How to Evolve Your Story (After A Big Shift)

What if the bad things that happen to you – and everyone – were opportunities to unhinge from the illusions you've bought into? What if the story of who you are is richer and grander than you might have imagined? What if you used life's challenges to evolve instead of dissolve?

I've had my share of big shifts – life challenges that call you into the greater being residing within. I wish I could say that I haven't struggled with them, that I float through the flotsam and jetsam of loss with ease and grace every time. The truth is that sometimes the blows are really, really difficult to navigate. What I DO have is a certainty that all is well, no matter how things appear.

More than ever I am nourished by the Source of Life. Amid the challenges, I am succored and sustained. Sometimes these challenges require a pulling in and away from the world. It's not because you can't be in the world and partake of it's everyday glory. It's more that there is a massive restructuring occurring. This re-orchestration requires space, often time to be alone and apart. It's like the seedling buried deeply in the earth, drawing sustenance from the rich soil and moisture to grow into its pure perfection.

  • What if you allowed yourself to be moved by Life?
  • What if Life in its infinite knowing can map this out better than even you (oh wise one)?
  • What if these life experiences were the way life polished you into your pure perfection?

It's essential that you allow the time and space to be with the realignment of your being. It has its own timing and a certain bandwidth is required.

Consider that Life may be moving you in the perfect direction this very moment. And … it all works out.

In my next post, Discover Your Disempowering Stories, I'll share how you can hone in on the playground that's at hand.

 

 

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Adela Rubio

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Adela Rubio

Adela Rubio writes and speaks on awakening your creative essence with the power of collaboration and community. She's hosted 20+ Women's Writing Circles, 30-Day Adventures, and Telesummits.

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