Lately I have been feeling so much love.
Part of it has been the lovely calm that happens after you move and things are settling in once again - like a gorgeous hot tub soak after the initial hot water sting of "Egads!" turns into "Ahhhh"...But mostly it is because I have, for the last six months or more, been consistently applying myself to Law of Attraction tools and finding thoughts that feel better and just going with the flow.
Change Happens Over Time
I see it with my clients, too.
Change happens when you consistently apply yourself to it. Even just 15 minutes a day. Just a bit of time each day to reconnect, re-prioritize, identify and/or remove a limiting belief...
...something. Just something you do with conscious intent to be/do/have the life you desire. To relax. To flow. To love.
I have one client who recently told me:
"I am changing despite myself".
She has been applying herself every day in an area of her life that has been troubling her. And even though she has still struggled and had emotionally challenging days she looks in the mirror and it seeing her face as she hasn't seen it in a long, long time.
Sometimes in our desperation or our frustration we want to throw it all away and start over. We want to take a magic pill or buy the program that will change our lives forever.
But it usually something much smaller than that which changes us: just 15 minutes of time a day to work with intent on what we want and on what is blocking us from allowing it.
I am so grateful to be where I am right now. I am in "a sweet spot" as I call it. Every area of my life feels fantastic or like it is just blooming into fantastic.
And perhaps the most fantastic thing of all is that I can see: I did this. I took the time and the effort to apply myself just a wee bit every day (or most days) and here I am.
Which means if I keep going with it there I will be.
Take heart. If your life feels challenging you may not need to slay a whole dragon to set it right. It is the small things you do now that add up to the life you want. The 15 minutes you take today that, months from now, you will be very grateful for.