The Brand New You, Embracing Transition!
Updated: Aug 17, 2021
Have you ever felt like you were on the cusp of something new? Like something was breaking in your life only to piece back together to create something magical? Like where you are no longer fits the vision?
Have you ever felt like you were on the cusp of something new? Like something was breaking in your life only to piece back together to create something magical? Like where you are no longer fits the vision? You never really feel that you’re changing until one day you realize your mind has moved on and your heart has to catch up. We grow through life experiencing and evolving. In fact life is one constant transition. Think back to the earliest memory you have; who were you back then? Who are you today?
When you think about the future think about the person you want to become and then start using everyday to work towards those ambitions. Life is simple! It’s a compilation of all things rooted with who you are. If you want positivity and love surrounding you, you first have to put positivity and love into this world. If you want people to forgive you first have to forgive others. It is literally that fucking simple.
Our mind is a beautiful being. It is a storage full of experience that shapes us into who are both short term and long term. Our mind is our guide to eventually leading us into purpose…
That’s if, of course, you’re one of the woke ones in this generation.
What is woke?
For me, woke is knowing who you are, and why you are YOU!
A lot of times we are so distracted that we neglect to hear our voice. I remember the first time it occurred to me to listen to my first thought without question. That not just everything but every thought happens for a reason. For me, it was the day before my grandmother passed away. I was rushing to get to class because I had one of those professors who were critical about attendance. I get to the door and class is cancelled, it was pouring outside. Rather than walking back into the rain my mind told to pick up the phone and call my grandmother. We talked for over an hour about her plans for the future, and how she wanted to open her own nursery. I thank God for how that day happened because I know if anything happened out of place I probably would have never gotten to say “I love you” one last time . If it wasn’t pouring that day, if my class wasn’t cancelled, if I didn’t stop to call her. IF
At some point in your life you will experience how it feels to let go of your norm and walk into something that makes you uncomfortable. We all have the potential to be as big as our heart dreams. But the thing that sets us apart from those who accomplish goals and those who stay stuck is the willingness to change no matter how unfamiliar your next step might feel. Never take experience for granted it will be the catalyst to transition in your life.