Transformation can be an onerous process. It drains us mentally, emotionally, and physically. It forces us to continually look at ourselves to uncover false perceptions and buried experiences, or let some aspect of ourselves go in order to be born into another. With every new insight, it creates a shift in body, mind, and spirit.
Sounds awful, doesn’t it? Many of us don’t like the unknown and make a conscious effort to avoid it. The choice is ours and it’s an intimidating one. I like the way a friend of mine expressed it, “I don’t know if I want to go down that rabbit hole.”
But the result of transformation is awakening to a more grounded, clear, and wise you – a you that can live life more peacefully. Face it, we either grow from the inside or let the outside be in control.
QUESTION: Carrots anyone?