best thing. Encourage and love them in this so that they have an inner sense of their own freedom to be who they are, to be empowered enough to know what choices they want to make so that they can then change their lives accordingly.
Kalyn B Raphael is the Co-Founder of the Golden Flow™ System, is a Coach of Coaches, a Channel, Author, and a Spiritual Life Coach specializing in spirituality and parenting. She dedicates herself to helping others live in the flow of well-being by living their authenticity. Learn about Kalyn’s coaching at http://coachmaven.com or subscribe to her women’s newsletter at http://golden-flow-system.com/joynews (http://golden-flow-system NULL.com/joynews)