New Opportunities for Growth

A hackneyed term, Dear Ones; however, true.

Our dearest has been pondering the current conditions within her life; indeed she has. The changes have come swiftly of late, bringing with them the need to re-evaluate many things. With change comes, for most, a sense of powerlessness. This powerlessness is not true, Dear Ones; indeed not. True powerlessness is a descending internship into the abyss; the abyss of unending spiralling decline.

We paint a picture of utter decline and deterioration so as the truth of powerlessness can be seen in its true state. And this, Dear Ones, our dearest has never known nor ever will.

However, as we have spoken, change can, at times, be a daunting pursuit; one that needs your concentration and effort. Indeed, new opportunities arise when ‘change’ is on the horizon.

Are we going to accept change; or are we not?

For those who agree to accept change, we say:

Fear not the many changes that come your way. They bring opportunities to reach. And to what do they reach?

They bring opportunities for advancement, Dear One; advancement to a greater you.

Many Blessings to All

© 2020 Carolyn Page & The Collective Consciousness
ABC of Spirit Talk

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    1. You’re telling me, Dorothy. It seems to be an almost automatic knee jerk reaction that change brings with it. I know, as you say, it’s not even rational. And yet, that little moment (or lengthy moments) creep in when change is underfoot.
      Silly of us, and yet it happens.
      Deep breath… Go through the rationalisations… Breathe again… And…
      Better now! Hahah

  1. An excellent post, Carolyn! Especially given our current global uncertainty. Life is a constant change but when change comes from all directions, we must as you wrote in the comment above, “Deep breath….Go through the rationalizations…Breathe again…! As Alan Watts once said, “The only way to make sense out of change is to plunge into it, move with it, and join the dance.” And you, my dear friend, dance exceedingly well! Hugs!

    1. That is a wonderful quote, dear Rebecca; one I can only agree upon.
      I love the part – move with it!
      Indeed, if we don’t, we get stuck. And ‘stuck’ is a terrible place to be!
      So here I am doing as you suggest – I’m definitely ‘joining the dance’.
      A wonderful metaphor for life.

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