Updated: Mar 5
Start with small, subtle changes with this Word of the Week.
Word of the Week: Transform
Find a problem you need to solve. Watch in awe as your soul evolves.
What do you do when you know that something in your life needs to change? Do you take a wait-and-see approach or do you try to change it right away? Sometimes waiting is the best option. Other times you realize that no matter how long you wait, you’ll never truly be ready.
Once you identify what you want to transform in your life, the next step is to decide how you’ll do it.
You have the ability to transform whatever it is you want to do and the person you want to become in this life. You don’t have to keep doing what you’re doing because that’s what you’ve always done.
What would you love to change about your life? What about the world?
Keep checking in with yourself. What does your soul need to evolve? Make the necessary changes to make it happen. You don’t have to experience major transformation to make a significant shift.
I'm always looking for little ways to make things more efficient when it comes to living well. For me, transformation often starts with a thought, and then a meditation, journal entry and conversation with others.
Ayurveda, yoga asanas (poses), breath work, meditation and journaling have been the most transformational practices in my life. They’ve opened me up to new ideas and helped me transform areas of my life I didn’t even realize needed to change. It was through my yoga practice that I learned that the only constant in life is change.
Transformation is not a future state activity. It happens in the present moment, and it doesn't have to be major to be significant.
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