“The only way to make sense out of change is to plunge into it, move with it, and join the dance.”
– Alan Watts
I used to be afraid of change. I resisted it because I used to feel threatened by it.
Somehow, something changed.
Maybe I finally accepted change as being something inevitable.
Maybe I finally recognised that no matter what the change, I could adapt and always be ok.
Maybe I started believing that things are always working out for me and that this meant that change was sometimes necessary.
Maybe I realised that the change itself was something temporary and would become my new reality.
Maybe it was a combination of all of these things.
I learned to embrace change. I no longer fear it.
I began to initiate change. Again and again. The changes became bigger and more profound.
All of this came with ease – as if the time was right – and it all clicked together perfectly. There was no struggle – only a sense of listening to my heart’s desire and being true to myself. And things have been working out better than ever before.
I changed myself and my life to suit the person I felt I really was.
I feel more in control. I feel empowered.
The best thing about it all is that I am no longer someone who yearns with sadness and nostalgia for the ‘good old days’. This is because I now feel that my best days are yet to come.
Let the good times roll!