This image from DailyOM really hit me to share what was happening as I was digging deep and exploring what‘s next?
Have you asked yourself what’s next lately?
How many transitions exist in a lifetime? Is there something else to explore?
Have you been wondering?
Is there a shift needed to feel like you are being you?
I am exploring all these questions recently and identifying a shift in my own awareness of who really am I and what's next. Am I really having another TRANSITION.........
Transition is change. They are life’s way of asking us to reexamine our present way of being and force us to develop and grow as individuals.
With every life transition, there can be a sense of grief at the loss you are experiencing.
I was feeling uncomfortable until I was able to devote time for self-reflection and explored my thoughts with people I trust. I found a space to say out loud what I was thinking, only then could I start to let go and see a way for what's next.
Transition is change. I have experienced so many and yet when they show up I am still slow to adjust. It takes me time to explore moving forward.
"Recognize that transitions hold a special place in your life memories.
Use a transition to reflect on where your life has been, and where it’s going.
Realize that change is inherent to life. Without change, our life courses would be very dull indeed. You may not be seeking change, but when it seeks you, take heart in the fact that no one’s life ever stands completely still. People enter your world and leave it, material possessions come and go, and careers invariably involve turning points. No one ever gets through life without undergoing some type of change, so when it happens, don’t fight it."
~Psychology Today. Susan Krauss Whitbourne Ph.D.
Is there something else to explore?
Exploring is my focus and if you want to join me in a conversation reach out