Constant Change by Cheryl Marlene

Constant Change

The world is changing.

This is a true statement now and was a true statement 3000 years ago.

Change is constant.

Given the nature of energy, the world will always be changing.

Therefore, the questions before me:

How do I want to change?

What do I want to aim for?

I have ideas about change in aim for myself. I am considering options – many I didn’t have even have just four months ago. My life is changing at an incredible speed. The more I learn, the more baggage and blocks and BS I release. Every release creates room for more change. More change creates more release.

Within the change in release, my aim shifts. What I feel is possible today didn’t feel possible yesterday. This makes me anticipate with excitement what might be possible tomorrow that I’m not considering today. Aim may not be constant and maybe more about process forward then a particular destination to obtain.

As I look back over the last six months, it’s been my willingness to look fear in the face and say, “No!” Then turn to my expectations and say, “Goodbye!”

Without fear dominating and without expectations limiting my view, I can open my heart to the amazing possibilities available.

My truth is that I am not worthless.

My truth this is that I am worthy beyond my imagination, beyond the horizon of today’s vision.

In this place, freed from fear and expectation, I can meet my future head on and clearly ask:

How do I want to change?

What do I want to aim for?

I am a work in progress!

Definitely more to come. Stay tuned!

The wise person asks questions.

My father has said this to me since I was young child just learning to read.

When you ask a question, you are giving yourself the opportunity to learn.

Learning is life. Learn always. Open to learn.

How? Simple: ask questions!

Use the question to learn.

Ask. Tune in. Follow flow. Ponder and reflect.

The Weekly Question offers you a chance to step back and learn about yourself.  For example, you may use the question as part of a meditation practice or while taking a mindful walk.  Cheryl highly recommends reflection. Reflection is a method of focused thought and is a great way to work with any question.  Here’s an article describing the Three Steps of Reflection.