Being so focused on what’s next, we often gloss over what was.
In so many phases of our lives, we find ourselves in transition. Whether graduating school, getting married, becoming a parent, losing a parent, divorce, or changing careers, things are changing. Change is the one constant. We tend to get excited about and focus on what’s next, rather than honoring the part of ourselves that is left behind with what was. Transition lends itself to confusion and feelings of being lost or isolated. This process is all about slowing things down, rather than rushing into the next thing.
By grieving what was (perhaps being single or an only child ) we make ourselves more open and ready to fully embark upon what’s next. I believe the universe has a way of taking care of us when we need it, but I also understand that slowing down during this time can be a daunting task. The benefit is to take the time to listen to your mind and body and rediscover your inner wisdom and truth. This is a great opportunity to practice meditation to let your truth emerge organically.
Using mindfulness techniques, I can support you in this transformative process, ultimately enabling you to receive what’s next in a healthy and loving way. I will also provide coping skills to manage any anxiety or fear you may be experiencing during your transition. Through this process, you may reconnect with inner strengths such as resilience and acceptance while also deciding what you would like to release that is no longer serving you well.