Are You Disturbed by Change?
I remember a manager I had when I was younger saying to a group of us that the one thing we can count on is change. So if change disturbs us we may be upset quite often.
Our growth depends on change and transformation. Sometimes change in a situation or leading up to it are a source of total bliss, but more often change leave us with feelings of fear and discomfort. Obviously there are certain situations that we are very excited to see change, these are not the ones that bring us fear although they can bring us amazing growth opportunities as well.
It is often our resistance to the world showing up the way the world shows up that brings discomfort. If we are looking at our day-to-day situations as an opportunity to grow no matter what the universe brings to us, this will be very helpful with our transformation. It is critical to always be in touch with how you feel during your day-to-day life. If anxiety comes up for any reason, including change, you can go deeper into what might be there for you to let go of.
I find that people that are resistant to change, often staying in situations that may not be healthy for them because of fear. Learning how to cope with our feelings around change instead of avoiding them will help us move deeper into our spiritual growth.
It’s important to recognize how we feel when things shift and how we handle the feeling and situation. I find slowing my mind down when I am confronted with situations that make me feel uncomfortable helps, so that I can see where this discomfort is coming from, and not become paralyzed. If I am on autopilot and not paying attention and get slammed by a big change I will react in ways that will not promote growth.
One of the best things in my mother daughter retreat is teaching both the mother-daughter how to handle the discomfort of their triggers so that they don’t project onto each other. With my adult mother-daughter retreats the mother is usually adjusting to letting her daughter live her own life and I believe the changes going on meeting make the mother uncomfortable.
If you would like to handle change in a more productive way, check out my retreats. The individual intensive, the couples retreat, or the mother-daughter retreat, you will learn about yourself and how to clean up your past so you can move through this life with love and passion.
If you are interested in my Individual Retreat or my Adult Mother Daughter Retreat or a Couples Retreat to look at the things that aren’t working in your life and shift them, Click HERE to schedule your free consult. Or call me at 928-300-0447.
Also check out what clients are saying about me in their Testimonials!
“As soon as we began I knew this was the direction I was wanting to go. I felt Debra was spot on with where the feelings are coming from and truly gifted me with the tools to care for those feelings. She did such a great job at turning an ugly/hurt filled situation into a meaningful, purposeful, beautiful experience. I love the way I see and feel about myself, my mom and our relationship… Not only with each other, but with every body else in life. I can’t thank you enough, Debra. You are such a gift! I feel blessed to share in this experience.
-With love, Jennifer (Daughter)
Debra, thank you so much for helping me to connect with my daughter and myself. I’m very glad that I chose you in this reconnecting process!”
-Sincerely, Julia (Mom)